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Pages: 40. Chapters: Union Army chaplains, United States Navy
chaplains, Arnold Resnicoff, B. H. Roberts, United States Navy
Chaplain Corps, John Ireland, Hiram Rhodes Revels, Paul R.
Cheesman, Henry Martin Tupper, Vincent Robert Capodanno, Lester L.
Westling, Jr., Eugene England, Louis Iasiello, William Richard
Arnold, Henry McNeal Turner, Selah Merrill, Joseph Twichell,
Herbert B. Maw, Charles Cardwell McCabe, Henry Christopher McCook,
Claus Lauritz Clausen, Horatio Stockton Howell, Chief of Chaplains
of the United States Army, William A. Pile, Joseph Brooks, Bernard
John McQuaid, Benjamin Franklin Whittemore, Benjamin Franklin
DeCosta, Henry Clay Trumbull, Edward Duffield Neill, Alva J.
Brasted, Orris E. Kelly, John James McCook, John Ellison Vassar,
Richard Eddy, Arthur Edwards, William Henry Locke. Excerpt: Arnold
E. Resnicoff (born 1946) is an American Conservative rabbi, a
decorated retired military officer and military chaplain, and a
consultant on leadership, values, and interreligious affairs to
military and civilian leaders. His military career began in the
rivers of Vietnam's Mekong Delta, followed by assignments with
Naval Intelligence in Europe, before his decision to attend
rabbinical school, at the urging of a Protestant Chaplain in
Vietnam. Following ordination as a rabbi, he served with the Navy
for almost 25 additional years as a U.S. Navy Chaplain. After
retiring from the military, his positions included appointments as
National Director of Interreligious Affairs for the American Jewish
Committee and Special Assistant (for Values and Vision) to the
Secretary (SECAF) and Chief of Staff (CSAF) of the United States
Air Force, serving at the equivalent military rank of Brigadier
General. He was part of the small group of Vietnam veterans who
fought for the creation of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial,
delivering the closing...
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