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My collection consists mainly of items from Generals and Admirals spanning from WWII to the early 1990's. Although I always have and still enjoy collecting, the part that I enjoy the most is being able to honor the men and women who once wore or owned the items that I have in displays at museums, veteran's events and other locations. I do these displays a few times a year with uniforms, medals, plaques and other items that belonged to these veterans. Below are some photos of a display that is currently up (and will stay up through June) at the Petaluma Community Center. If there are any questions or you want closer photos of anything, please let me know.

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Left to Right is:

 

-Admiral William Crowe, Jr. (Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff)

-General John Chain, Jr. (Commander, Strategic Air Command)

-Master Sergeant Llewellyn Chilson (Most Decorated Enlisted Veteran of WWII)

-Chief Torpedoman's Mate Harry Morris (Longest Serving Enlisted Veteran)

-General Fred K. Mahaffey (Commander, U.S. Readiness Command)

-Lt. General Sidney Berry (Superintendent of West Point)

-General Andrew Goodpaster (Superintendent of the U.S. Military Academy, Supreme Allied Commander, Europe and Deputy Commander of U.S. Military Assistance Command, Vietnam)

-Brigadier General Robert Raisch (Commander, Selfridge Air National Guard Base)

 

Will Twomey

In Honor of:

USA General John Wickham (1928-)

USAF Colonel Bernie Fisher MOH (1927-2014)

USMC Sergeant Al De Vito (Chosin Reservoir Survivor) (1926-)

USA Cpl. Macedonio Leyba (Bataan Death March survivor) (1917-2007)

 

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Admiral William Crowe, Jr. (left) served as the 11th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs under Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush. He was also Commander of the Middle East Force, Commander-in-Chief of Allied Forces Southern Europe, Commander-in-Chief of U.S. Naval Forces Europe, Commander-in-Chief of U.S. Pacific Command as well as Ambassador to the United Kingdom under President Clinton (after his retirement from the Navy). He served 43 years in the Navy and was later awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2000.

 

General John Chain, Jr. (right) was the Commander of the Strategic Air Command from 1986-1991. He has over 5,000 flying hours on over 45 different aircraft. He is also a Master Parachutist with over 66 jumps. He retired in 1991 after 34 years of service in the Air Force.

Will Twomey

In Honor of:

USA General John Wickham (1928-)

USAF Colonel Bernie Fisher MOH (1927-2014)

USMC Sergeant Al De Vito (Chosin Reservoir Survivor) (1926-)

USA Cpl. Macedonio Leyba (Bataan Death March survivor) (1917-2007)

 

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Admiral Crowe's visor and autobiography:

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Will Twomey

In Honor of:

USA General John Wickham (1928-)

USAF Colonel Bernie Fisher MOH (1927-2014)

USMC Sergeant Al De Vito (Chosin Reservoir Survivor) (1926-)

USA Cpl. Macedonio Leyba (Bataan Death March survivor) (1917-2007)

 

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Here are some plaques from Admiral Crowe (one given to him after retirement and the other one while serving):

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Will Twomey

In Honor of:

USA General John Wickham (1928-)

USAF Colonel Bernie Fisher MOH (1927-2014)

USMC Sergeant Al De Vito (Chosin Reservoir Survivor) (1926-)

USA Cpl. Macedonio Leyba (Bataan Death March survivor) (1917-2007)

 

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Master Sergeant Llewellyn Chilson (left) was the most decorated enlisted veteran of WWII. At the end of the war, despite all he had done, his highest award was a Purple Heart. President Truman personally awarded him 7 decorations at the White House in 1946. During that day, Truman said, "This is the most remarkable list of citations I have ever seen. For any one of these, this young man is entitled to all the country has to offer. These ought to be worth a Medal of Honor---that's what I think about it.", but even after two nominations, he was denied the medal and is given little credit for the service he gave his country. He retied a Master Sergeant and was awarded three Distinguished Service Crosses, three Silver Stars, a Legion of Merit, two Bronze Stars, two Purple Hearts along with other awards. It is one of the highlights of my collection and I hope that my displays help people learn about this hero.

