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general of the army


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general of the army

Eisenhower, General of the Army Dwight D. (1890–1969)

Marshall, General of the Army George C. (1880–1959)

Arnold, General of the Army Henry (‘Hap’) (1886–1950)

COX, André (born 1954), General of the Salvation Army, since 2013

PERSHING, John Joseph (1860 - 1948), General of the Armies of the United States, retired

BURROWS, Eva (1929 - 2015), General of the Salvation Army, 1986–93

CLIFTON, Shaw (born 1945), General of The Salvation Army, 2006–11

MacArthur, General of the Army Douglas (26 January 1880–5 April 1964)

TILLSLEY, Bramwell Harold (born 1931), General of the Salvation Army, 1993–94

RADER, Paul Alexander (born 1934), General of the Salvation Army, 1994–99

LARSSON, John (born 1938), General of The Salvation Army, 2002–06

COUTTS, Frederick (1899 - 1986), General of The Salvation Army, 1963–69

GOWANS, John (1934 - 2012), General of The Salvation Army, 1999–2002

WISEMAN, Clarence D(exter) (1907 - 1985), General of the Salvation Army, 1974–77

GOLDSMID, Albert Edward Williamson (1846 - 1904), on General Staff of the Army

RICHARDSON, Charles (Leslie) (1908 - 1994), Member of the Army Board (Quartermaster General to the Forces, then Master-General of the Ordnance), 1965–71

KITCHING, Wilfred (1893 - 1977), retired as General of The Salvation Army (1954–63) and from Chairmanship of various Salvation Army Companies, etc

BLACKER, Cecil (Hugh) (1916 - 2002), Adjutant-General, Ministry of Defence (Army), 1973–76, retired; ADC (General) to the Queen, 1974–76

 

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An officer of the hightest rank in the U.S. Army, above general (awarded only in wartime).

Subjects: Warfare and Defence.


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