FORT LEAVENWORTH, Kan. (AP) _ The Fort Leavenworth Hall of Fame has its first Marine inductee.
Marine Gen. Charles Krulak was inducted during a ceremony Thursday at the Lewis and Clark Center along with the late Army Gen. Michael S. Davison.
Both men were graduates of the Army's Command and General Staff College during their careers.
Krulak became the 31st commandant of the Marine Corps in 1995. He commanded a platoon and two companies during Vietnam.
Davison was a commander of Fort Leavenworth and commandant of the Command and General Staff College. He joined the Army in 1939, serving in World War II and Vietnam. In the early 1970s he oversaw the U.S. Army in Europe.
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