Archibald Vincent Arnold
|Archibald Vincent Arnold|
24 February 1889|
Collinsville, Connecticut, U.S.
4 January 1973 83) (aged|
Southern Pines, North Carolina, U.S.
|Years of service||1912 - 1948|
17th Field Artillery Regiment|
7th Infantry Division
|Battles/wars||World War II|
Distinguished Service Medal (2)|
Legion of Merit
After the war he was made the military governor of Korea. He served as principal American delegate to the US-USSR Joint Committee that convened in Seoul, Korea, in January 1946, and then to the U.S.-USSR Joint Commission that followed in April 1946. The primary task of the Joint Commission was to reunite North and South Korea after it was divided by the State War Navy Coordinating Committee (SWNCC) in 1945. He retired from the Army in 1948.
Arnold was married to his wife, Margaret Treat Arnold.