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U.S. Army JAG School Oral History Interview Conducted With Colonel (Ret.) Howard S. Levie

Thomas Dougall
Biography Colonel Howard S. Levie was born in Wolverine, Michigan on December 19, 1907. As a young child he grew up in Baltimore, Maryland and New York City attending public schools in both cities. He attended Speyer Experimental Junior High School, the first junior high school in the United States and graduated from DeWitt Clinton High School, which would later cite him as a Distinguished Alumnus. He earned an A.B. degree from Cornell University in...

U.S. Army JAG School Oral History Interview Conducted With Major General (USA Ret.) Harold E. Parker

Robert C. McFetridge & Harry L. Williams, Jr.
Harold E. Parker was born in Canton, New York, on 25 March 1918. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics from Cornell University in 1938 and was commissioned as a second lieutenant, Field Artillery, in the Army Reserves. Soon after graduation he married his high school sweetheart, Jane (Burnham) Parker, and they moved to New York City. General Parker held a variety of jobs in New York, from selling insurance to working for...

U.S. Army JAG School Oral History Interview Conducted With Colonel Elizabeth R. Smith, Jr. (USA Ret.)

Linda S. Burgan
Biographical Sketch Colonel Smith was born in Ravenna, Kentucky on December 27, 1926 and grew up in Irvine, Kentucky. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Kentucky in 1950. Colonel Smith was admitted to the Kentucky State Bar after her graduation and she practiced law in Irvine, Kentucky, for a short period of time until she entered the Women's Army Corps in 1951. Colonel Smith entered the Army as a second...

U.S. Army JAG School Oral History Interview Conducted with Colonel Charles A. White, United States Army (Retired)

Daniel Derner & Kevin Shriner
Colonel Charles A. White, Jr. was born in Newport News, Virginia on January 27, 1939 as the only child. He graduated Matthews High School in 1958 as class salutatorian. He went on to attend the College of William and Mary and received his Bachelor of Arts degree as well as being commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant Armor Officer in the U.S. Army in 1961. As part of William & Mary's six year law program, he began...

U.S. Army JAG School Oral History Interview Conducted With Major General (Ret.) Michael J. Nardotti, Jr.

Kevin Boyle & Michael McHugh
Major General (Retired) Michael Nardotti served as the Judge Advocate General from October 1993 through August 1997. While serving in that position is he often credited with developing the JAGC motto "Soldiers First." However, that philosophy developed over a career spanning twenty-eight years. MG (R) Nardotti was born in Brooklyn, New York on 30 April 1947. Shortly thereafter he moved to Long Island New York and graduated from Uniondale High School. After graduation he became...

U.S. Army JAG School Oral History Interview Conducted with Major General (Ret.) Hugh J. Clausen

Tom Mason & Gene Stoker
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U.S. Army JAG School Oral History Interview Conducted With Colonel (Ret.) Edward W. Haughney

Jessica Golembiewski & Chris Jenks
Edward W. Haughney was born in Brooklyn, New York on 8 December 1917. He is the oldest of four children; he has a younger brother and two younger sisters. He attended elementary, junior high, and high school in Brooklyn. During two summers while in high school he worked as an apprentice stream fitter for the Luckenbach Steamship Company. In 1935, at the age of 17, he entered Brooklyn College but left after one semester and...

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