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Lt. General Andrew Anderson, born in Elgin, also of the East India Company, died in 1824 and bequeathed £ 70, 000 to the town to found an institution for the welfare of the elderly poor and for the education of orphans.
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Maj. Gen. Polk ignored the problems of Fort Henry and Fort Donelson when he took command and, after Johnston took command, at first refused to comply with Johnston's order to send an engineer, Lt. Joseph K. Dixon, to inspect the forts.
Johnston wanted Major, later Lt. Gen., Alexander P. Stewart to command the forts but President Davis appointed Brig.
His only return to combat was directing a portion of the defenses against the attack by Confederate Lt. Gen. Jubal A.
Lowell Smith and Lt. John P. Richter performed the first mid-air refueling on De Havilland DH-4B, setting an endurance flight record of 37 hours.
* 1946 – Japanese Lt. General Masaharu Homma is executed in the Philippines for leading the Bataan Death March.
In April 2008, Vice President Lt. Gen. Seretse Khama Ian Khama ( Ian Khama ), son of Seretse Khama the first president, succeeded to the presidency when Festus Mogae retired.
A photograph from October 1918, reproduced in many biographies, shows the then unknown Lt .- Col. Montgomery standing in front of Winston Churchill ( Minister of Munitions ) at the parade following the liberation of Lille.
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After Lt Gen Barshadli became Chief of General Staff, subsequent defense ministers from 1992 have included:
Eisenhower sent Lt. General John W. " Iron Mike " O ' Daniel to Vietnam to study and " assess " the French forces there.
Possible contenders included his son-in-law General Ahmed Suleiman Abdille, who was at the time the Minister of the Interior, in addition to Barre's Vice President Lt. Gen. Samatar.
* Interview with SAC Lt. General James Edmundson ( transcripts from the PBS program Race for the Superbomb ):
In 1984, the Strategic Defense Initiative Organization ( SDIO ) was established to oversee the program, which was headed by Lt. General James Alan Abrahamson USAF, a past Director of the NASA Space Shuttle program.
Lt. General Shaul Mofaz (, born 4 November 1948 ) is a prominent Israeli politician and the Leader of the Opposition in the Knesset.
* February 5 – Lt. General Frank M. Andrews is selected to command the U. S. armies in Europe, while General Dwight Eisenhower is assigned command in North Africa ; General Andrews will serve only three months before dying in an airplane crash.
* April 3 – Japanese Lt. General Masaharu Homma is executed outside Manila, the Philippines for leading the Bataan Death March.
** A helicopter crash in Cyprus kills the head of the Cyprus National Guard, Lt. General Evangelos Florakis.
Ten days after the attack, Lt. General Short and Admiral Husband E. Kimmel, commander of the Navy at Pearl Harbor, were both relieved of their duties.
In 1940, Lt. Col. Eisenhower petitioned Brigadier General Patton, offering to serve under the tank corps commander.
Menem also effected drastic cuts to the military budget, and appointed Lt. Gen. Martín Balza as the Army's General Chief of Staff ( head of the military hierarchy ); Balza, a man of strong democratic convictions and a vocal critic of the Falklands War, had stood up for the legitimate government in every attempted coup d ' état throughout his senior career, and gave the first institutional self-criticism about the Armed Forces ' involvement in the 1976 coup and the ensuing reign of terror.
It took place on July 30, 1864, between the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia, commanded by General Robert E. Lee and the Union Army of the Potomac, commanded by Major General George G. Meade ( under the direct supervision of the general-in-chief, Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant ).
The professional history of radioactive weaponry may be traced to a 1943 memo from James Bryant Conant, Arthur Holly Compton, and Harold Urey, to Brigadier General Leslie Groves of the Manhattan Project and to a 1940 science fiction story, " Solution Unsatisfactory " by Lt. J. G. Robert A. Heinlein, USN ( R ).
In 1894, the French Army's counter-intelligence section, led by Lt. Col. Sandherr, became aware that new artillery information was being passed to the German embassy in Paris by a highly placed spy likely to be posted in the French General Staff.
LeMay initially started flying supplies into Berlin, but then decided that it was a job for a logistics expert and he found that person in Lt. General William H. Tunner, who took over the operational end of the Berlin Airlift.
On March 2, 1865, Waynesboro was the site of the last battle of the Civil War for the Confederate Lt. General Jubal A.
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: Auxiliary Field 6 is named Biancur Field for 1st Lt. Andrew Biancur, a test pilot of the Medium Bombardment Section of the 1st Proving Ground Group, killed 8 January 1944 in the crash of YP-61-NO Black Widow, 41-18883, c / n 711, at Eglin Field.
Morton was the hometown of Lt. Col. George Andrew Davis, Jr., a World War II Ace who was killed in the Korean War.
