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AR6888-B. President John F. Kennedy Addresses the Audience at Veterans Day Ceremonies

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AR6888-B. President John F. Kennedy Addresses the Audience at Veterans Day Ceremonies
11 November 1961
President John F. Kennedy delivers remarks as part of Veterans Day ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia. Persons sitting on the stage behind President Kennedy include: Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara; Thomas Stirling, National Commander of the Legion of Valor; Representative Olin E. Teague (Texas); Military Aide to the President General Chester V. Clifton; George W. Ball, Under Secretary for Economic Affairs; General Thomas D. White; Secretary of the Air Force Eugene M. Zuckert; Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Lyman Lemnitzer; John S. Gleason, Administrator of Veterans Affairs; Commandant of the United States Marine Corps General David M. Shoup; and Under Secretary of the Navy Paul B. “Red” Fay.
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Abbie Rowe. White House Photographs. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston
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