National Defense: New G-4

In the greatest peacetime Army expansion in U. S. history, the General Staff is as busy as beavers in a springtime flood. To lighten the work of Deputy Chief of Staff William Bryden, Chief of Staff General George Catlett Marshall fortnight ago appointed a second deputy: scholarly, friendly Brigadier General Richard Curtis Moore of the Engineers. Last week General Marshall appointed another Engineer officer to take Dick Moore's place as head of the G-4 (supply) section of the General Staff. Chosen to run the section which oversees most of the household details of Army life, from buying soldiers' underwear to building...

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