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Report of the
Senate Select Committee
on
POW-MIA Affairs:
Appendix 4

 APPENDIX 4

Witnesses


Ken Albrecht: Mr. Albrecht is the President of the National
Charities Information Bureau, Inc., a non-profit organization that
sets standards and monitors other charitable organizations. George
H. Aldrich: Mr. Aldrich was a legal advisor to the State
Department (1965-81).

George Aldrich: Former legal advisor to the Department of State
and was involved in the Paris Peace Accord negotiations. Author of
The Interpretation of the Paris Peace Accords.

Dolores Alfond: Mrs. Alfond is the National Chairperson of the
National Families Alliance. Her brother is listed as Missing in
Action.

Joseph E. Andry: Mr. Andry is a former Commander of the Disabled
American Veterans (1990-91).

Richard Armitage: Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense in
1982.

Thomas Ashworth: Mr. Ashworth is a Marine Corps combat veteran of
the war in Vietnam, an author and speaker, and an expert in the
archival resources pertaining to POWs and the missing from World
War II, Korea and Indochina.

Jack Bailey: Retired Lt. Col, US Air Force. Involved in POW/MIA
matters as the head of Operation Rescue.

Howard Baker: Former senator and Majority Leader from Tennessee
and Chief of Staff at the White House under Pres. Reagan.

Garnett Bell: Special assistant for negotiations on POW/MIAs for
commander, JTF-FA. Testified before the Committee in 11/91.
Employed by JTF-FA. Currently stationed in Bangkok, Thailand.

Errol Bond: Mr. Bond was Vice-President of Support Our POW/MIAs,
Inc., a tax-exempt organization that laundered money that went to
support the Laotian Resistance.

Tim Brockman: Former Army Security Agency Crypto operator in 1974.

Related to Lippert deposition.

RADM Thomas Brooks: (USN, Ret.) Former supervisor of the POW/MIA
office at DIA. Author of Brooks Memorandum critical of DIA
published in September 1985.

John Brown: John M. G. Brown is an infantry combat veteran of the
war in Vietnam, an author and a researcher who has extensive
knowledge of the sources of information pertaining to American and
Allied POWs and MIAs from World War I, World War II, Korea and
Vietnam. Col., USAF, DoD Central Documentation Office.

Ed Brown: Mr. Brown is the Public Charities Director for the Office
of the Secretary of State of South Carolina. He is responsible for
all public charities registration and compliance within the state.

Zbigniew Brzezinski: Mr. Brzezinski was a member of the State
Departement's Policy Planning Council (1966-68), Assistant to the
President for National Security Affairs (1977-81), and a member of
the President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (1987-91).

Dennis Buckner: Mr. Buckner contributed approximately $3000 to the
failed "Team Falcon" POW rescue mission.

Larry Budge: Army General (Ret.), who was a Major during the Four
Party Joint Commission.

Linda Canada: Ms. Canada is an account representative for Eberle
& Associates, a professional fundraising company. Ms. Canada was
responsible for the Jack Bailey/Operation Rescue account.

James Cannon: Former Assistant to former White House Chief of
Staff Howard Baker.

Frank Carlucci: Former Secretary of Defense during Reagan
Administration.

CPT Cynthia A. Chambers: Captain Chambers is currently an
Intelligence Officer, Special Office for Prisoners of War and
Missing In Action, DIA.

COL Richard T. Childress (USA, Ret.): Mr. Childress served as
General Staff Officer for Asian Affairs, Department of the Army
(1978-81), and as NSC Director of Asian Affairs and Political
Military Affairs (1981-1989).

MG George R. Christmas: Major General Christmas is the Director
for Operations, Commander in Chief, U.S. Pacific Command (1991-
Present).

LG James R. Clapper, Jr.: Lieutenant General Clapper has served as
Director for Intelligence, Headquarters, U.S. Pacific Command, and
Assistant Chief of Staff, Intelligence, Headquarters, U.S. Air
Force. He is currently Director of the DIA.

William Clements: Mr. Clements served as Deputy Secretary of
Defense (1973-76).

COL John M. Cole: Colonel Cole is the Chief of the STONY BEACH
Team (DIA), Bangkok, Thailand (1990-present) whose mission is to
collect information on POWs and MIAs in Indochina.
Marvin Connor: NSA Specialist - SEA Analyst. Familiar with SIGINT
collection on POW/MIAs.

