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" Army under a single commander subordinate to him ; but in time of peace and under ordi34 nary conditions the administration and control of the Army are effected without any second in command. The President's command is exercised through the Secretary... "
General Staff Corps: Laws, Regulations, Orders, and Memoranda Relating to ... - Page 35
by United States. War Dept. General Staff - 1912 - 39 pages
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General Orders

United States. War Department - 1903
...the whole Army under a single commander subordinate to him; but in time of peace and under ordinary conditions the administration and control of the Army...affairs. He directly represents the President and if bound always to act in conformity to the President's instrnc tions. Under the law and the decisions...
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Annual Reports of the Secretary of War, Volume 1

United States. War Department - 1908
...the whole Army under a single commander subordinate to him; but in time of peace and under ordinary conditions the administration and control of the Army are effected without any second in command. The President,s command is exercised through the Secretary of War and the Chief of Staff. The Secretary...
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The World's Work, Volume 30

1915
...one hand he is the channel through which the President's chief command of the Army is exercised; he is charged with carrying out the policies of the President in military affairs; his acts are the President's acts and his directions and orders are the President's directions and...
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Military and Naval America

Harrison Summers Kerrick - United States - 1916 - 404 pages
...Corps as set forth in table on back of military and naval map. The President's command of the Army is exercised through the Secretary of War and the Chief of Staff. The Chief of Staff reports to the Secretary of War, acts as his military adviser, receives from him directions...
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Complete United States Infantry Guide for Officers and Noncommissioned ...

United States. War Department - 1917 - 2074 pages
...the whole Army under a single commander subordinate to him ; but in time of peace and under ordinary conditions the administration and control of the Army...Secretary of War Is charged with carrying out the policies "f the President in military affairs. He directly represents the President and is bonnd always to act...
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Annual Reports of the Secretary of War, Volume 1

United States. War Department - 1918
...the whole Army under a single commander subordinate to him ; but in time of peace and under ordinary conditions the administration and control of the Army...exercised through the Secretary of War and the Chief of Stuff. The Secretary of War Is charged with carrying out the policies of the President in military...
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MILITARY AND NAVAL AMERICA

HARRISON S. KERRICK - 1918
...Staff Corps as set forth in Army chart in pouch of back cover. The President's command of the Army is exercised through the Secretary of War and the Chief of Staff. The Chief of Staff reports to the Secretary of War, acts as his military adviser, receives from him directions...
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A Dictionary of Military Terms

Edward Samuel Farrow - Military art and science - 1918 - 682 pages
...advisory capacity in major problems and in the formation of departmental policies. It cooperates with the Secretary of War and the Chief of Staff. The Secretary of War is a member of the War Council. . War Cross. — A British decoration bestowed for specially meritorious...
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The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge, Volume 12

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1919
...place the whole army under a single commander subordinate to him; but in time of peace and ordinary conditions the administration and control of the army...Staff. The Secretary of War is charged with carrying put the policies of the President in military affairs. He directly represents the President and is...
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The Building of an Army: A Detailed Account of Legislation, Administration ...

John Dickinson - Legislation - 1922 - 396 pages
...United States rests with the constitutional commander-in-chief, the President. . . . Under ordinary conditions the administration and control of the army...secretary of war and the chief of staff. . . . The chief of staff reports to the secretary of war, acts as his military adviser, receives from him the...
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