 

His second Distinguished Service Cross Citation reads:

The President of the United States of America, authorized by Act of Congress, July 9, 1918, takes pleasure in presenting a Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster in lieu of a Second Award of the Distinguished Service Cross to Technical Sergeant Llewellyn M. Chilson (ASN: 35112223), United States Army, for extraordinary heroism in connection with military operations against an armed enemy while serving with Company G, 179th Infantry Regiment, 45th Infantry Division, in action against enemy forces on 25 April 1945, in Germany. When the enemy opened up with 20-mm. guns on the company's positions shortly after entering the town of Meilenholen, Germany, Sergeant Chilson quickly observed their positions and moved a jeep, armed with a machine gun, to the middle of the street and opened fire. In the ensuing action, he personally knocked out two flak guns, one 88-mm. gun, rendered another 88-mm. useless by knocking out it's crew and killed approximately 40 enemy riflemen. When our reconnaissance troops advanced to take the town of Zell, they were halted by 20-mm. flak fire. Sergeant Chilson quickly mounted a motorcycle, abandoned by the enemy and riding in front of the reconnaissance troop located six more 20-mm. guns. One flak gun opened fire on him from a distance of about 50 yards and his motorcycle was shot from under him. He hit the dirt, rolled over, jumped to his feet, and ran directly towards the gun position and threw a grenade. This action killed three members of the enemy crew and knocked out the gun. Returning to the lead tank, he directed their fire upon the remaining five flak guns which were subsequently destroyed. Sergeant Chilson has always been an inspiration to the men of his company and his intrepid actions, personal bravery and zealous devotion to duty exemplify the highest traditions of the military forces of the United States and reflect great credit upon himself, the 45th Infantry Division, and the United States Army.

 

Here is a video of MSG Chilson at the White House:

 

 

 

 

Chief Torpedoman's Mate Harry Morris (center) served from 1903-1958 in the Navy, making him the longest serving enlisted veteran. According to current regulations, his record will never be broken. He enlisted at 15 years old in 1903 and retired at age 70 in 1958. In additions to serving on a wide variety of ships, he was part of the Great White Fleet and even founded the Great White Fleet Association. The Great White Fleet consisted of 16 battleships that went on a cruise around the world. He was awarded medals from nearly every country and passed away at age 88 in 1975.

 

General Fred Mahaffey (right) served as Commander in Chief, U.S. Readiness Command from 1985-1986 before having his career cut short by cancer. He served in Vietnam in the 9th Infantry Division and in 1975 commanded the 2nd Brigade of the 101st Airborne Division (before being succeeded by then Colonel Colin Powell). He commanded the 3rd Infantry Division in the early 1980's before being promoted to General in 1985 at age 51 (a year before his death.) He received 3 Silver Stars (all of which were for actions during the Vietnam War. He is currently buried at Arlington National Cemetery. Colin Powell once said that he was, "supposed to replace Colonel Fred Mahaffey, the fastest of fast burners, another DePuy protégé, the officer most of us expected to become Army Chief of Staff someday (until his untimely death)."

 

 

Will Twomey

In Honor of:

USA General John Wickham (1928-)

USAF Colonel Bernie Fisher MOH (1927-2014)

USMC Sergeant Al De Vito (Chosin Reservoir Survivor) (1926-)

USA Cpl. Macedonio Leyba (Bataan Death March survivor) (1917-2007)

 

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Here is a photo of the majority of the items that I have from General Mahaffey. It consists of flags, ribbons, plaques, photos and a large grouping of letters from Generals such as Colin Powell and Norman Schwarzkopf and other items from the general.

