George Levi McCormac biography sheet/
(a)George Levi McCormac, Corporal, Air Service.
(b)658th Aero Squadron, Spare Parts Sub-Division, APO #702, A.E.F.
(d)April 27th, 1892
(e)Huntsville, Randolph County, Missouri
(f)Citizen of US
(h)Enlisted in Aviation Section, Signal Corps, November 26, 1917, arrived in France February 25th, 1918; promoted to Private 1/cl. August 1st. 1918; promoted to Corporal September 16th, 1918.
(i)Graduate, with second honors, of Huntsville High School, Hunstville, Missouri, May 12, 1910; correspondence course in Book-keeping; and have read law at nights.
(j)May 1910 to September 1911, stock clerk, for Edwards & Phipps Lumber Co., Huntsville, Missouri: September 1911 to February 1913, Car and Way Bill clerk for Santa Fee Rail Road, Gallup, New Mexico: February 1915, to December 1915, wrote Fire, Life and Accident Insurance, Hunstville, Missouri: December 1915, to November 1917, Manager, Hamilton Abstract & Title Co., Hunstville, Missouri.
(l)Yes, May 5th. 1917, at Kemper Military Academy, Boonville, Missouri.
(m)Yes, May 5th 1917, at Kemper Military Academy, Boonville, Missouri; made application to attend 1st - Officer's Reserve Corps Training School, opened at Ft. Riley, Kansas, May 14, 1917- was examined by Examining Board, passed and graded "B".
(n)Am familiar with all phases of Army paper work, especially that of the handling of airplanes and spare parts; having had four months training in England, in Supply Depots, and four months training in France; also for past five years have been accustomed to laying out work for others to do.
World War I