General Henry H. “Hap” Arnold, 32° Cassia Mt. Horeb Lodge No. 273, PA. Raised in Union Lodge No. 7, Junction City, Kansas, and received the higher degrees in the Army Scottish Rite bodies at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. He is also a Shriner.
General Omar N. Bradley, West Point Lodge No. 877, NY
Admiral Arleigh Burke 33°
Major General Claire Chennault 32° K.C.C.H. League City Lodge No. 1053, League City, Texas. He is also a Shriner.
General Mark W. Clark, Mystic Tie Lodge No. 398, Indianapolis, IN
Brigadier General James Doolittle, 32° Mason and Shriner.
Field Marshal Douglas Haig, 1st Earl Haig, Elgin Lodge No. 91, Leven, Scotland
Admiral John Jellicoe, Past Provincial Grand Master, United Grand Lodge of England
Fleet Admiral Ernest J. King, Made Master Mason in 1935, George C. Whiting Lodge, No. 22, D.C.
Lord Horatio Kitchener, Past District Grand Master of Egypt and Sudan; Past Grand Warden and District Grand Master, Punjab, India; founder of several Lodges
General Douglas MacArthur, 33° Manila Lodge No. 1, Philippines. Elected a Knight Commander of the Court of Honour in 1937, and is also a Shriner.
General George C. Marshall, Made a Mason in an Occasional Lodge with all three degrees being conferred upon him by the Grand Master of Masons in the District of Columbia, Ara L. Daniels.
Admiral Horatio Nelson, York Lodge No. 256.
General John J. Pershing, 33° Lincoln Lodge No. 19, Lincoln, NE. Fifty year Mason and a member of the Shrine.
Brigadier General Albert Pike, Western Star Lodge No. 2, Little Rock, Arkansas. Sovereign Grand Commander AASR, Southern Jurisdiction.
Captain Eddie Rickenbacker, Kilwinning Lodge No. 297, MI
Field Marshal Aleksandr Suvorov, Lodge Zu den Drei Kronen, Königsberg
Admiral Alfred von Tirpitz, Lodge Zur Aufrichtigen Herzen, Frankfurt
General Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington, Lodge at Trim No. 494, Meath, Ireland

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