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Thomas Tweed Interview Notes June 7, 1962
Pogue notes that Tweed had been a hunting companion of Marshall, Bradley, and others. From western North Carolina, Tweed enlisted in the Army in 1915. He was at Ft. Benning, GA from 1919 until 1946. While there, he was game warden and helped train hounds. He describes how Marshall liked to ride, but did not participate in hunts at Benning. He remembers Marshall as kind to his family and how, as Chief of Staff, asked Tweed be promoted so he could retire at full pay.
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