Daniel A. Frederick
Commander 22nd Infantry
March 5, 1912 - April 25, 1914
Daniel A. Frederick was born in
Georgia on June 10, 1855. He entered the US Military Academy
on July 1, 1873 and graduated on June 15, 1877, whereupon he was commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant
in the 10th Infantry. He was transferred to the 7th Infantry on August 9, 1877. On November 14, 1885
he was promoted to 1st Lieutenant and to Captain on January 28, 1897.
During the period 1899 to 1901
Frederick was appointed as an officer in the US 45th Volunteer
His appointment was dated August 17, 1899 and he accepted the appointment on August 21, 1899.
He was honorably discharged from the Volunteers on June 3, 1901.
On January 31, 1902 he was
promoted to Major of the 21st Infantry. He was detailed as
Assistant Adjutant General
on July 15, 1902 and held that position until becoming unassigned on October 31, 1905.
On January 25, 1906 he was assigned to the 22nd Infantry, where he served until October 28, 1908,
when he was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel of the 19th Infantry.
Frederick performed General
Staff duty from December 1, 1909 to approximately March 11, 1911,
became officially unassigned. On September 12, 1911 he was assigned to the 17th Infantry.
On September 27, 1911 he was promoted to Colonel of Infantry, and by the above graphic it can be seen
that he was apparently detailed to a number of duties, temporarily commanding the 22nd Infantry
on two separate occasions. On March 5, 1912 he was officially assigned to Command of the 22nd Infantry.
On April 25, 1914, Frederick left the 22nd Infantry and became an officer of infantry not assigned
to regiments. He retired on June 18, 1917.
The following graphic illustrates in detail Frederick's service from October 1908 to his retirement:
Home | Photos | Battles & History | Current |
Rosters & Reports | Medal of Honor | Killed in Action |
Personnel Locator | Commanders | Station List | Campaigns |
Honors | Insignia & Memorabilia | 4-42 Artillery | Taps |
What's New | Editorial | Links |