November 1936

Major General John H. Russell, U. S. M. C.

Volume 20, Issue 4

* On December first Major General John H. Russell, U. S. Marine Corps, will retire from active service, having attained the age of sixty-four years on the fourteenth of November.

This closes the active service of a distinguished officer who has figured prominently in the affairs of the Marine Corps throughout his career from second lieutenant to The Major General Commandant.

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