Warren B. Rudman to Receive Marshall Medal
The Association of the U.S. Army has selected Warren B. Rudman as the recipient of this year's George Catlett Marshall Medal, the association's highest honor. It will be presented at the George Catlett Marshall Dinner at AUSA's Annual Meeting in October.
Gen. Gordon R. Sullivan, U.S. Army retired and president of AUSA, said of Mr. Rudman: "For over half a century-since entering the Army in 1952 as a boots-on-the-ground second lieutenant combat leader in Korea, Warren Bruce Rudman has been a man with a mission and a vision-to enhance and improve the national security and national defense posture of the United States."
Born in Boston, Mass., Mr. Rudman attended Valley Forge …
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