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Abshire, David Manker

Born: 1926 AD
Currently alive, at 93 years of age.

 1926 – Born on the 11th of April in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

1944 – He graduated from Baylor School.

1951 – He graduated from West Point, New York.

       – He fought in the  Korean War and was decorated as a company commander.

1959 – He received his doctorate in History from  Georgetown University.

1962 – He founded the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

1970 – He served as Assistant Secretary of State for Congressional Relations.

1974 – He was a member of the Murphy Commission.

1975 – He was the chairman of the U.S. Board of International Broadcasting.

1980 – He was asked by President-elect Reagan to head the National Security Group.

       – He served for nine years on the board of Proctor & Gamble.

1981 – He became a member of the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board.

1983 – He was appointed to oversee the deployment of Pershing and Cruise missiles.

       – He was given the Distinguished Public Service Medal.

1991 – He became a member of President’s Task Force on U.S. Government International

2002 – He was elected President of the Richard Lounsbery Foundation of New York.

2005 – He is a Republican and the author of six books.