Military Intelligence Corps hall of fame

April 1998
Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Apr-Jun/98, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p59
Reports on the induction of three members of the United States Army in the Military Intelligence (MI) Hall of Fame in 1998. Date of the induction ceremony; Information on retired Lieutenant General Paul E. Menoher, Jr., retired Command Sergeant Major Raymond McKnight, and Colonel Seth F. Nottingham; Contributions of the inductees to the Army; Information on First Lieutenant George Sisler, a Medal of Honor winner.


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