Appendix B. Names and positions of principal Army and Navy  
  officials in  Washington and at Hawaii at the time of the attack  
  along with the leading witnesses in the various proceedings ..... 275 
    Organization and personnel of War Department .................. 275 
      Army Air Forces ............................................. 275 
    Organization and personnel of Navy Department ................. 276 
    Organization and personnel of Hawaiian Department ............. 276 
      Hawaiian Air Force .......................................... 277 
    Staff of Commander-in-Chief, United States Fleet and United  
      States Pacific Fleet ........................................ 277 
       Organization and personnel of Fourteenth Naval District .... 278 
    List of witnesses appearing before the Joint Committee and  
      their assignments as of December 7, 1941 .................... 278 
    List of leading witnesses in prior proceedings who did not  
      testify before the Joint Committee and their assignments as  
      of December 7, 1941 ......................................... 279 

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APPENDIX B
NAMES AND POSITIONS OF PRINCIPAL ARMY AND NAVY OFFICIALS IN WASHINGTON AND AT HAWAII AT THE TIME OF THE ATTACK ALONG WITH THE LEADING WITNESSES IN THE VARIOUS PROCEEDINGS
PEARL HARBOR ATTACK 274 [Blank] PEARL HARBOR ATTACK 275 APPENDIX B NAMES AND POSITIONS OF PRINCIPAL ARMY AND NAVY OFFICIALS IN WASHINGTON AND AT HAWAII AT THE TIME OF THE ATTACK ALONG WITH THE LEADING WITNESSES IN THE VARIOUS PROCEEDINGS ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL WAR DEPARTMENT DEC. 7, 1941 Secretary of War, Henry L. Stimson. Chief of Staff, Gen. George C. Marshall. Deputy Chiefs of Staff: General Administration and Ground Forces, Maj. Gen. William Bryden. Armed Forces and Supply, Maj. Gen. Richard C. Moore. Air, Maj. Gen. Henry H. Arnold. Secretary, General Staff, Col. Walter Bedell Smith. Assistant Secretary, General Staff, Col. John R. Deane. G-1 (Personnel Division). Brig. Gen. Wade H. Haislip. G-2 (Intelligence Division), Brig. Gen. Sherman Miles. Administrative Branch, Col. Ralph C. Smith. Counterintelligence Branch, Lt. Col. John T. Bissell. Intelligence Branch, Col. Hayes A. Kroner. Administrative Section, Lt. Col. Moses W. Pettigrew. Situation Section, Lt. Col. Thomas J. Betts. Far Eastern Section, Col. Rufus S. Bratton. Assistant, Col. Carlysle C. Dusenbury. G-3 (Operations and Training Division), Brig. Gen. Harry L. Twaddle. G-4 (Supply Division), Brig. Gen. Brehon B. Somervell. War Plans Division, Brig. Gen. Leonard T. Gerow. Executive officer, Maj. Charles K. Gailey, Jr. Plans Group, Col. Charles W. Bundy. Projects Group, Col. Robert W. Crawford. Chief Signal Officer, Maj. Gen. Dawson Olmstead. Operations Branch, Col. Otis E. Sadtler. Traffic Division and Signal Center, Col. Edward T. French. Signal Intelligence Service, Col. Rex W. Minckler. Principal Cryptanalyst, William F. Friedman. Communication Liaison Division, Lt. Col. W. T. Guest. ARMY AIR FORCES (Under over-all command of General Marshall) Commanding General, Maj. Gen. Henry H. Arnold. Chief of Air Staff, Brig. Gen. Martin F. Scanlon. Air Forces Combat Command, Lt. Gen. Delos C. Emmons. Air Corps, Maj. Gen. George Brett. 276 PEARL HARBOR ATTACK ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL, NAVY DEPARTMENT, DEC. 7, 1941 Secretary of the Navy, Frank Knox. Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral Harold R. Stark. Administrative aide and flag secretary, Capt. Charles Wellborn, Jr. Aide, Capt. John L. McCrea. Assistant Chief of Naval Operations, Rear Adm. Royal E. Ingersoll. War Plans Division, Rear Adm. Richmond E. Turner. Pacific Ocean and Asiatic Areas Section, Capt. Robert 0. Glover. Central Division (State Department liaison), Capt. R. E. Schuirmann. Ship Movements Division, Vice Adm. Roland M. Brainard. War Information Room, Rear Adm. F. T. Leighton. Intelligence Division, Rear Adm. Theodore S. Wilkinson. Domestic Branch and Assistant, Rear Adm. Howard F. Kingman. Foreign Branch, Capt. William A. Heard. Far Eastern Section, Capt. Arthur H. McCollum. Communications Division, Rear Adm. Leigh Noyes. Assistant, Capt. Joseph R. Redman. Security (Intelligence) Section, Capt. L. F. Safford. Translation Section, Lt. Comdr. A. D. Kramer (on loan from Far Eastern Section, Intelligence Division). Cryptographic Research: (Decrypting) Section: Senior watch officer, Lt. (jg) George W. Lynn. Watch officers, Lt. (jg) Alfred V. Pering, Lt. (jg) F. M. Brotherhood, Lt. (jg) Allan A. Murray. Correlating and Dissemination Section, Lt. Fredrick L. Freeman. ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL, HAWAIIAN DEPARTMENT, DEC. 7, 1941 Commanding General, Lt. Gen. Walter C. Short. Chief of Staff, Col. Walter C. Phillips. G-1 (Personnel), Lt. Col. Russell C. Throckmorton. G-2 (Intelligence), Lt. Col. Kendall J. Fielder. Assistant G-2, Lt. Col. George W. Bicknell. G-3 (Operations and Training), Lt. Col. William E. Donegan. G-4 (Supply), Col. Morrill W. Marston. Assistant G-4, Maj. Robert J. Fleming. Adjutant General, Col. Robert H. Dunlop. Chemical Warfare, Lt. Col. G. F. Unmacht. Ordnance, Col. W. A. Capron. Judge Advocate General, Col. T. H. Green. Provost Marshal, Lt. Col. Melvin L. Craig. Engineer, Col. A. K. B. Lyman. Quartermaster, Col. William R. White. Finance, Col. E. S. Ely. Signal Corps, Lt. Col. Carrol A. Powell. Inspector General, Col. Lathe B. Row. Surgeon General, Col. Edgar King. Twenty-fourth Infantry Division, Brig. Gen. Durward S. Wilson. Twenty-fifth Infantry Division, Maj. Gen. Maxwell Murray. Coast Artillery Command, Maj. Gen. Henry T. Burgin. PEARL HARBOR ATTACK 277 HAWAIIAN AIR FORCE (Under over-all command of General Short) Commanding General, Maj. Gen. Frederick L. Martin. Chief of Staff, Col. James A. Mollison. Intelligence, Col. Edward W. Raley. Signal Officer, Lt. Col. Clay I. Hoppough. Eighteenth Bombardment Wing, Brig. Gen. Jacob H. Rudolph. Fourteenth Pursuit Wing, Brig. Gen. Howard C. Davidson. Hickam Field, Col. W. E. Farthing. Wheeler Field, Col. William J. Flood. Bellows Field, Lt. Col. Leonard D. Weddington. STAFF OF COMMANDER IN CHIEF, U. S. FLEET AND U. S. PACIFIC FLEET, DEC. 7, 1941 Commander in chief, Admiral Husband E. Kimmel. Chief of Staff and personal aide, Capt. W. W. Smith. Flag Secretary and personal aide, Lt. Comdr. P. C. Cross-eye. Operations Officer and Assistant Chief of Staff, Capt. W. S. DeLany. First assistant operations officer, Commander R. F. Good. Second assistant operations officer, Lt. Comdr. H. L. Collins. War Plans Officer, Capt. Charles H. McMorris. Assistants, Commander V. R. Murphy, Commander L. D. McCormick, Lt. F. R. DuBorg. Assistant War Plans and Marine Officer, Col. O. T. Pheifer, United States Marine Corps. Communications officer, Commander M. E. Curts. Assistant, Lt. (jg) W. J. East, Jr. Security officer, Lt. Allan Reed. Radio officer, Lt. Comdr. D. C. Beard. Public Relations officer, Lt. Comdr. W. W. Drake. Assistant, Lt. (jg) J. E. Bassett. Maintenance officer, Commander H. D. Clark. Medical officer, Capt. E. A. M. Gendreau, United States Marine Corps. Gunnery officer, Commander W. A. Kitts III. Aviation officer, Commander Howard C. Davis. Aerologist and personnel officer, Lt. Comdr. R. B. Black. Commander, Navy Pacific