COMMAND: The Face Is Familiar

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When Lieut. General James Alward Van Fleet arrived in Korea last month to take charge of the Eighth Army, he remarked professionally: "This looks like a good place to fight." Korea is not much like the plains of northern France, where he won his first fame as a combat commander; it is more like mountainous Greece, where as U.S. "adviser" to the Greek army he licked the Red guerrillas. But it is like both in that it is a hard-fought battlefield; and that, as the Army discovered rather late in Van...

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