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Army's Commanding Chief of Staff, George C. Marshall looking over airborne troops at Fort Bragg

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Title:
Army's Commanding Chief of Staff, George C. Marshall looking over airborne troops at Fort Bragg
Topics:
People
Subjects:
Armed Forces -- Officers
College administrators
Original Format:
Black-and-white print (photograph)
Item identifier:
ua023_024-001-bx0010-011-002
Description:
Commanding Chief of Staff of the Army, George C. Marshall, looking over airborne troops at Pope Field, Fort Bragg. With him is Field Marshal Sir John Dill, the senior British officer on duty in Washington. Brigadier General Lee is credited with much of the success of close relations between many American and British officers at the command level, especially among the airborne forces. His easy-going nature, ability to listen, and impeccable manners were often cited by his British counterparts.
Genre:
Photographs
Names:
North Carolina State University -- Administration more info on North Carolina State University -- Administration 
United States. Armed Forces more info on United States. Armed Forces 
Lee, William C. more info on Lee, William C., 1895-1948 
Location:
Fort Bragg (N.C.)
Digital Project:
University Archives Photographs