The Orwin C. Talbott papers, 1974.

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Talbott, Orwin C. (Orwin Clark), 1918-. The Orwin C. Talbott papers, 1974.

The Orwin C. Talbott papers, 1974.

Contains: correspondence concerning Talbott's visit to Israel in Jan.-Feb. 1974 to gather information on the 1973 Israel-Arab War (1974); itineraries of Talbott's visit to Israel and subsequent briefing of United States Army, Europe commanders (1974); and Talbott's briefing on his visit to Israel and speech given by General George S. Brown, Chief of Staff, United States Air Force regarding U.S. Air Force strength reduction (1974). Coverage of the Israeli Defense Forces, the Jordanian Armed Forces and the Syrian Air Defense in the 1973 Israel-Arab War is substantial. Talbott's correspondents include General W.E. Depuy, Commanding General of TRADOC and General Creighton W. Abrams, Chief of Staff, U.S. Army.

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Deputy Commanding General of the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) with the rank of Lieutenant General (1974). From the description of The Orwin C. Talbott papers, 1974. (US Army, Mil Hist Institute). WorldCat record id: 25511806 ...

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Abrams, Creighton Williams, Jr., 1914-1974

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