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Will Twomey

In Honor of:

USA General John Wickham (1928-)

USAF Colonel Bernie Fisher MOH (1927-2014)

USMC Sergeant Al De Vito (Chosin Reservoir Survivor) (1926-)

USA Cpl. Macedonio Leyba (Bataan Death March survivor) (1917-2007)

 

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Lieutenant General Sidney Berry (left) was the 50th Superintendent of the United States Military Academy and held that position at the time that women were first admitted. He served in the Korean and Vietnam wars and held positions such as Commander of the 101st Airborne Division, V Corps and U.S. Army Europe. He was awarded two Distinguished Service Medals, four Silver Stars, four Legions of Merit, two Purple Hearts, 42 Air Medals as well as numerous other awards.

 

General Andrew Goodpaster (center) was the 51st Superintendent of the United States Military Academy as well as Commander of the 8th Infantry Division, Deputy Commander of MACV, Commander-in-Chief of USEUCOM and Supreme Allied Commander of NATO Forces. He began his career in WWII (where he was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross by General Dwight Eisenhower). After the war, he was Staff Secretary and Defense Liaison Officer to President Eisenhower. He was then an advisor to Presidents Johnson, Nixon and Carter. He retired in 1974 and was awarded Distinguished Service Medals from the branch heads of the Army, Navy and Air Force. In 1977, he returned to become the Superintendent of West Point. In 1984, President Ronald Reagan awarded Goodpaster the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

 

-The ribbon bar on the uniform is not Goodpaster's, but everything else is original.

 

Here is a video describing his service:

 

Brigadier General Robert Raisch joined the Holloway V-S program in 1947 before being commissioned in the USMC Reserve in 1951. He has the command of Selfridge Air National Guard Base created for and because of him. He also served in the Korean war and was awarded two Distinguished Flying Crosses. He retired in 1980 as a Brigadier General.

 

 

 

Will Twomey

In Honor of:

USA General John Wickham (1928-)

USAF Colonel Bernie Fisher MOH (1927-2014)

USMC Sergeant Al De Vito (Chosin Reservoir Survivor) (1926-)

USA Cpl. Macedonio Leyba (Bataan Death March survivor) (1917-2007)

 

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Thanks for the comments! Here is the formal uniform of Rear Admiral Maurice Rindskopf. He was the youngest Fleet Submarine commander of WWII and the last surviving WWII submarine commander. He served on the U.S.S. Drum during 11 patrols (2 as commanding officer). During this time, he was awarded the Navy Cross and Silver Star. His Navy Cross citation reads:

 

The President of the United States of America takes pleasure in presenting the Navy Cross to Commander Maurice Herbert Rindskopf (NSN: 0-81027), United States Navy, for extraordinary heroism in the line of his profession as Commanding Officer of the U.S.S. DRUM (SS-228), on the ELEVENTH War Patrol of that submarine during the period 9 September 1944 to 8 November 1944, in enemy controlled waters of the Luzon Straits in the Philippine Islands. Through his daring, aggressive spirit and tenacity, Commander Rindskopf skillfully launched well-planned and smartly executed attacks which resulted in the sinking of enemy ships totaling over 24,000 tons and in damaging additional vessels totaling over 8,000 tons. Through his experience and sound judgment Commander Rindskopf brought his ship safely back to port. His conduct throughout was an inspiration to his officers and men and in keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service.

 

After he left the U.S.S. Drum, it did not sink another ship in WWII. After the war, he commanded the U.S.S. Sea Cat and the U.S.S. Fulton. He also served as Director of Naval Intelligence and Assistant Chief of Staff of Intelligence for the Commander in Chief, U.S. Pacific Fleet before retiring in 1972.

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Will Twomey

In Honor of:

USA General John Wickham (1928-)

USAF Colonel Bernie Fisher MOH (1927-2014)

USMC Sergeant Al De Vito (Chosin Reservoir Survivor) (1926-)

USA Cpl. Macedonio Leyba (Bataan Death March survivor) (1917-2007)

 

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Read Admiral Rindskopf with Admiral John McCain, Jr.

