Even the brick and re-enforced concrete structures were not immune to the B-29 bombings in Tokyo, Japan. From: Scrapbook presented to Postmaster General Robert E. Hannegan on the occasion of his visit to General Headquarters U. S. Army Forces, Pacific in Tokyo, Japan, July 1946.
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Earl D. Johnson (right) takes the oath of office as Assistant Secretary of the Army from Frank Pace Jr., Secretary of the Army.
Stephen T. Early, Under Secretary of Defense, is administered the oath of office by Louis Johnson, Secretary of Defense, during ceremonies at the Pentagon. Looking on are Mrs. Early (center), and General Omar N. Bradley, Chief of Staff, JSA (right).
A procession of honorary pallbearers follows the casket of Stephen T. Early prior to the burial in Arlington National Cemetery
Honorary pallbearers follow the remains of Stephen T. Early as they proceed to the grave site in Arlington National Cemetery where full military honors were accorded the late Deputy Secretary of Defense. Shown among the pallbearers are Fred Vinson (front row, dark suit) and Frank Pace second behind the man in the light suit.
Gordon Gray ( right), former Secretary of the Army and now President of the University of North Carolina, is sworn in as Director of the new Psychological Strategy Board. President Harry S. Truman is present at the ceremony. Frank K. Sanderson (left) administers the oath. The Board was set up to coordinate the activities of all government agencies in directing nonmilitary aspects of the Cold War.
Portrait of Anna M. Rosenberg, Assistant Secretary of Defense, at her desk in the Pentagon.
Portrait of Stephen T. Early, Under Secretary of Defense.
Portrait of Secretary of Defense Robert A. Lovett at his desk at the Pentagon.
Portrait of George C. Marshall, third Secretary of Defense.
Portrait of William C. Foster, Deputy Secretary of Defense, at his desk at the Pentagon.