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Ennis Whitehead - World War II
... On graduation from the Command and General Staff School, Whitehead was posted to the G-2 (Intelligence) Division of the War Department ... In May 1942, Lieutenant General George Brett, the Allied Air Forces commander in the South West Pacific Area (SWPA), lodged a request with Lieutenant General Henry H ... Arnold, the Commanding General of the U.S ...
Landing At Nadzab - Background - Planning and Preparation
... (Adv LHQ) in St Lucia, Queensland the Deputy Chief of the General Staff, Major General Frank Berryman, headed the planning process ... held a conference with Berryman and Lieutenant General Sir Edmund Herring, the commander of I Corps, around the model at which the details of the operation were discussed ... Major General George Wootten's 9th Division would land east of Lae in a shore-to-shore operation and advance on Lae ...
Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps - Notable Graduates
... In 1960, General George H ... General Colin Powell was the first ROTC graduate named Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff ... Staff to come out of Army ROTC include Chiefs of Staff of the Army General of the Army George Marshall (Virginia Military Institute) General George Decker (Lafayette College) General Fred Weyland (University of ...
List Of Equestrian Statues In The United States - List - District of Columbia
... Lieutenant General George Washington, by Clark Mills, Washington Circle, 1860 ... General Winfield Scott, by Henry Kirke Brown, Scott Circle, 1874 ... General James B ...
George H. Steuart (politician) - Family Life
... Steuart married Ann Digges (c1723-1814) in Prince George County, Maryland in 1744 ... They had ten children, of whom six survived to adulthood George H Steuart (1747–1788), physician ... Changed his name to George Steuart Hume in order to inherit the estate of Argaty, Perthshire, which thereafter passed to his infant daughter Sophia ...

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