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In skipping three ranks and more than officers senior to him, the promotion gave rise to accusations that Pershing's appointment was the result of political connections and not military abilities. In June , Pershing was ordered to return to the United States. Although there had been talk of war on the border for years, no steps had been taken to provide for the handling of supplies for an expedition. The cavalry fired at the forces of Chief War Eagle, causing them to retreat. George Marshall served as one of Pershing's top assistants during and after the war. This expedition was ill-equipped and hampered by a lack of supplies due to the breakdown of the Quartermaster Corps. Pershing's promotion, while unusual, was not unprecedented, and had the support of many soldiers who admired his abilities. Pershing rejected British and French demands that American forces be integrated with their armies, and insisted that the AEF would operate as a single unit under his command, although some American divisions fought under British command, and he also allowed all-black units to be integrated with the French army. Pershing was of the opinion that the war should continue and that all of Germany should be occupied in an effort to permanently destroy German militarism. This would be the only occasion where Pershing would see action in the Ghost Dance campaign. After a year at Fort Bliss, Pershing decided to take his family there. McNair , George S. For the Meuse-Argonne Offensive , Pershing shifted roughly , American soldiers to the heavily defended forests of the Argonne, keeping his divisions engaged in hard fighting for 47 days, alongside the French. Pershing's sister Grace married Paddock in Between and , Pershing served with the 6th Cavalry at various postings in California , Arizona , and North Dakota. In September he was assigned as the Professor of Military Science and Tactics at the University of Nebraska—Lincoln , a position he held until While carrying out this assignment, Pershing attended the university's College of Law , [22] from which he received his LL. While earlier a champion of the African-American soldier, he did not advocate their full participation on the battlefield, understanding the general racial attitudes of white Americans. During this period Pershing's reputation for both stern discipline and effective leadership continued to grow, with one experienced old soldier under his command later saying Pershing was an " S. Russo-Japanese War Mexican Revolution. Bliss major , and Leonard Wood captain. The arrangements were almost complete, when on the morning of August 27, , he received a telegram informing him of a fire in the Presidio in San Francisco , where a lacquered floor caught fire and the flames rapidly spread, resulting in the smoke inhalation deaths of his wife, Helen Frances Warren, and three young daughters, Mary, age 3, Anne, age 7, and Helen, age 8. When the Philippine—American War began, Pershing reported to Manila on August 17, , was assigned to the Department of Mindanao and Jolo , and commanded efforts to suppress the Filipino Insurrection. In March , after suffering from malaria , Pershing was put in charge of the Office of Customs and Insular Affairs which oversaw occupation forces in territories gained in the Spanish—American War, including Cuba, Puerto Rico , the Philippines , and Guam. His reliance on costly frontal assaults , long after other Allied armies had abandoned such tactics, has been blamed for causing unnecessarily high American casualties. In , Pershing was appointed to the West Point tactical staff as an instructor, where he was assigned to Cadet Company A. From Fort Assinniboine in north central Montana , he commanded an expedition to the south and southwest that rounded up and deported a large number of Cree Indians to Canada. Julius A. They routed Villa's revolutionaries, but failed to capture him. They would not consider a promotion to lieutenant colonel or even major. When the Sioux began firing at the wagons, Pershing and his troops heard the shots, and rode more than six miles to the location of the attack. Some of his tactics have been criticized both by other commanders at the time and by modern historians. The Allied Hundred Days Offensive , which the Argonne fighting was part of, contributed to Germany calling for an armistice. He later was assigned to the 15th Cavalry Regiment , serving as an intelligence officer and participating in actions against the Moros. During the course of his tour at the Academy , this epithet softened to "Black Jack," although, according to Vandiver, "the intent remained hostile. With tensions running high on the border between the United States and Mexico, the brigade was deployed to Fort Bliss, Texas on April 24, , arriving there on the 27th. He also became an expert marksman and, in , was rated second in pistol and fifth in rifle out of all soldiers in the U. On October 20, , [27] Pershing was promoted to first lieutenant and in took command of a troop of the 10th Cavalry Regiment , one of the original Buffalo Soldier regiments composed of African-American soldiers under white officers. Roosevelt presenting it in a ceremony timed to coincide with Pershing's 80th birthday. He was cited for bravery at Lake Lanao. Philippine—American War. In turn, Pershing exercised his prerogative carefully, not engaging in politics or disputes over government policy that might distract him from his military mission. Pershing is the only American to be promoted in his own lifetime to General of the Armies rank, the highest possible rank in the United States Army. Pershing was sworn in as a West Point cadet in the fall of Grant as it passed West Point in August Pershing graduated in the summer of ranked 30th in his class of 77, and was commissioned a second lieutenant ; [15] he was commended by the West Point Superintendent, General Wesley Merritt , who said Pershing gave early promise of becoming an outstanding officer. Completing high school in , he became a teacher of local African American children. Because of his strictness and rigidity, Pershing was unpopular with the cadets, who took to calling him " Nigger Jack" because of his service with the 10th