29 Robert A. McClure, Chief, Psychological Warfare Division/SHAEF, Press Release, 25 May 1945, USASOC History Office Classified Files, Fort Bragg, NC. Among other responsibilities, the CA Division handled information operations conducted by military government units in occupied Germany, Austria, Japan, and Korea.40 From the New York branch, BG McClure directed the “reorientation and reeducation” of those countries, much as he had done as head of the ICD in Germany immediately after the war.41. 56 Central Intelligence Agency, “National Intelligence Estimate: Probable Developments in Iran Through 1953,” 13 November 1952, http://www.foia.cia.gov/docs/DOC_0000014050/DOC_0000014050.pdf link (accessed 1 June 2011), 7.

Chief of Staff of the United States Army, GEN Maxwell D. Taylor, told McClure that “your efforts have added greatly to the effectiveness of the Army and to the security of America. Those departments evaluated the latest commercial “off-the-shelf” radios, loudspeakers, and printing presses, and customized them for use by Army Psywar field units.51 The OCPW and the Psywar faculty at Fort Riley coordinated with the Gates Radio Company in Quincy, Illinois, to have students receive additional training on assembling, disassembling, repairing, and transporting radio towers. zergnet.src = (document.location.protocol == "https:" ? (r). McClure appeared in the 1976 film Freaky Friday.[1]. 43 Robert A. McClure, “In the Editor’s Mail,” New York Times, 20 June 1948, sec. have opened approximately sixty United States Information Centers to place before the native populations American books, magazines and newspapers, thereby broadening the outlook of these peoples .

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17 Paddock, “Robert Alexis McClure,” 2-3; McClure, Career Chronology.

When people asked MG McClure later why he got along so well with the Shah, his family remembered him saying “I just treated him like I treated [my son] Bob.” COL McClure and Betty Anne McClure interview, 22 February 2011; Central Intelligence Agency, “National Intelligence Estimate: Probable Developments in Iran Through 1954,” 10 November 1953, http://www.foia.cia.gov/docs/DOC_0000119711/DOC_0000119711.pdf link (accessed 1 June 2011), 7. 35 PWD/SHAEF, 83; Voelkl interview, 7 February 2011. mother.

Advertisement [2], He has made appearances in many television series, including Once an Eagle, Happy Days, Hunter, The Shield[episode needed][1] and Cold Case. Throughout the late-1940s, BG McClure diligently petitioned fellow senior officers to restore the Army’s Psywar capability.38 McClure’s repeated requests stalled because of GEN Eisenhower’s (Chief of Staff of the Army [CSA]) deference to James V. Forrestal, secretary of the newly created Defense Department. Real Name: Terri Marie McClure Nicknames: No known nicknames Location: Carson City, Nevada Date: January 14, 1983 Details: On Friday, January 14, 1983, thirty-eight-year-old Tim McClure was married in Lake Tahoe with his sixty-two-year-old mother, Terri McClure, by his side.

38 Within a year U.S. Army forces had dropped from 1.9 million to 290,000 personnel. Hereafter cited as PWD/SHAEF. ‘It has changed my entire outlook about people, my outlook about people has skyrocketed,’ McClure said of the donations at the time. brother. attack democracy as Hitler did.”34 He believed that anti-Nazi, anti-Communist Germans should be directly involved in the re-orientation of Germany.35. In January 1951, the PWD became a special staff element under the U.S. Army Chief of Staff. Bank, a WWII OSS operator, was selected by McClure to command and train a Special Forces Group (SFG) when OCPW received approval to activate one.52 LTG Samuel V. Wilson, a WWII veteran of the OSS and Merrill’s Marauders, recalled that McClure “was an excellent judge of talent, chose good men to work for him, gave them their charge, and stepped back to watch them carry it out.”53 Another challenge faced McClure: the AGS lacked appropriate staffing and Fort Riley lacked the facilities to accommodate both Psywar and UW students and courses. Both are crimes of the second degree. Finally, he had the foresight to convince the Army staff to slate manpower for SF. . In the first full month of demobilization the Army released about 650,000 officers and men, and within nine months it demobilized nearly 3,250,000 without seriously disturbing the American economy . McClure, 28, and D’Amico, 39, created a GoFundMe page in November 2017, claiming homeless drug addict Bobbitt spent his last $20 to fill up McClure’s empty gas tank after her car broke down on I-95 near Philadelphia. The war in Asia and Europe would have a major impact on McClure. In that letter McClure requested volunteers from his hometown, Madison, to join the company. In a matter of months, BG McClure and his OCPW had overseen the activation of numerous Psywar units, established a training school for Psywar officers and soldiers at Fort Riley, and had procured the latest technologies for use by field units.