Jim Coyne: Mr. Coyne is a reporter formerly associated with
Soldier of Fortune magazine. He has spent many years in Southeast
Asia reporting on POW/MIA developments and POW/MIA hunters.

Daul:

Steve Davis: Civilian employee of electric company that maintained
US military communication systems in Saigon in 1975.

LTG John R. Deane (USA, Ret): General Deane ( USA, Ret.) is a
distinguished airborne infantry officer with extensive combat
experience who was briefly the Director at the Defense Intelligence
Agency in 1973.

Michael Deaver: Special Assistant to President, 1981.

Dieter Dengler: Mr. Dengler was a U.S. Navy aviator who was shot
down in Laos and held prisoner there. He escaped after months of
captivity and was rescued.

Robert DeStatte: Mr. DeStatte is a Senior Analyst with the Defense
Intelligence Agency.

Lawrence Devlin: Former intelligence person in Laos, 1970-73.

Robert Dussault: Joint Staff SERA, Ft. Belvoir with information
regarding documents transmitted to Committee.

Lawrence S. Eagleburger: Mr. Eagleburger served as Executive
Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs (1969),
Deputy Assistant to the President for National Security Operations
(1973), and Executive Assistant to the Secretary of State (1975-
77).

Bruce Eberle: Mr. Eberle is the President of Eberle & Associates,
Inc., a professional fundraising company that prepared direct mail
solicitations for Jack Bailey's Operation Rescue, and other
charitable organizations.

Martha Eddy: Ms. Eddy is a live POW activist and the President of
the Michigan POW/MIA Committee.

David Elder: Mr. Elder is Co-Director of American Friends Service
Committee, and is responsible for programs in Laos, Kampuchea, and
Vietnam.

Larry Feldman: Mr. Feldman was connected with the dissemination of
the Donald Carr photographs and was present when Red McDaniel's
representatives attempted to raise money for the purchase of
weapons for Vang Pao.

John Fisher: Mr. Fisher is the Chairman of the Board of the
American Security Counsel Foundation, a conservative organization
that donated money through Support Our POW/MIA's, Inc. believing it
was for a government sanctioned operation.

Jerry Friedheim: Mr. Friedheim served as Deputy Assistant
Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs (1969-73) and Assistant
Secretary of Defense (1973-75).

Robert Garwood: Mr. Garwood was a U.S. Marine enlisted man who was
captured by the Viet Cong near Danang in 1965. After years of
privation in primitive camps in the south, he was moved north and
employed by the North Vietnamese as a mechanic. He was repatriated
in 1979 and convicted by a General Court Martial for collaboration
with the enemy.

Hamilton Gayden: Judge Gayden is the author of To Circle the
Cross, a fictional account of an American POW imprisoned in
Southeast Asia fifteen years after the signing Paris Peace Treaty.

Tim Geraghty: Retired military officer with information related to
POW/MIAs.

Alisa Getzinger: Ms. Getzinger is an Account Representative for a
telemarketing firm known as Infocision Management Corp. Ms.
Getzinger is responsible for the Veteran of the Vietnam War, Inc.
account.

Judy Gin: Translator during Garwood Trial.

G. McMurtie Godley: Mr. Godley served as U.S. Ambassador to Laos
(1969-1973), and was designated Assistant Secretary of State for
East Asian Affairs.

Don Gordan: Retired Army Special Operations Officer with
information on Nhom Morrat.

Daniel Warren Gray: Mr. Gray is currently Chief of the Current
Operations Branch, Special Office for Prisoners of War and Missing
in Action, DIA.


Ann Griffiths: Mrs. Griffiths is the Executive Director of the
National League of POW/MIA families. Her brother is listed as
Missing in Action. She is also the only civilian member of the
Interagency Group ("IAG").

James "Bo" Gritz: LTC Gritz is a highly decorated former Special
Forces officer who ran failed POW rescue missions known as
Operation Velvet Hammer, Operation Lazarus and Operation Grand
Eagle. Mr. Gritz ran for President in 1992 on the Populist ticket.