Cavalry. A commanding officer here commented on Pershing's calm demeanor under fire, saying he was "cool as a bowl of cracked ice. During his time at Fort Stanton , Pershing and close friends Lt. To speed up the arrival of American troops, they embarked for France leaving heavy equipment behind, and used British and French tanks, artillery, airplanes and other munitions. Frederick Funston , Pershing's superior in Mexico, was being considered for the top billet as the Commander of the American Expeditionary Force AEF when he died suddenly from a heart attack on February 19, Pershing was the most likely candidate other than Funston, and following America's entrance into the war in May, Wilson briefly interviewed Pershing, and then selected him for the command. The group renamed itself the Pershing Rifles in in honor of its mentor and patron. Pershing wrote in his autobiography that "The bodies [of some Moro outlaws] were publicly buried in the same grave with a dead pig. Richard B. This angered Roosevelt, but since the President could only name and promote army officers in the General ranks, his options for recognizing Pershing through promotion were limited. The Citizens of Omaha presented the company with a large silver cup, the "Omaha Cup. Baker, cognizant of the endless problems of domestic and allied political involvement in military decision making in wartime, gave Pershing unmatched authority to run his command as he saw fit. Warren , a Wyoming Republican who served at different times as chairman of the Military Affairs and Appropriations Committees. Pershing reported for active duty on September 30, , and was assigned to Troop L of the 6th U. He also had five siblings: brothers James F. Pershing's great-great-grandfather, Frederick Pershing, whose name originally was Pfersching, emigrated from Alsace , leaving Amsterdam on the ship Jacob , and arriving in Philadelphia on October 2, Pershing's mother was of English descent. On June 30, , Pershing was honorably discharged from the Volunteers and he reverted to the rank of captain in the Regular Army to which he had been promoted on February 2, He served with the 1st Cavalry Regiment in the Philippines. He was cited for bravery for actions on the Cagayan River while attempting to destroy a Philippine stronghold at Macajambo. Mihiel , the First Army was directly under Pershing's command; it overwhelmed the salient — the encroachment into Allied territory — that the German Army had held for three years. At the time, Army officer promotions were based primarily on seniority rather than merit, [32] and although there was widespread acknowledgment that Pershing should serve as a colonel, the Army General Staff declined to change their seniority-based promotion tradition just to accommodate Pershing. In September at St. While serving in the 6th Cavalry, Pershing participated in several Indian campaigns and was cited for bravery for actions against the Apache. Pershing's initial chief of staff was James Harbord , who later took a combat command but worked as Pershing's closest assistant for many years and remained extremely loyal to him.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} He was honorably discharged from the volunteers and reverted to his permanent rank of first lieutenant on May 12, He was again commissioned as a major of Volunteers on June 6, , this time as an assistant adjutant general. In , he was awarded the Silver Citation Star for these actions, and in the award was upgraded to the Silver Star decoration. Pershing was commissioned as a major of United States Volunteers on August 26, , and assigned as an ordnance officer. While pursuing his teaching career, Pershing also studied at the State Normal School now Truman State University in Kirksville, Missouri , from which he graduated in with a bachelor of science degree in scientific didactics. This union with the daughter of a powerful politician who had also received the Medal of Honor during the American Civil War continued to aid Pershing's career even after his wife died in President Roosevelt employed his presidential prerogative and nominated Pershing as a brigadier general , a move which Congress approved. Patton , and Douglas MacArthur. In , Pershing briefly served as a U. Pershing attended a school in Laclede that was reserved for precocious students who were also the children of prominent citizens. Penn and Lt. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Spanish—American War. Though he and his unit did not participate in the Wounded Knee Massacre , they did fight three days after it on January 1, when Sioux warriors attacked the 6th Cavalry's supply wagons. Pershing exercised significant control over his command, with a full delegation of authority from Wilson and Secretary of War Newton D. Upon returning to the United States at the end of , Pershing was assigned once again to the Philippines, an assignment in which he served until The last of Pershing's four children was born in the Philippines, and during this time he became an Episcopalian. Pershing later admitted that serving in the military was secondary to attending West Point, and he had applied because the education offered was much better than that obtainable in rural Missouri. Paddock were nicknamed "The Three Green P's," spending their leisure time hunting and attending Hispanic dances. In June , he served as Commander of Camp Vicars in Lanao, Philippines, after the previous camp commander had been promoted to brigadier general. Only his 6-year-old son, Francis Warren, survived. Letters and memoirs from soldiers describing events similar to this do not have credible evidence of Pershing having been personally involved. Senator Francis E. Mills captain , Tasker H. Eisenhower , Omar Bradley , Lesley J. He was officially installed in the position on May 10, , and held the post until He bypassed the three star rank of lieutenant general, and was the first full general since Philip Sheridan in As AEF commander, Pershing was responsible for the organization, training, and supply of a combined professional and draft Army and National Guard force that eventually grew from 27, inexperienced men to two Armies, with a third forming as the war ended, totaling over two million soldiers.