Fleet Air Wing, Rear Adm. P. N. L. Bellinger. Also commander Hawaiian Based Patrol Wings 1 and 2; commander, Fleet Air Detachment, Ford Island, Pearl Harbor; commander, Naval Base Defense Air Force (under commandant, Fourteenth Naval District as naval base defense officer, Pacific Fleet.) Operations officer, Capt. Logan C. Ramsey. Commander Battle Force (Task Force 1), Vice Adm. W. S. Pye. Commander Aircraft, Battle Force (Task Force 2), Vice Adm. William F. Halsey. Commander Scouting Force (Task Force 3), Vice Adm. Wilson Brown. Commander Task Force 4, Rear Adm. Claude C. Bloch. 278 PEARL HARBOR ATTACK Commander Submarines Scouting Force (Task Force 7), Rear Adm. Thomas Withers. Commander Task Force 9, Rear Adm. P. N. L. Bellinger. Commander Base Force (Task Force 15), Rear Adm. W. L. Calhoun. ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL, FOURTEENTH NAVAL DISTRICT, DEC. 7, 1941 Commandant (also commander, Hawaiian Naval Coastal Sea Frontier; commandant, Pearl Harbor Navy Yard; commander of local defense forces, and, as an officer of Pacific Fleet, the naval base defense officer; commander Task Force 4, United States Pacific Fleet), Rear Admiral Claude C. Bloch. Chief of Staff, Capt. J. B. Earle. Intelligence officer, Capt. Irving H. Mayfield. Counterespionage Section, Lt. Willlam B. Stephensen. Communications Security (Intelligence) Unit, Commander Joseph J. Rochefort. Translator, Col. Alva B. Lasswell, United States Marine Corps. Cryptanalyst, Lt. (jg) F. C. Woodward, Commander Wesley A. Wright (on loan from staff of Admiral Kimmel, where he was assistant communications officer). LIST OF WITNESSES APPEARING BEFORE THE JOINT COMMITTEE AND THEIR ASSIGNMENTS AS OF DECEMBER 7, 1941 Beardall, John R., rear admiral; naval aide to President Roosevelt. Beatty, Frank E., rear admiral; aide to Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox. Bellinger, P. N. L., vice admiral, commander Hawaiian Naval Base Air Force (commander Patrol Wing 2). Bicknell, George W., colonel, assistant chief, Military Intelligence Service, Hawaiian Department. Bratton, Rufus S., colonel, chief, Far Eastern Section, Military Intelligence Service, War Department. Clausen, Henry C., lieutenant colonel, [1] Judge Advocate General's Office, assisting Army Pearl Harbor Board and conducting supplemental investigation for Secretary of War. Creighton, John M., captain, U. S. N., naval observer, Singapore. Dillon, John H., major, U. S. M. C., aide to Secretary Knox. Elliott, George E., sergeant, A. U. S., operator at Opana radar detector station, Oahu, T. H. Gerow, Leonard T., major general, Chief, War Plans Division, Army General Staff, War Department. Grew, Joseph C., United States Ambassador to Japan. Hart, Thomas C., admiral, commander in chief, Asiatic Fleet. Hull, Cordell, Secretary of State. Ingersoll, Royal E., admiral, Assistant Chief of Naval Operations, Navy Department. Inglis, R. B., rear admiral, [1] presented to committee Navy summary of Pearl Harbor attack. PEARL HARBOR ATTACK 279 Kimmel, Husband E., rear admiral, commander in chief, United States Fleet; commander in chief, Pacific Fleet. Kramer, A. D., commander, Section Chief, Division of Naval Communications, handling translations and recovery of intercepted Japanese codes Krick, Harold D., captain, U. S. N., former flag secretary to Admiral Stark. Leahy, William D., admiral, Chief of Staff to the President. Layton, Edwin T., captain, U. S. N., fleet intelligence officer, Pacific Fleet. Marshall, George C., general, Chief of Staff, United States Army, War Department. McCollum, Arthur N., captain, U. S. N., Chief, Far Eastern Section, Office of Naval Intelligence, Navy