general thomas herren played a great deal of roles serving the united states military. thomas
herren was the lieutenant general from 1895-1985, 1936-1942 he was the instructor at calvory school, and for a year after
that he was the comanding officer of the 106th calvory regiment. from 1944 through 1945 he was the assisting commanding general
of the 70th division. 1945-1946 he was the deputy chief of staff of the 4th army.it seems that the roles he played never end
and they dont end there; from 1950-1952 he was the commanding general military discrtict of washington. then from 1954-1957
he was the commanding general of the first army.
in 1957 this amazing contributor to our country retired.
i had never heard of this man before this research, he did a great deal of hard work in all of his years serving in the military.
thomas herren is a man that should not go unnoticed.