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Moore, Ned D.

    Date of birth:
    (Guthrie Center/Iowa, United States)
    Date of death:
    October 8th, 1992 (Kirkland/Washington, United States)
    American (1776 - present, Republic)


    Lieutenant Colonel Ned Moore served as Assistant Chief of Staff (G1) of the 101st Airborne Division in the period 15th September 1943 until 10th February 1945. Then he became the Chief of Staff until 7th May 1945. He was promoted to Colonel at 8th March 1945. In the period 8th December until 28th December 1944 (the Battle of the Bulge) he was also acting as Chief of Staff.
    Ned Moore, 85 years old, a Major General who retired in 1965 as commanding officer of Army forces in Alaska, died at 8 October 1992 of kidney failure and hepatitis at Fairfax Hospital Kirkland/Washington, United States.

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    • - Rapport, L., Northwood Jr., A, Rendezvous with Destiny A History of the 101st Airborne Division, The Battery Press, Nashville, USA, 2000 (reprint of the original 1948 edition not the later 1965 second edition)
      - The Washington Post, October 10th, 1992