November 1981
Ebony;Nov1981, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p118
The article features the African-American siblings Lawrence and Andrew Chambers, two of the U.S. armed forces' highest ranking officers. It notes that the distinguished brothers U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Lawrence Cleveland Chambers and U.S. Army Major General Andrew P. Chambers are among the few African-American senior military officers. It traces the competitive childhood of the two brothers whose father died when they were young, their military careers and their rise to prominence.


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