GEN Alexander M. Haig, Jr. (USA, Ret.): General Haig served as
Senior Military Advisor to Dr. Henry Kissinger (1969-73), Deputy
Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, White
House Chief of Staff (1973-74), and Secretary of State (1981-82).

N. Hieu:

Trong Hieu: A Vietnamese refugee from North Vietnam.

Richard Holbrooke: Mr. Holbrooke served as Staff Assistant to the
American Ambassador to Saigon (1965-66), on the White House Staff,
Office of the Assistant to the President for Vietnam (1966-67), and
as a member of the U.S. Delegation to the Paris Peace Talks (1968-
69).

John Holdridge: Mr. Holdridge served in the State Department as
Deputy Director and Director of the Office of Research and Analysis
for East Asia and the Pacific (1966-68), and Assistant Secretary of
State for East Asia and the Pacific.

Eugene Hollis: Deputy Chief of JCRC in 1974.

Thach Hon:

J. Hugh:

Burt Hurlbut: Mr. Hurlbut is a Texas oil executive that helped
raise money for Support Our POW/MIAs, Inc., a tax-exempt
organization that laundered money that went to support the Laotian
Resistance.

Pat Hurt: Former DIA POW/MIA Analyst, has information on Nhom
Morrat.

ADM Bobby R. Inman (USN, Ret.): Admiral Inman served as Director
of Naval Intelligence, Department of the Navy ((1974-76), Vice
Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency (1976-77), and Director
of the National Security Agency (1977-81).

Bobby Inman: Retired Navy Admiral, Former Deputy Director CIA

H. Isham:

Monika Jensen-Stevenson: Mrs. Stevenson is co-author of Kiss the
Boys Goodbye. The book, about American POW's in Vietnam, grew out
of a story she produced in 1985 for a television news show.

Stephen T. Johnson: Mr. Johnson has served in the Department of
State as a Political Officer in Saigon, Nha Trang, and Viantiane,
as Vietnam Desk Officer, and as an Analyst for Indochina, Bureau of
Intelligence and Research.

Helen Johnson: Former Army Security Crypto operator in 1974.
Related to Lippert deposition.

Ivan Kalister: Mr. Kalister is the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and
Firearms agent that investigated John LeBoutillier's purchase of
ten handguns intended for export to Southeast Asia.

Oleg Kalugin: Retired General of the KGB who testified before the
Committee that certain KGB agents had interrogated 3 American POWs
after 1973 in Vietnam.

Emmet Kay: A civilian employee of Air America who was shot down
over Laos in 1973 and was a POW for over a year.

Richard Thomas Kennedy: Mr. Kennedy served as Director, Staff
Planning and Coordination, NSC (1971-72) and Deputy Assistant to
the President for NSC Planning (1973-75).

Patrick Khamvongsa: A former member of the Royal Lao Air Force who
has been active in the Lao resistance.

GEN Robert Kingston (USA, Ret.): General Kingston is a
distinguished infantry and Special Forces officer who served as the
Commander of the Joint Casualty Resolution Center (1973-74).

Dr. Henry A. Kissinger: Dr. Kissinger served as National Security
Advisor to President Nixon (1969), negotiating the Paris Peace
Accords settlement in January, 1973. He served as Secretary of
State from 1973 to 1977.

Thomas Lacy: Retired Brigadier General with information on
POW/MIA.

Melvin R. Laird: Mr. Laird was a member of the U.S. House of
Representatives before becoming Secretary of Defense (1969-73), and
Counsellor to the President for Domestic Affairs (1973-74).

Steve Lippert: Former Army Security Agency crypto operator with
information on intercepts in 1974.

Winston Lord: Mr. Lord was a member of the NSC staff (1969-73),
Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs
(1970-73), and Director of the State Department's Policy Planning
Staff (1973-77).

LT Paul K. Maguire: Lieutenant Maguire currently serves as a
Multi-Sensor Fusion Analyst, Special Office for Prisoners of War
and Missing in Action, DIA.
C. Murphy Martin: Mr. Martin was President of United We Stand and
travelled to Vietnam to publicize the plight of American POW's.

Murphy Martin: An employee of Ross Perot.

Michael Martin:

Ronald Martin: Mr. Martin was helped to coordinate, but later
disassociated himself from the failed "Team Falcon" POW rescue
mission.