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Back of the uniform:

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Will Twomey

In Honor of:

USA General John Wickham (1928-)

USAF Colonel Bernie Fisher MOH (1927-2014)

USMC Sergeant Al De Vito (Chosin Reservoir Survivor) (1926-)

USA Cpl. Macedonio Leyba (Bataan Death March survivor) (1917-2007)

 

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In honor of the 70th anniversary of D-Day yesterday, here is the dress hat of General of the Army Omar Bradley. He served as commander of all U.S. forces invading Germany from the west in WWII (which consisted of 1.3 million men). After WWII, he was the head of the Veteran's Administration and Chief of Staff of the Army. He then became the first Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and was later awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom. He was the last person to be given a 5-star rank. If anyone would like photos of another angle, please let me know.

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Will Twomey

In Honor of:

USA General John Wickham (1928-)

USAF Colonel Bernie Fisher MOH (1927-2014)

USMC Sergeant Al De Vito (Chosin Reservoir Survivor) (1926-)

USA Cpl. Macedonio Leyba (Bataan Death March survivor) (1917-2007)

 

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This is one of my favorite items. It it the Medal of Honor ribbon bar of Major General James Livingston. He was commissioned in June 1962 as a Second Lieutenant in the Marine Corps and was awarded the Medal of Honor for actions with the 4th Marines in 1968. He later commanded the Marine Forces reserve before retiring in 1995.

 

His Medal of Honor Citation reads:

For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty while serving as Commanding Officer, Company E, Second Battalion, Fourth Marines, Ninth Marine Amphibious Brigade in action against enemy forces in the Republic of Vietnam. On 2 May 1968, Company E launched a determined assault on the heavily fortified village of Dai Do, which had been seized by the enemy on the preceding evening isolating a Marine company from the remainder of the battalion. Skillfully employing screening agents, Captain Livingston maneuvered his men to assault positions across 500 meters of dangerous open rice paddy while under intense enemy fire. Ignoring hostile rounds impacting near him, he fearlessly led his men in a savage assault against enemy emplacements within the village. While adjusting supporting arms fire, Captain Livingston moved to the points of heaviest resistance, shouting words of encouragement to his Marines, directing their fire, and spurring the dwindling momentum of the attack on repeated occasions. Although twice painfully wounded by grenade fragments, he refused medical treatment and courageously led his men in the destruction of over 100 mutually supporting bunkers, driving the remaining enemy from their positions, and relieving the pressure on the stranded Marine company. As the two companies consolidated positions and evacuated casualties, a third company passed through the friendly lines launching an assault on the adjacent village of Dinh To, only to be halted by a furious counterattack of an enemy battalion. Swiftly assessing the situation and disregarding the heavy volume of enemy fire, Captain Livingston boldly maneuvered the remaining effective men of his company forward, joined forces with the heavily engaged Marines, and halted the enemy's counterattack. Wounded a third time and unable to walk, he steadfastly remained in a dangerously exposed area, deploying his men to more tenable positions and supervising the evacuation of casualties. Only when assured of the safety of his men did he allow himself to be evacuated. Captain Livingston's gallant actions uphold the highest traditions of the Marine Corps and the United States Naval Service.

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Will Twomey

In Honor of:

USA General John Wickham (1928-)

USAF Colonel Bernie Fisher MOH (1927-2014)

USMC Sergeant Al De Vito (Chosin Reservoir Survivor) (1926-)

USA Cpl. Macedonio Leyba (Bataan Death March survivor) (1917-2007)

 

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Captain Livingston:

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Receiving the Medal of Honor from President Nixon:

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Major General Livingston:

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Also, here is a great video about the actions that earned him the medal:

 

Will Twomey

In Honor of:

USA General John Wickham (1928-)

USAF Colonel Bernie Fisher MOH (1927-2014)

USMC Sergeant Al De Vito (Chosin Reservoir Survivor) (1926-)

USA Cpl. Macedonio Leyba (Bataan Death March survivor) (1917-2007)

 

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General of the Army Omar Bradley wearing the hat shown in post #14:

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Will Twomey

In Honor of:

