After receiving the Medal of Honor, J. Franklin Bell became one of the U.S. Army's great innovators

Ward, John K.
December 2000
Military History;Dec2000, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p12
Features James Franklin Bell of the United States Army. Reason for giving the Medal of Honor award to Bell; His contributions to the army's tactics and rules of maneuvers; Pacification tactics he used against the guerrilla movement in the Philippines; Positions he held during his military career.


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