Armed Forces: Three Hats for a Hero

The top military man in Norfolk wears three hats and controls one of the most complex and sensitive commands in the free world. A Navy officer, he is Commander in Chief, Atlantic Fleet, head of all U.S. naval ships and planes in the Atlantic. He is also Commander in Chief, Atlantic, boss of a unified command that gives him control of all U.S. troops in the Atlantic area. And he is Supreme Allied Commander, Atlantic—NATO's top sailor—which means that he must be versed in diplomacy as well as war. To this demanding post, President Johnson has appointed Four-Star Admiral...

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