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GENERAL VOLNEY F. WARNER - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 05/29/1979 - HFSID 345712

The U.S. four-star General signs this typed letter in which he thanks Mr. Lohrengel for sending him an article published in the Kansas City newspaper about the Dragon Team VII, in green ink

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VOLNEY F. WARNER

The U.S. four-star General signs this typed letter in which he thanks Mr. Lohrengel for sending him an article published in the Kansas City newspaper about the Dragon Team VII, in green ink

Typed Letter Signed: “Volney Warner” in green ink. 7x8½. One page. Place: Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Date: May 29, 1979. Written on official letterhead. Addressed to: Mr. Henry J. Lohrengel, Jr. 121 S. Lawn. Kansas, City, Missouri. In full:Dear Mr. Lohrengel, Appreciate receiving the article recently published in the Kansas City newspaper with the vivid portrayal pertaining to DRAGON TEAM VII. Despite adverse weather conditions, the airborne operation was a great training exercise. Thanks again for your thoughtfulness. Best wishes for the future. Sincerely, Volney Warner. Lieutenant General, USA. Commanding.Volney Frank Warner (b. 1926) is a retired United States Army four-star General who served as Commander-in-Chief, United States Readiness Command from 1979 to 1981. After his retire from the Army on July 31, 1981 he was Vice President of Applied Technology, Vertex Systems, Incorporated, and later established V.F. Warner and Associates, a Washington-based consulting firm. His awards and decorations include: the Defense Distinguished Service Medal, Silver Star (with Oak Leaf Cluster), Legion of Merit (with two Oak Leaf Clusters), Distinguished Flying Cross, Bronze Star with V Device (with two Oak Leaf Clusters), Meritorious Service medal, Air Medals with V Device, Army Commendation Medal with V Device (with Oak Leaf Cluster), Combat Infantryman Badge (2nd Award), and Master Parachutist Badge. He has publicly criticized the Iraq War, and proposes pre-emptive peace as an alternative to pre-emptive war for the future. Warner is credited with coining the phrase “boots on the ground”, meaning the actual forces engaged in a conflict. Accompanied by original envelope. Normal mailing folds. Lightly toned and creased. Otherwise, fine condition.










 

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