Federal Aeronautique International (F. A. I.) Airplane Pilot Number. 166, September 25, 1912.
Aero Club of America Expert Aviator Certificate Number 9, September 25, 1912.
Military Aviator, November 8, 1912.
Military Aviator Certificate Number 6, dated November 20, 1912.
Certificate sent to General Clark, U. S. A. F. Academy by William D. Geiger, Jr.
Junior Military Aviator, Act of 18 July 1914.
Balloon Observer , July 24, 1917.
Junior Military Aeronaut
Brevet (France) Pilote de Dirigeable, 1919.
Second Lieutenant, Coast Artillery Corps, February 8, 1908 to November 8, 1908.
First Lieutenant, C. A. C., November 8, 1908, to July 23, 1914.
Captain, C. A. C., July 23, 1914, to June 22, 1917.
Major, J. M. A., June 22, 1917, to February 26, 1918.
Lieutenant-Colonel (temporary wartime commission), February 26, 1918 to July 1, 1920.
Major, Air Corps, July 1, 1920.
Lieutenant-Colonel (posthumously), May 17, 1927.
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