Department. Miles, Sherman, major general, Chief, Military Intelligence Service, Army General Staff, War Department. Noyes, Leigh, rear admiral, Chief, Office of Naval Communications, Navy Department. Phillips, Walter C., colonel, Chief of Staff to General Short. Richardson, J. O., admiral, former commander in chief, United States Fleet and Pacific Fleet. Roberts, Owen J., Mr. Justice, [1] Chairman, Roberts Commission. Rochefort, Joseph John, captain, U. S. N., communications intelligence officer, Pacific Fleet. Sadtler, Otis K., colonel, Chief, Military Branch, Army Signal Corps, War Department. Safford, L. F., captain, U. S. N., Chief, Radio Intelligence Unit, Office of Naval Communications, Navy Department. Schukraft, Robert E., colonel, Chief, Radio Intercept Unit, Army Signal Corps, War Department. Schulz, Lester Robert, commander, assistant to Admiral Beardall. Short, Walter C., major general, commanding general, Hawaiian Department. Smith, William W., rear admiral, Chief of Staff to Admiral Kimmel. Sonnett, John F., lieutenant commander, [1] Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Navy, and assistant to Admiral H. K. Hewitt in his inquiry. Stark, Harold R., admiral, Chief of Naval Operations, Navy Department. Stimson, Henry L., Secretary of War (sworn statement and sworn replies to interrogatories only). Thielen, Bernard, colonel, [1] presented to committee Army summary of Pearl Harbor attack. Turner, Richmond K., rear admiral, Chief, War Plans Division, Navy, Department. Welles, Sumner, Under Secretary of State. Wilkinson, T. S., rear admiral, Chief, Office of Naval Intelligence, Navy Department. Zacharias, Ellis M., Captain, United States Navy, commanding officer, U. S. S. Salt Lake City, Pacific Fleet. [1] Denotes witness whose connection with this investigation relates to his assignment after December 7, 1941. 280 PEARL HARBOR ATTACK LIST OF LEADING WITNESSES IN PRIOR PROCEEDINGS WHO DID NOT TESTIFY BEFORE THE JOINT COMMITTEE, AND THEIR ASSIGNMENTS AS OF DECEMBER 7, 1941 Arnold, H. H., general, commanding general, Army Air Forces, War, Department. Bissell, John T., colonel, executive officer, Counter Intelligence Group, Military Intelligence Division, War Department. Bloch, Claude C., admiral, commandant, Fourteenth Naval District; commander, Hawaiian Sea Frontier; Pearl Harbor Naval Base defense officer. Brotherhood, Francis M., lieutenant (junior grade), watch officer, Security Section, Office of Naval Communications, Navy Department. Brown, Wilson, rear admiral, commander, Scouting Force (Task Force 3) Pacific Fleet. Calhoun, W. L., vice admiral, commander Base Force, Pacific Fleet. Crosley, Paul C., commander; flag secretary to Admiral Kimmel. Curts, M. E., captain, U. S. N., communication officer, Pacific Fleet, and liaison officer, Radio and Sound Division. Davidson, Howard C., major general, commanding general, Fourteenth Pursuit Wing, Hawaiian Air Force. Davis, Howard C., rear admiral, fleet aviation officer, Pacific Fleet. DeLany, Walter S., rear admiral, Chief of Staff for Operations, staff of commander in chief, Pacific Fleet. Dusenbury, Carlisle Clyde, colonel, assistant to Col. R. S. Bratton, Far Eastern Section, Military Intelligence Division, War Department. Fielder, Kendall J., colonel, Chief, Military Intelligence Division, Hawaiian Department. French, Edward F., colonel, officer in charge, Traffic Division and Signal Center, Signal Corps, War Department. Friedman, William F., principal cryptanalyst, Signal Intelligence Service, Signal Corps, War Department. Halsey, William F., admiral, commander Aircraft Battle Force (Task Force 2), Pacific Fleet. Hamilton, Maxwell M., Chief, Division