Bud Matthews: Lt. Col. in the U.S. Air Force attached to CDO with
information regarding documents transmitted to Committee.

Bud Matthews: Already discussed. Continuation of deposition.

O. Matthews:

Robert McFarland: Former National Security Advisor in mid-80s.

Ted McGarry: Mr. McGarry coordinated the communications in the
United States for the failed "Team Falcon" POW rescue mission, and
was responsible for the "welcome home" when live POWs were to
return.

Harry McKillop: An associate of Mr. Perot, Mr. McKillop has
travelled to Vietnam on several occasions in an effort to obtain
information regarding American POW/MIA's.

John McMahon: Former DDO/CIA in the early 80s with information on
Nhom Morrat.

Edwin Meese: Former Attorney General of the United States under
President Ronald Reagan.

Thomas Meurer: Mr. Meurer was President of United We Stand and has
travelled to Vietnam seeking information on American POW/MIA's.

Paul Miles: Was a Major in Vietnam during the Four Party Joint
Commission.


Karen Miller: Ms. Miller is the 1st cousin of MIA Donald Carr.
She is knowledgable about the dissemination of the photographs of
Gunther Deitrick which were held out to be Donald Carr.

Charles Mills: DoD Central Documentation Office civilian employee
with information regarding documents transmitted to Committee.

Terry Minarcin: Former army cryptoanalyst testified before the
Committee on message traffic that he allegedly saw in early 70s.

Jerry Mooney: Former Air Force cryptoanalyst currently living in
Montana testified before the Committee that he decyphered several
messages of movement of US POWs in early 70s.

ADM Thomas Moorer (USN, Ret.): Admiral Moorer served as Chief of
Naval Operations (1967-70) and as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of
Staff (1970-74).

Mortician: The ethnic Chinese North Vietnamese who prepared
several remains and testified before Congress that they were stored
in Hanoi. Currently living in Atlanta, GA and recently spent 2-3
days at CIL-HI looking over and trying to identify remains.

ADM Daniel J. Murphy (USN, Ret.): Admiral Murphy served as Deputy
Director of Central Intelligence for Intelligence Community,
Central Intelligence (1976-77).

John D. Negroponte: Mr. Negroponte was a member of the U.S.
Delegation to the Paris Peace Talks (1968-69) and served on the NSC
Staff (1970-73).

Richard M. Nixon: President Nixon served two terms as Vice-
President under Eisenhower, and won presidential elections in 1968
and 1972. He resigned the Presidency in August, 1974.

Nouvaprosite:

Edward O'Connor: Retired Major General, US Army, who was a Major
during the Four Party Joint Commission.

John T. Odell: Retired NSA SEA Group Chief.

Russell Ogan: Retired USAF General, Former Director of POW/MIA
Task Force 1972/1973.

Michael Oksenberg: Mr. Oskenberg served as a member of the
National Security Council Staff (1976-78).

Patricia O'Grady: Dr. O'Grady has sat on the Board of Directors of
the National League of Families and has written and researched
extensively on the POW/MIA subject. Her father is listed as
Prisoner of War.

H. Ross Perot: Mr. Perot worked for several years to improve the
treatment of American POW's held in North Vietnam. He has remained
very active in the POW/MIA issue, and has travelled to Southeast
Asia on several occasions.

LG Leonard Perroots: Lieutenant General Perroots was Director of
the Defense Intelligence Agency (1985-88).

Steven Pittendrigh: Mr. Pittendrigh is a Vice President of a
telemarketing firm known as Infocision Management Corp. His
clients include Veterans of the Vietnam War, Inc. and John
LeBoutillier/Skyhook II.

GEN Colin L. Powell: General Powell served as Assistant to the
President for National Security Affairs (1987-89) and as Senior
Military Assistant to the Secretary of Defense. He is currently
serving his second term as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Marilyn Price: Ms. Price is President of a professional
fundraising company known as The Creative Advantage. Ms. Price's
clients include Veterans of the Vietnam War, Inc.

Mark S. Pratt: Mr. Pratt served in the State Department as a
Political/ Military Officer in Vientiane and Laos (1963-68), on the
Interagency Ad Hoc Group on Indochina (1968-73), and as a member of
the U.S. delegation to the International Conference on Vietnam.

