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Samuel Hof

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Samuel Hof (October 24, 1870 – March 10, 1937) was an officer in the United States Army during World War I. He was 13th Chief of Ordnance for the U.S. Army Ordnance Corps. Biography Samuel Hof was born on October 24, 1870, in Boscobel, Wisconsin, and graduated from West Point in 1894. Some of his classmates also became general officers, including Frank Parker, Hamilton S. Hawkins III, George H. Estes, John W. Joyes, Ora E. Hunt, Pegram Whitworth, Briant H. Wells, John F. Preston, Francis L. Parker, Paul B. Malone and George Vidmer. He was originally commissioned a second lieutenant of cavalry in 1894, but he was later transferred to the Ordnance Corps. For his service as a commanding officer of the Frankford Arsenal during World War I, he was later awarded with the Distinguished Service Medal. Hof graduated from the United States Army War College in 1921 and earned an MBA from the Harvard Graduate School of Business
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