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Signed first day cover honoring the "Surrender at Saratoga"
First Day Cover signed: "Frank Carlucci", 6½x3¾. FDC in the Bicentennial Era series honoring the "Surrender at Saratoga", 13-cent stamp affixed, postmarked Schuylerville, NY, October 7, 1977, FIRST DAY OF ISSUE. Frank Carlucci, who was Caspar Weinberger's Deputy Secretary of Defense from 1981-1983, succeeded Weinberger as Ronald Reagan's Secretary of Defense, serving from November 23, 1987-January 20, 1989. During Carlucci's tenure, he made 13 trips abroad, including two visits to the Soviet Union. When Carlucci left office, he said he was proudest of three accomplishments: the development of a positive relationship with Soviet military authorities, the successful tanker escort operation in the Persian Gulf and persuading Congress to agree to streamline military base closing procedures. Carlucci, whose public service also included serving as Assistant Director and Director of the Office of Economic Opportunity, Associate Director and Deputy Director of the Office of Management and Budget (1971-1972), Undersecretary of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (1972-1974), U.S. Ambassador to Portugal (1975-1978) and Deputy Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (1978-1981), had also been successful in private business. He had been President and later Chairman and CEO of Sears World Trade, Inc. (1983-1986) and later became Vice President and Managing Director of the Carlyle Group, a Washington, D.C. investment partnership. Slightly creased. Lightly stained on verso. Fine condition.

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Born: October 18, 1930 in Scranton, Pennsylvania

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2004 The World According to Bush (in person), 2003 CIA: Secret Wars (in person), 1997 Globos de Ouro 1996 (in person)

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