U.S. general who became the initial pilot to serve in the U.S. Military and aided in the forming of the U.S. Surroundings Drive. His visionary educational thesis on the continuing future of air combat forecasted the necessity for surroundings reconnaissance. He offered as commander from the Indication Corps Dirigible No. 1 through the airship’s first field trial. He was created in Connecticut to a middle-class family members. He followed Orville Wright on Wright’s record-breaking air travel from Fort Myer to Alexandria, Virginia, and afterwards commissioned the Wright Model A as Indication Corps Aeroplane No. 1.