Major George Van Kirk
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Major Van Kirk in "Good-Bye Radar: Part 2" (Season 8). His branch of service insignia on the left lapel is not fully visible but should be that of the Quartermaster Corps.
M*A*S*H character
Vital information
Rank: Major (O-4), U.S. Army
Job/Role in Unit: Supply officer, '243rd Services and Supply'
Home: Not mentioned
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Brown
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 185 lbs.
Family/Personal Information
Born: Not mentioned
Birthplace: Not mentioned
Nationality/Race: American/Caucasian
Spouse(s): Not mentioned
Relatives/Children: Not Mentioned
First appeared in: "Good-Bye Radar: Part 2" (Season 8)
Last appeared in: N.A. Single appearance
Appeared on/or in: M*A*S*H
Played by: Lee de Broux

Major George Van Kirk was a U.S. army supply officer who makes a one time appearance on the the CBS-TV series M*A*S*H during the Season 8 episode "Good-Bye Radar: Part 2". Major Van Kirk was played by actor Lee de Broux.

About Major Van KirkEdit

Klinger and Sergeant "Hondo" McKee are at the I Corps Supply Depot discussing a trade for a much-needed generator for the 4077th MASH. Their main generator had broken down and their backup generator had been stolen.

While McKee inspects the scotch which Klinger has brought to trade, Major Van Kirk drives up in his jeep. He tells McKee he is from the 243rd Services and Supply (battalion?) and is here to demand his generator. He has come personally because many of the items meant for his unit always get lost.

Flabbergasted, McKee insists he doesn't understand why his things get lost. He has the generator and has been holding it for the Major. Van Kirk says he has been down to using a backup generator which they had to swipe from a MASH!

Seeing the case of Scotch, Van Kirk asks McKee to throw in "a bottle or three". However Klinger is quick to dissuade him, saying it could have been poisoned. "Lousy commies!" Mckee leads the Major off to settle the paperwork for the generator, all the while blustering about having lost two generators already.

Klinger, watching the two leave, has a sudden inspiration--and the Major is about to lose a third generator!