The teenagers find a downed United States Air Force F-15 pilot, Lt. Col. Andrew Tanner and learn about the current state of the war: several cities such as Washington, D. C., Kansas City, and Omaha have been obliterated, America's Strategic Air Command has been crippled in a surprise attack by Cuban saboteurs who had posed as immigrants illegally crossing the US-Mexico border, and the paratroopers the youths have encountered were dropped from fake commercial airliners to seize key positions in preparation for subsequent massive assaults via Mexico and Alaska.
* Andrew F. Krepinevich, Jr. ( MPA ' 80 )-United States Army, Lt. Col .; author of The Army and Vietnam
Born 1817, at St-Omer, France, to Lt .- Colonel Charles Stisted ( 1786 – 1842 ) of the 3rd Hussars, by his wife Eliza ( 1791 – 1822 ), daughter of Major-General Andrew Burn ( 1742 – 1814 ) of Gillingham, Kent.
On Flight Day 7 ( Thursday, 10 March 1994 ) Columbia's commander, John H. Casper had the pleasure to inform pilot Andrew M. Allen that he was selected for promotion from Major in the US Marine Corps to Lt.
In the course of the war, the First Sea Lord was represented by Admiral Sir Charles Little, Admiral Sir Andrew Cunningham, Admiral Sir Percy Noble, and Admiral Sir James Somerville ; the Chief of the Imperial General Staff was represented by Lt. Gen. Sir Coville Wemyss and Lt. Gen. G. N. Macready ; and the Chief of the Air Staff was represented by Air Marshal D. C. S. Evill, Air Marshal Sir William L. Welsh, and Air Marshal Douglas Colyer.
Named by USAS for Andrew Jackson, the seventh President of the United States, who signed the bill authorizing the United States Exploring Expedition, 1838 – 42, led by Lt. Charles Wilkes of the US Navy.
He and his copilot Lt. Andrew J. Boles banked the airplane hard to the left prior to bailing out, crashing it safely into a turnip field at Zomerweg 41, south of the Jabbeke town center.
* 45 Commando, Royal Marines ( Lt Col Andrew Whitehead ) — Red Beach-Douglas Settlement-Two Sisters.
On July 28, 1866, reacting to the influence of Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant and President Andrew Johnson, Congress reorganized the Signal Corps and, with the permanent rank of colonel, Myer again became chief signal officer.
* Partial list of Bermudian-built Royal Naval vessels ( from The Andrew and the Onions, by Lt. Cmdr.
Biancur Field, Eglin Auxiliary Field # 6, was named for 1st Lt Andrew Biancur, USAAF, a test pilot of the Medium Bombardment Section of the 1st Proving Ground Group, killed in crash of a prototype YP-61-NO Black Widow, AAF Ser.
He has starred on TV and in film ; his well known TV roles are on the hit NBC series Little House on the Prairie as Andrew ' Andy ' Garvey from 1977 – 1981, and on the CBS hit series JAG as Lt. Cmdr.
George Kent ( University of Rhode Island, New England Conservatory, Chorus of Westerly ), Andrew Balio ( Baltimore Symphony Orchestra ), Gilbert Blais ( Conservatoire de musique de Saguenay ), Peter Chapman ( Boston Symphony Orchestra ), Jon Paul Danté ( Paramount Brass Quintet, Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra ), Russell Devuyst ( Montreal Symphony Orchestra ), Kurt Dupuis (" The President's Own " U. S. Marine Band ), Anthony DiLorenzo ( Center City Brass, composer, recording artist ), Albert DiPietro ( Longy School of Music ), Joseph D. Foley ( Atlantic Brass Quintet, Wellesley College, Boston University ), William Harvey ( Oakland East Bay Symphony ), Edward Hoffman ( Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Peabody Institute ), Bruce Hopkins ( College of the Holy Cross ), Paul Jackson ( Alabama Symphony Orchestra ), Robert Lemons ( Eastern Connecticut State University ), Louis Larouche ( Québec Symphony Orchestra ), Steven Matera (" The President's Own " U. S. Marine Band ) Timothy Morrison ( Boston Symphony Orchestra, Hollywood recording artist ), Rodney Mack ( Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia ), Niel Mueller ( North Dakota State University ), Dennis Najoom ( Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra ), Gary Peterson ( Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, Grieg Academy ), William Pfund ( University of Northern Colorado, Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra ), Marc Reese ( Empire Brass Quintet ), Betty Barber Rines ( Portland Symphony Orchestra ), Jay Rizzetto ( California State University, San Francisco Ballet ), John Schnell ( Portland Symphony Orchestra ), David Scott ( McNeese State University ), Lt Col Alan Sierichs ( The United States Air Force Band ), Rolf Smedvig ( Empire Brass Quintet ), Thomas V. Smith ( New York Philharmonic, Manhattan School of Music ), Edward Tarr ( trumpet soloist, historian ), James Thompson ( Montreal Symphony Orchestra, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Eastman School of Music ), Peter Voisin ( Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra ), Linn Weeda ( Anchorage Symphony Orchestra, University of Alaska Anchorage ), Alan Wenger ( Central Missouri State University ), Mike Zonshine ( Honolulu Symphony ) Earl Gaar ( Top Brass Louisville KY ).