Major accomplishments: Bureau of Operations, Nov. 1, 1959-Oct. 31, 1960.

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A handful of U.S. servicemen, all recovering alcoholics stationed at U.S. Army Base I Munich after the end of World War Major accomplishments: Bureau of Operations, take on the responsibility of 1959-Oct.

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As Commander-in-Chief, the President of the United States never gives up command authority over U.S. troops. The Coast Guard, which had operated as a service under the Navy since November 1,was returned to the Treasury Department, pursuant to Executive Orderdated Decem The International Load Lines Convention, which had been suspended since August 9,was restored to full effectiveness by a Presidential.

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