| General Thomas B.
Catron was born in 1888 and during WWI received a decoration for exceptional service training Army intelligence operatives. By the 1930s he was a Lieutenant Colonel, retiring in 1945 as a Brig General, after being recalled to serve in WWII. He received the Legion of Merit. As with Wedemeyer and Kepner, we know next to nothing about Catron's interests. His NICAP involvement strongly parallels Kepner's, joining early and serving on the earliest Keyhoe board, but never thereafter.