ARMOR-CAVALRY: Part 1; Regular Army and Army Reserve/The Authors

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  • Mary Lee Stubbs, a graduate of Alabama State Teachers College, is Chief of the Organizational History Branch of the Office of the Chief of Military History. Before joining the office in 1947, she taught in the public schools of Alabama and in the Indian Service schools of the Navajo Agency in New Mexico.

  • Stanley Russell Connor, a graduate of Mississippi State College, served during World War II as a company commander of rifle and heavy weapons companies and as a battalion executive officer. He had tours of duty as a historian with the Office of the Chief of Military History and the United Nations Command element of the Military Armistice Commission in Korea. He holds the Silver Star and Bronze Star Medals. After 20 years of active duty as an infantry officer, he retired in 1959 as a lieutenant colonel, AUS. Currently Mr. Connor is Deputy Chief of the Organizational History Branch, OCMH.


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