Born in 1920, son Robert graduated from West Point in 1943 and retired as a colonel from the U.S. Air Force. Departments were established for each and Fort Bragg, North Carolina, became the location for the school. From “somewhere in Africa,” McClure assumed responsibility for Allied publicity and censorship in the Mediterranean Theater.21 In a letter to his wife, Marjory, McClure wrote: 21 Paddock, “Robert Alexis McClure,” 2. http://www.foia.cia.gov/docs/DOC_0000014050/DOC_0000014050.pdf, When people asked MG McClure later why he got along so well with the Shah, his family remembered him saying “I just treated him like I treated [my son] Bob.”, http://www.foia.cia.gov/docs/DOC_0000119711/DOC_0000119711.pdf. Because who can ever get enough of yet another Good Samaritan story to perk us all up? An officer in the Women’s Army Corps, CPT Pulis was BG McClure’s assistant in the ICD and his Assistant Executive Officer in the New York Field Office. Post-WWI demobilization caused the Army to downsize significantly.7 In the smaller interwar Army, career officers formed close relationships as they moved from command to staff positions and to the service schools. 59 Copies of citations in Folder “Awards from Iranian Government,” Box 1, Robert A. McClure papers, USAHEC. He is an actor, known for Back to the Future (1985), Superman (1978) and Superman II (1980). Troy McClure is a fictional character in the American animated sitcom The Simpsons.He was originally voiced by Phil Hartman and first appeared in the second season episode "Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment." 40 Esther Pulis Corcoran, My Memoirs (unpublished, 1998), 26, USASOC History Office Classified Files, Fort Bragg, NC. By the spring 1951 the Army staff had activated the 1st Loudspeaker and Leaflet (L&L) Company, the 2nd L&L, the 5th L&L, and the 1st Radio Broadcasting and Leaflet (RB&L) Group. Thomas McClure. Commanding the regimental headquarters company, McClure described it as “the most desirable assignment I have had.”12. 3, B; U.S. Special Operations Command, Program for the Commando Hall of Honor Induction Ceremony, 27 October 2010, USASOC History Office Classified Files, Fort Bragg, NC. 8 Paddock, McClure biography; Alfred H. Paddock, Jr., “Robert Alexis McClure: Forgotten Father of Army Special Warfare,” Special Warfare: The Professional Bulletin of the John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School, 12 (Fall 1999), 2; McClure, Career Chronology. . Individuals such as LTC Russell W. Volckmann and COLs Wendell Fertig and Aaron Bank developed plans and training methods for OCPW’s Special Forces Concept. BG McClure organized the New York Field Office to oversee periodicals, films, radio broadcasts, books, and other forms of cultural expression in the occupied countries.42 In June 1948, McClure wrote to the New York Times editor: 42 Alfred H. Paddock, “The Psychological Warfare Center and the Origins of Special Warfare,” in Special Forces Association, Special Forces: The First Fifty Years: The United States Army Special Forces, 1952-2002 (Tampa: Faircount, LLC, 2002), 328; LTC Ray J. Laux, U.S. Army Civil Affairs Division, Functions of the New York Field Office, 16 December 1947, Folder “Civil Affairs Division,” Box 1, Robert A. McClure papers, U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center (USAHEC), Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Marie McClure. http://www.nps.gov/fova/historyculture /index.htm. http://www.kolchak.org/history/general/history_pg1.htm. The 1st L&L Company fell under the Psychological Warfare Division, EUSA, headed by Colonel K. K. Hansen; the 5th L&L Company was assigned to Third Army in Heidelberg; and the 301st RB&L Group fell under U.S. Army, Europe (USAREUR). Garbage people. 5 McClure, Career Chronology; Edward M. Coffman, “The American 15th Infantry Regiment in China, 1912-1938: A Vignette in Social History,” The Journal of Military History 58 (January, 1994), 57-58. 4 W.H. Homeless man Johnny Bobbitt sues couple Kate McClure and Mark D’Amico who raised $545k to get him off the streets. father. McClure played Dave McFly, Marty McFly's older brother in the 1985 film Back to the Future, reuniting him with his I Wanna Hold Your Hand co-star Wendie Jo Sperber, and with writers Bob Gale and Robert Zemeckis, who wrote and directed that film, respectively. COL Robert D. McClure and Betty Anne McClure interview, interview by Jared Tracy, 22 February 2011, USASOC History Office Classified Files, Fort Bragg, NC. Marc McClure was born on March 31, 1957 in San Mateo, California, USA as Marc Allen McClure. .

Robert D. McClure, his parents were equestrians. 16 Though his career prospects were uncertain, he and his wife, Marjory, made the best of military life. Dana Mark McClure is known for his work on Frasier (1993), Friends (1994) and Coach (1989).