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LT. COLONEL JOHN A. ISLIN - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 12/13/1968 - HFSID 171629

LT. COLONEL JOHN A. ISLIN The U.S. Army helicopter pilot signs this letter to a fan, signed as Assistant Executive to the Chief of Staff Typed letter signed: "John A. Islin" in black ink. 8x10½. December 13, 1968. Typed on letterhead of Department of the Army, Office of the Chief of Staff to "Dear Mr. Alford".

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LT. COLONEL JOHN A. ISLIN
The U.S. Army helicopter pilot signs this letter to a fan, signed as Assistant Executive to the Chief of Staff
Typed letter signed: "John A. Islin" in black ink. 8x10½. December 13, 1968. Typed on letterhead of Department of the Army, Office of the Chief of Staff to "Dear Mr. Alford". In full: "General Chesarek has asked me to thank you for your letter of 26 November and to forward the inclosed [sic] photograph, biographical sketch, and reprint of an article [not included] concerning the office of the Assistant Vice Chief of Staff that was published in the May 1967 issue of Armed Forces Management. Sincerely yours". Lt. Colonel John A. Islin was a member of the U.S. Army. He was a captain in the 2nd Platoon helicopter squadron during the Vietnam War, where he earned 76 medals, seven for heroism and logged over 2,000 hours of combat flying. He went on to become the assistant executive to the Office of the Army Chief of Staff. After retirement, Islin also served as Group Senior Vice President for Citicorp where he was named one of the "25 Top Executives in the Industry." Lightly toned. Edges creased. Otherwise, fine condition.

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