So, when America entered World War I and the War Department
needed training fields to begin to build an air force, Joy was quick to offer up his Michigan property.
Now that Ike had a prime spot in the War Department
, he needed to prove that Marshall had made the right decision.
Despite the ongoing war, McEachren maintained his professional activities; he was one of the main speakers at the ALA's 1942 annual meeting in Chicago ("Determination of Contract Costs by the War Department
," Wartime Accounting, 1942, pp.
Shortly thereafter, the War Department
awarded Lynch the Legion of Merit in recognition of his six months of difficult service on Bataan and Corregidor.
The War Department
therefore sought out a civilian partner to help, and immediately settled on the Young Men's Christian Association.
Annual Reports of the War Department
for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30,1900, Part 13: Report of the Military Governor of Porto Rico on Civil Affairs, 56th Cong.
In 1945, the War Department
opened the first SCI center in the country.
Because of its association with these virtues, the sphinx was selected by the War Department
in 1923 as the most appropriate symbol to represent the newly established Military Intelligence (MI) Officers' Reserve Corps, an association of World War I veterans with experience and interest in intelligence.
In September 1940, shortly before the entry of America into the Second War World war, the War Department
announced the formation of an aviation unit of "colored personnel.
The Evangelical Association had first gone about its business quietly, appointing a committee to call on the fort commander, who had in turn referred them to the War Department
in Washington, D.
This kukri was issued in World War I to British Gurkha regiments and each blade bears World War I dates and a British war department
When World War II began in Europe, the War Department
was bursting at the seams in a "temporary" Great War-era building on the National Mall.