Malin Craig

Malin Craig

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Malin Craig (August 5, 1875–July 25, 1945) was a United States Army general.


Malin Craig was born in St. Joseph, Missouri, on August 5, 1875; Graduated from the United States Military Academy, 1898; was commissioned a second lieutenant and assigned to the 4th Infantry, April 1898;

Spanish American War

Served with the 6th Cavalry in the Santiago campaign in Cuba, 1898;

Garrison service

Was transferred to the 4th Cavalry and served in Wyoming and Oklahoma, 1898–1900;

Boxer Rebellion

Participated in the China Relief Expedition, 1900–1902; was promoted to first lieutenant and assigned to the 6th Cavalry, February 1901;

Garrison service

Married Genevieve Woodruff, April 1901; attended the Infantry and Cavalry School (1903–1904) and Staff College (1904–1905) at Fort Leavenworth; was promoted to captain and assigned to the 10th Cavalry, May 1904, and the 1st Cavalry, 1905; was regimental quartermaster at Fort Clark, 1906–1909,


adjutant in the Philippines, 1909;

Garrison service

Was at the Army War College as student, 1909–1910, and instructor, 1910–1911; was a member of the General Staff and chief of staff of the Maneuver Division, 1911; was assistant to the chief of staff of the Western Department, 1911–1912; served with the 1st Cavalry in the West, 1912–1916; was instructor at the Army Service Schools at Fort Leavenworth, 1916–1917; served in the Adjutant General’s Department and was...
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