WWII US Army Brigadier General Allen Frederick Kingman Medal and Uniform Grouping

WWII US Army Brigadier General Allen Frederick Kingman Medal and Uniform Grouping

Allen Frederick Kingman, an Army general officer who served in both world wars and was awarded military honors by half a dozen foreign countries. Kingman was commissioned as a second lieutenant of infantry and served on the Mexican border during the U.S. effort to capture Pancho Villa in 1916-1917. In World War I, he went to France with the 16th Infantry of the 1st Division, the first unit to land in France. In World War II, Kingman served with the 2nd Armored Division on General George S. Patton’s staff and briefly as the 2nd Armored Division Commander. He retired in 1953 as a Brigadier General.

During his 36 years in the Army, Kingman received the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, Commendation Medal and the Purple Heart. France honored him with the Croix De Guerre with Palm for bravery in combat, and he received the Brazilian War Medal as well as many other other foreign decorations.

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Allen Frederick Kingman, an Army general officer who served in both world wars and was awarded military honors by half a dozen foreign countries. Kingman was commissioned as a second lieutenant of infantry and served on the Mexican border during the U.S. effort to capture Pancho Villa in 1916-1917. In World War I, he went to France with the 16th Infantry of the 1st Division, the first unit to land in France. In World War II, Kingman served with the 2nd Armored Division on General George S. Patton’s staff and briefly as the 2nd Armored Division Commander. He retired in 1953 as a Brigadier General.

During his 36 years in the Army, Kingman received the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, Commendation Medal and the Purple Heart. France honored him with the Croix De Guerre with Palm for bravery in combat, and he received the Brazilian War Medal as well as many other other foreign decorations.

Trades considered…Let me know what you have…Fine Vintage Watches with interesting military provenance are especially of interest…I am currently seeking 1950s-1970s era Tudor & Rolex Submariner , GMT Master, Omega Speedmaster and related watches…Seeking and Always Buying and Trading for: Project Delta and Delta Force Col. Charlie Beckwith artifacts and 1st SFOD Delta related groups; Vietnam Son Tay Raid Groupings, Vietnam Special Forces Battle of Lang Vei artifacts and groups; WWII 506th PIR 101st Airborne Silver Chalice Cups (Engraved to 506th Officers);Operation Eagle Claw Desert One Iran Hostage Rescue Mission artifacts and groupings; Rolex, Tudor, Omega and other quality watches, especially Vietnam era watches with military connections.