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The Joint Chiefs of Staff are the principal military advisers of the President, the National Security Council, and the Secretary of Defense. They constitute the immediate military staff of the Secretary 43 of Defense, serving in the chain of command that extends from the President to the Secretary of Defense, through the Joint Chiefs of Staff, to the commanders of unified and specified commands. The chain of command to the Chief or Director of the Defense Atomic Support Agency, the Defense Communications Agency, and the Defense Intelligence Agency also runs from the Secretary of Defense through the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Itemized inventory in collection. 85. Curry, John F, Maj. Gen. , AAF in Mediterranean (1944-1945). Clippings, articles, books, speeches, and two oral history tapes. 86. , Col. (1894) 2 boxes Papers, reports compiled during World War II, Europe. Photos of aerial reconnaissance, Europe. 87. , Maj. Gen. (1879-1967) 1 box Chief of Air Corps (1931-1935). Correspondence, photos, clippings, memorabilia including certificates, licenses, medals, and awards. Three oral history tapes. 88. Gimbel, Richard, Col.
Records of the Office of the Judge Advocate RG No. 153 General (Army) The Judge Advocate General's Department was established by an act of Congress on 5 July 1884, although there had been a judge advocate in the Army as early as 1775. As the Army assumed responsibilities over military aviation, all legal matters, courts-martial, and regulations were handled by the Judge Advocate General of the Army. This maintained until the services separated in 1947. The records consist of general correspondence and office files, courts-martial and investigatory records prior to 1947, including the "Billy" Mitchell case.
A guide to documentary sources by Lawrence J Paszek