Richard Rand: Consul of US Embassy, Laos, 1973.

Elliot Richardson: Mr. Richardson served as Secretary of Defense
(January - May 1973) among other positions he held in the
government, such as Attorney General of the U.S.

John Robinson: Mr. Robinson is the General Manager of the
Washington Intelligence Bureau, a company which provides caging and
mailing services to fundraising organizations including Operation
Rescue and Veterans of the Vietnam War, Inc.

COL Lawrence Robson (USAF, Ret.): Colonel Robson served as
Personnel Plans Officer for POW/MIA, Military Assistance Command
Vietnam, and as Deputy Chief, POW Subcommission, Four Party Joint
Military Commission.

Lawrence Robson: Retired Col., US Air Force, was a Lt. Col. and
the Deputy US Delegate to the PW Subcommission of the Four Party
Joint Commission. Was the individual who received the nine POWs
from Laos in Hanoi on March 28, 1973.

Jeff Rock:

Peter W. Rodman: Mr. Rodman was a member of the NSC staff (1969-
77) and special assistant to Dr. Henry Kissinger and then Brent
Scowcroft.

William P. Rogers: Mr. Rogers served as Secretary of State (1969-
1973)

Kenneth Rush: Mr. Rush served as Deputy Secretary of Defense
(1972-73) and Deputy Secretary of State (1973-74).

B.H. Russell: Retired Col., US Army, head of Four Party Joint
Commission, PW subcommission.

MG Michael Ryan: Major General Ryan is Vice Director for Strategic
Plans and Policy of the Joint Staff (1991-Present).

Joseph Salta: Mr. Salta is President of Response Development
Corp., a professional fundraising company. Mr. Salta's clients
include John LeBoutillier/Skyhook II.

Ted Sampley: Mr. Sampley is a combat veteran of the Vietnam War
who was the Deputy Coordinator of the National Vietnam Veterans
Coalition. He is currently Chairman of the Homecoming II Project.

Kong Sautey:

MAJ Jeannie H. Schiff: Major Schiff is Deputy Chief, Current
Operations Branch, Special Office for Prisoners of War and Missing
in Action, DIA.

James R. Schlesinger: Mr. Schlesinger has served as Director of
the Central Intelligence Agency (1973) and Secretary of Defense
(1973-74).

James Schlesinger: Former Director of CIA and Sec. of Defense,
1973-1975.

Schworz:

Brent Scowcroft: Mr. Scowcroft served as Military Assistant to the
President (1973-75), and Assistant to the President for National
Security Affairs (1978-81).

MG Richard V. Secord (USAF, Ret.): Major General Secord served in
Vietnam (1962) and Laos (1966-69), spending much of the latter
period detailed to the CIA. He later headed the Southeast Asia
Branch, East Asia and Pacific Region, OSD (1972).

Robert R. Sheetz: Mr. Sheetz is currently Chief of the DIA's
Special Office for Prisoners of War and Missing in Action.

Patricia Sheridan: Mrs. Sheridan is the Executive Director of the
Red River Valley Fighter Pilots Association in Derby, Kansas, a
non-profit organization that provides scholarships to children of
POW/MIA/KIA servicemen.

Michael Sherwood:

Roger E. Shields: Mr. Shields served in the Defense Department as
Deputy Assistant Director for International Economic and POW/MIA
Affairs (1971-77).

Roger Shields: Deputy Assistnat Secretary of Defense for Sea
Affairs, Employee of the Department of Defense who was in charge of
the POW/MIA task force-- office heavily involved with the POW/MIA
issue.

Al Shinkle: A retired USAF intelligence officer who has been
involved with POW/MIA Affairs and worked for John LaBoutier for
Skyhook II. Mr. Shinkle currently lives in Thailand.

Khambang Sibounheuang: Mr. Sibounheuang, a Laotian American, is an
assistant to Judge Hamilton Gayden in Nashville, TN. He has been
responsible for disseminating a great deal of erroneous POW/MIA
information in the U.S. He has also served as an interpreter on
several failed POW/MIA rescue missions.

Frank Sieverts: Mr. Sieverts is the Special Assistant for POW/MIA
Affairs, Department of State (1966-78).

Frank Sieverts: Worked for the Department of State with POW/MIA
public affairs.