USA General John Wickham (1928-)

USAF Colonel Bernie Fisher MOH (1927-2014)

USMC Sergeant Al De Vito (Chosin Reservoir Survivor) (1926-)

USA Cpl. Macedonio Leyba (Bataan Death March survivor) (1917-2007)

 

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Very nice collection and well displayed! I'm happy to see you own the Harry Morris uniform, I was ready to bid on it but I was in a meeting when the auction company called. Outstanding uniforms and great representations of different branches of the military!

jm1244@gmail.com

Always looking for General Officer Items, Special Forces Uniforms, Colt 1911's, M1 Garands.

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James39,

 

Thanks for the comment! I'm glad that you like the display.

Will Twomey

In Honor of:

USA General John Wickham (1928-)

USAF Colonel Bernie Fisher MOH (1927-2014)

USMC Sergeant Al De Vito (Chosin Reservoir Survivor) (1926-)

USA Cpl. Macedonio Leyba (Bataan Death March survivor) (1917-2007)

 

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This is a grouping of framed medals given to General Bryce Poe II when he was a Lt. General in 1976. Please know that these are not his original medals, but were given to him by the non-commisioned officers of the 50th Tactical Fighter Wing on that date. General Poe was Commander of the Air Force Logistics Command (1978-1981).

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Will Twomey

In Honor of:

USA General John Wickham (1928-)

USAF Colonel Bernie Fisher MOH (1927-2014)

USMC Sergeant Al De Vito (Chosin Reservoir Survivor) (1926-)

USA Cpl. Macedonio Leyba (Bataan Death March survivor) (1917-2007)

 

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Closeup of the plaque:

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General Poe:

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Will Twomey

In Honor of:

USA General John Wickham (1928-)

USAF Colonel Bernie Fisher MOH (1927-2014)

USMC Sergeant Al De Vito (Chosin Reservoir Survivor) (1926-)

USA Cpl. Macedonio Leyba (Bataan Death March survivor) (1917-2007)

 

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Will Twomey

In Honor of:

USA General John Wickham (1928-)

USAF Colonel Bernie Fisher MOH (1927-2014)

USMC Sergeant Al De Vito (Chosin Reservoir Survivor) (1926-)

USA Cpl. Macedonio Leyba (Bataan Death March survivor) (1917-2007)

 

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General of the Army Omar Bradley wearing the hat shown in post #14:

 

 

Possibly not. They have two very distinctively different badges. Your's appears to have a nice early Luxenberg style badge. The one in the photo has the more standard "modern" style. No doubt someone of General Bradley's position had more than one hat, especially given the fact he would have been wearing general officer blue uniforms for over 30 years. Yours could be one of his earlier hats.

Outstanding collection you have there.

Kurt

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Possibly not. They have two very distinctively different badges. Your's appears to have a nice early Luxenberg style badge. The one in the photo has the more standard "modern" style. No doubt someone of General Bradley's position had more than one hat, especially given the fact he would have been wearing general officer blue uniforms for over 30 years. Yours could be one of his earlier hats.

Outstanding collection you have there.

Kurt

 

Kurt,

 

Thanks for the information and for visiting the thread. I have plenty of provenance on the hat, but now that you point that out I agree that it is not that exact one. What time period would you date it?

Will Twomey

In Honor of:

USA General John Wickham (1928-)

USAF Colonel Bernie Fisher MOH (1927-2014)

USMC Sergeant Al De Vito (Chosin Reservoir Survivor) (1926-)

USA Cpl. Macedonio Leyba (Bataan Death March survivor) (1917-2007)

 

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Here is the flight suit of General John Chain (Commander, SAC)

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Will Twomey

In Honor of:

USA General John Wickham (1928-)

USAF Colonel Bernie Fisher MOH (1927-2014)

USMC Sergeant Al De Vito (Chosin Reservoir Survivor) (1926-)

USA Cpl. Macedonio Leyba (Bataan Death March survivor) (1917-2007)

 

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