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English: en:Leonard Wood, Colonel of US Volunteers' field jacket and hat worn in Cuba during the en:Spanish-American War. While serving as an Assistant Surgeon in the Apache Campaign of the summer of 1886, Wood was awarded the Medal of Honor. In 1895, he was the White House Physician to President Grover Cleveland. He began his long friendship with Theodore Roosevelt during his years in Washington. Following the war, he served as Military Governor of Cuba until 1902. As a Brigadier General he fought the Moros during the Philippine Insurrection in 1904 and less than a year later he was named Army Chief of Staff by President William Howard Taft. In less than a decade, he had jumped from a Captain in the Medical Corps to the highest post in the Army.
Source - US National Museum of American History, Armed Forces History, Division of History of Technology.
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- 2006-03-08 19:03 SimonATL 259×300×??? (10248 bytes) Leonard Wood, Colonel of US Volunteers' field jacket and hat worn in Cuba during the [[Spanish-American War]]. While serving as an Assistant Surgeon in the Apache Campaign of the summer of 1886, Wood was awarded the Medal of Honor. In 1895, he was the Whi
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