Mark Smith: Former green beret who was involved in the circulation
of a tape purported to show live POWs.

John F. Sommer: Mr. Sommer is the Executive Director of the
Washington Office of The American Legion.

Harold Sprague: DoD Central Documentation Office employee with
information regarding documents transmitted to Committee.

John Stein: Retired former DDO/CIA in mid 80s.

Curtis Stern: Mr. Stern is an Account Representative for a
telemarketing firm known as Infocision Management Corp. Mr. Stern
is responsible for the John LeBoutillier/Skyhook II account.

William Stevenson: Correspondent and co-author of Kiss the Boys
Goodbye, Mr. Stevenson won the release of a Canadian pilot from the
Chinese (1957) and discovered French prisoners in Indochina several
years after Dien Bien Phu.

William H. Sullivan: Mr. Sullivan served as U.S. Ambassador to
Laos (1964-68), Chief of U.S. Mission to Laos (1968-69), and Deputy
Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific
Affairs (1969-73).

Robert Sungenis: Mr. Sungenis is Chief of the Directorate of
Information, Operations and Reports, Office of the Secretary of
Defense (1973-92).

Robert Sungenis: A civil service employee of the Department of
Defense who was in charge of casualty records. Appeared before the
Committee, but barely testified.


Gary Sydow: Mr. Sydow is currently Chief of the Analysis Branch,
Special Office for Prisoners of War and Missing in Action, DIA.

Charley Taylor: Mr. Taylor travelled to Thailand to coordinate the
communications for the failed "Team Falcon" POW rescue mission.
LG Eugene Tighe: Lieutenant General Tighe was CINCPAC Chief of
Intelligence (1972-73), Director of the Defense Intelligence
Agency (1977-81), and director of the commission that produced the
critique of DIA's handling of the POW/MIA issue called "The Tighe
Report.".

Eugene Tighe: Retired Lt. General U.S. Air Force, and former
director of the DIA from 1977-1981-- has testified before the
Committee. Also headed up the Tighe Commission which issued the
Tighe report.

Bui Tin: Colonel Tin took the surrender of the South Vietnamese
government in the presidential palace (30 April, 1975). He later
served as editor of the Communist party newspaper Nhan Dan, but has
since been expelled from the party for his criticism of the
government.

Barry Toll: Former US Army enlisted person who worked at the Air
Borne command post who allegedly saw certain messages on POWs in
Laos and also the transfer of US POWs to East Germany.

Hugh Tovar: Former Intelligence person in Laos.

Charles Trowbridge: Mr. Trowbridge is Deputy Director of the
Special Office for POW/MIA Affairs, Defense Intelligence Agency
(1971-92).

Charles Trowbridge: Retired Navy Commander, for many years was
Deputy Director at the DIA in their POW/MIA branch. Has testified
before the Committee.

Jerry Tuttle: Admiral who was Deputy Director of DIA under
General Tighe, 1979-1981.

Richard Upavong:

GEN John W. Vessey, Jr.: General Vessey served two terms as
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (1982-85). He is currently
the Presidential Emissary to Hanoi for POW/MIA Affairs (1987-
Present).

Captain Raymond Vohden: A former Navy POW who was in charge of the
DoD POW/MIA branch in 1973.

Robert E. Wallace: Mr. Wallace served as Commander-in-Chief of the
Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States (1991-92).
Director of the CIA (1972-76).

Vernon Walters: Retired General, US Army. Attache to Paris who
arranged Dr. Kissinger's secret meetings with the North Vietnamese,
Former US Ambassador to the Attorney General.

Chuck Wells: Legislative liaison for CDO with information
regarding documents transmitted to Committee.

Charles Whitehouse: DCM to Ambassador Bunker in South Vietnam in
1972-73. In late 1973, became Ambassador to Laos.

GEN John A. Wickham, Jr. (USA Ret.): General Wickham was Deputy
Chief Negotiator of the U.S. Delegation to the Four Party Joint
Military Commission, Republic of Vietnam (1973), and Senior
Military Assistant to the Secretary of Defense (1973-76) and Chief
of Staff, United States Army.

General John A. Wickam: Retired Former Chief of Staff, US Army.
The Deputy US Delegate to the Four Party Joint Commission.
 

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