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Wagner, Arthur Lockwood 1853- Military officer; born in Ottawa, II., March 16, 1853; graduated at the United States Military Academy in 1875; promoted captain, April 2, 1892; major, Nov. 17, 1896; lieutenant-colonel and assistant adjutant-general, Feb. 26, 1898; was instructor of the art of war in the United States infantry and cavalry school at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., in 1886-97; served on the staff of General Miles during the war with Spain; detached for duty on the staff of Major-General Lawton until the fall of Santiago; ordered to the Philippines in December, 1899, where he was adjutantgeneral of the 1st Division of the 8th Army Corps, on the staff of Major-General Bates till April, 1900; was then appointed adjutant-general for the Southern Department of Luzon. His publications include The campaign of Koniggratz; Organization and tactics; The service of security and information; A catechism of outpost duty; The military necessities of the United States and the best provis