MI Corps Hall of Fame

October 1997
Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Oct-Dec97, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p58
Pays tribute to United States Army Master Sergeant Lorenzo Alvarado, one of the inductees to the 1997 Military Intelligence Corps Hall of Fame. Alvarado's espionage activities both as a civilian and enlisted US Army agent during World Wars I and II in the Philippines; Alvarado's receipt of the Legion of Merit for his exceptionally meritorious conduct in Bataan, the Philippines during World War II.


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