of Far Eastern Affairs, State Department. Heard, William A., captain U. S. N., Chief, Foreign Branch, Office of Naval Intelligence, Navy Department. Herron, Charles D., major general, former commanding general, Hawaiian Department. Hornbeck, Stanley K., adviser on foreign relations, State Department. Kitts, Willard A., III, rear admiral, fleet gunnery officer, staff of commander in chief, Pacific Fleet. Kroner, Hayes A., brigadier general, Chief, Intelligence Branch, Military Intelligence Division, War Department. Lockard, Joseph L., lieutenant A. U. S., operator OPAN radar detector station, Oahu, T. H. Lynn; George W., lieutenant commander, senior watch officer, Security Section, Office of Naval Communications, Navy Department. MacArthur, Douglas, general, commanding general, United States Army Forces in the Far East. PEARL HARBOR ATTACK 281 Martin, F. L., major general, commanding general, Hawaiian Air Force. Mayfield, Irving H., captain U. S N., Chief, Office of Naval Intelligence, Fourteenth Naval District. McDonald, Joseph P., sergeant, Five Hundred and Eightieth Aircraft Warning Company, assigned as telephone switchboard operator, operations center, Aircraft Warning Service, Hawaiian Department. McMorris, C. H., rear admiral, war plans officer, staff of commander in chief, Pacific Fleet. Murray, Allan A., lieutenant commander, watch officer, Cryptographic (Decrypting) Unit, Security Section, Office of Naval Communications, Navy Department. Newton, J. H., vice admiral, commander, Cruisers Scouting Force, Pacific Fleet. Nimitz, C. W., admiral, Chief, Bureau of Navigation (now Personnel), Navy Department. O'Dell, Robert H., lieutenant A. U. S., assistant military attache, American Legation, Melbourne, Australia, under Col. Van S. Merle-Smith, military attache. Pering, Alfred V., lieutenant commander, watch officer, Security Section, Office of Naval Communications, Navy Department. Pettigrew, Moses W., colonel, executive officer, Intelligence Group Military Intelligence Division, War Department. Poindexter, Joseph B., governor, Governor of the Territory of Hawaii. Powell, C. A., colonel, chief signal officer, Hawaiian Department. Pye, William S., vice admiral, commander Battle Force (Task Force 1), Pacific Fleet. Ramsey, Logan C., captain U. S. N., operations officer, Commander Patrol Wing 2 (Admiral Bellinger), Pacific Fleet, and Commander Patrol Wings, Hawaiian Area. Redman, Joseph R., rear admiral, Assistant Director, Office of Naval Communications, Navy Department. Schuirmann R. E., rear admiral, Director, Central Division, Office of Chief of Naval Operations, Navy Department. Shivers, Robert L., special agent in charge, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Department of Justice, Honolulu, T. H. Smith-Hutton, H. H., captain U. S. N., naval attache, United States Embassy, Tokyo, Japan. Stimson, Henry L., Secretary of War. Sutherland, Richard K., lieutenant general, Chief of Staff to General MacArthur. Taylor, William E. G., commander, temporary duty with Army Interceptor Command, Hawaiian Air Force, as adviser for establishment of aircraft warning service. Tyler, Kermit A., lieutenant colonel, executive officer, Eighth Pursuit Squadron, Hawaiian Air Force, on duty December 7, 1941 at information center, Aircraft Warning Service, Hawaiian Department. Willoughby, C. A., major general, Chief, Military Intelligence Division, staff of General MacArthur. Wilson, Durward S., major general, commanding general, Twenty-fourth Division, Hawaiian Department. Withers, Thomas, rear admiral, commander submarines, Pacific Fleet. PEARL HARBOR ATTACK 282 [Blank]

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