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[[newspaper clipping]] [[page cut off]]ther and Son Rise to Highest Rank in U.S. Army [[6 Images of Davis Sr. and Jr. in Military Uniforms]] [[page cut off]] vises, Brig. Gen. Benjamin O. Davis Sr., and his son, Col. B.O. Davis Jr., commander of the 332nd Fighter Group, may be the only [[page cut off]] in America to produce two generals if young Davis is promoted to the rank of brigadier general as reported. Here is a pictorial review [[page cut off]] Davises' climb up the military ladder. On left, Davis Sr., as a colonel; at top center, the father as a cadet at the Old M Street High [[page cut off]] (Washington; and below as brigadier general. On the right, at top is Col. Davis, the son, as a lieutenant shortly after graduation [[page cut off]] West Point, and below, young Davis during his training days at West Point. (See front page story and picture for more details). [[/newspaper clipping]] NASM PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPY - 19 APRIL 2001
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