I believe the photo is of this Brigadier General:
Arnold J. Funk was a Brigadier General in the Army during World War II. Arnold was captured by Imperial Japan while serving in the Philippine Islands, and was sent to Hoten Camp near Manchuria where 1,420 other American POWs were held. Arnold's capture was first reported to the International Committee of the Red Cross on May 7, 1942, and the last report was made on November 20, 1945. Based on these two reports, Arnold was imprisoned for at least 1,293 days (3 years and ~8 months), one of the longest durations of captivity recorded. Ultimately, Arnold was returned to military control, liberated or repatriated.