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This is a group photograph of the Joint Chiefs of STAFF and several rs in Chiefs taken on July 1, 1983, in the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of STAFF dining room, located in the Pentagon. Shows (left to right): U.S. Navy Adm. Wesley L. McDonald, r in CHIEF, US Atlantic Command; U.S. Marine Corps GEN. Paul X. Kelley, Commandant of the Marine Corps; U.S. Army GEN. Paul F. Gorman, r in CHIEF, US Southern Command; U.S. Army LT. GEN. Robert C. Kingston, r in CHIEF, US Central Command; U.S. Army GEN. John A. Wickham, CHIEF of STAFF, US Army; U.S. Army GEN. Wallace H. Nutting, r in CHIEF, US Readiness Command; U.S. Air Force GEN. James V. Hartinger,...

This is a group photograph of the Joint Chiefs of STAFF and several rs in Chiefs taken on July 1, 1983, in the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of STAFF dining room, located in the Pentagon. Shows (left to right): U.S. Navy Adm. Wesley L. McDonald, r in CHIEF, US Atlantic Command; U.S. Marine Corps GEN. Paul X. Kelley, Commandant of the Marine Corps; U.S. Army GEN. Paul F. Gorman, r in CHIEF, US Southern Command; U.S. Army LT. GEN. Robert C. Kingston, r in CHIEF, US Central Command; U.S. Army GEN. John A. Wickham, CHIEF of STAFF, US Army; U.S. Army GEN. Wallace H. Nutting, r in CHIEF, US Readiness Command; U.S. Air Force GEN. James V. Hartinger,...

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[Complete] Scene Caption: This is a group photograph of the Joint Chiefs of STAFF and several Commanders in Chiefs taken on July 1, 1983, in the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of STAFF dining room, located in the Pentagon. Shows (left to right): U.S. Navy Adm. Wesley L. McDonald, Commander in CHIEF, US Atlantic Command; U.S. Marine Corps GEN. Paul X. Kelley, Commandant of the Marine Corps; U.S. Army GEN. Paul F. Gorman, Commander in CHIEF, US Southern Command; U.S. Army LT. GEN. Robert C. Kingston, Commander in CHIEF, US Central Command; U.S. Army GEN. John A. Wickham, CHIEF of STAFF, US Army; U.S. Army GEN. Wallace H. Nutting, Commander in CHIEF, US Readiness Command; U.S. Air Force GEN. James V. Hartinger, Commander in CHIEF, Aerospace Defense Command; U.S. Navy Adm. William J. Crowe, Commander in CHIEF, US Pacific Command; U.S. Air Force GEN. Charles A. Gabriel, CHIEF of STAFF, U.S. Air Force; U.S. Army Bernard W. Rogers, Commander in CHIEF, US European Command; U.S. Army GEN. John W. Vessey, Jr., Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of STAFF; U.S. Air Force GEN. Bennie L. Davis, Commander in CHIEF, US Strategic Air Command; U.S. Navy Adm. James D. Watkins, CHIEF of Naval Operations; and U.S. Air Force GEN. Thomas M. Ryan, Commander in CHIEF, Military Airlift Command. OSD Package No. A07D-00347 (DOD PHOTO by Robert D. Ward) (Released)

Base: Pentagon

State: District Of Columbia (DC)

Country: United States Of America (USA)

Scene Camera Operator: Robert D. Ward, CIV

Release Status: Released to Public
Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

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