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Date of Birth October 11, 1900
Date of Death December 01, 1976
Place of Birth Billings, Montana
Country Montana
Profession N/A
Horoscope Libra

Albert D. Cooley Biography

Albert D. Cooley is a famous , who was born on October 11, 1900 in Billings, Montana. According to Astrologers, Albert D. Cooley's zodiac sign is Libra.

Albert Dustin Cooley (October 11, 1900 – December 10, 1976) was a highly decorated Naval aviator of the United States Marine Corps, who reached the rank of lieutenant general. For his actions during the Battle of Guadalcanal, he received the Navy Cross, the United States military's second-highest decoration awarded for valor in combat. Cooley completed his 33-year Marine Corps career as commanding general of the 1st Marine Aircraft Wing.

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Albert D. Cooley was born on October 11, 1900, in Billings, Montana, and following high school graduation enlisted in the Marine Corps in April 1921. After three years of enlisted service, Cooley reached the NCO ranks and received a Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal for his Exemplary behavior and efficiency. He was commissioned a second lieutenant and attached to the Basic School at Philadelphia Navy Yard for officers' training.

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Following graduation in July 1925, Cooley was ordered as an infantry officer to the Marine Corps Base San Diego, California, where he remained until April 1926. He was then attached to the Marine detachment aboard the battleship USS Mississippi and took part in patrol cruises along the West Coast. Cooley was promoted to the rank of first lieutenant and requested flight training in February 1928 for which he was ordered to Naval Air Station San Diego.

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He was designated a naval aviator in January 1929 and served during the next four years with Marine Squadron San Diego, as an instructor at Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida and as executive officer of Marine Squadron aboard the aircraft carrier USS Lexington.

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Cooley returned to San Diego in August 1933 and served again as a squadron commander and later as group operations officer. He reached the rank of captain and was attached to the Junior Course, Amphibious Warfare School within Marine Corps Schools, Quantico in June 1936. Upon the graduation in June 1937, Cooley was attached to the Bureau of Aeronautics under Rear Admiral Arthur B. Cook and served in that capacity until June 1940. In July 1940, Cooley was attached to the Marine Aircraft Group 1 on Quantico and later commanded Marine Observation Squadron 1 during Caribbean Maneuvers.

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