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KN-C29255. President John F. Kennedy Inspects Military Troops and Equipment at Fliegerhorst Kaserne in Hanau, Germany

KN-C29255
KN-C29255. President John F. Kennedy Inspects Military Troops and Equipment at Fliegerhorst Kaserne in Hanau, Germany
25 June 1963
President John F. Kennedy (center, wearing sunglasses) inspects military equipment during his visit to Fliegerhorst Kaserne in Hanau, West Germany (Federal Republic). Standing right of President Kennedy (L-R): Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army, General Earle G. Wheeler; Commanding General of V Corps, Lieutenant General John H. Michaelis (in foreground); U.S. Army in Europe Project Officer, Colonel Frank Meszar; Military Aide to the President, General Chester V. Clifton; two unidentified persons; Commander in Chief of U.S. Air Forces in Europe, General Truman H. Landon; Commander in Chief of the U.S. Army in Europe, General Paul L. Freeman, Jr.
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Robert Knudsen. White House Photographs. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston
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President (1961-1963 : Kennedy). Office of the Naval Aide to the President. (1961 - 1963)
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