1936-1937 Army Navy #785-94

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  1. # 785S - Army-Navy Set of 10

    # 785S - Army-Navy Set of 10 - 785-794

    This set of ten honors our nation's military heroes. The set includes tributes to the Army and Naval Academies as well as commanders from the American Revolution, War of 1812, Spanish-American War, and the American Civil War. Scott 785S Army-Navy Set of 10

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  2. # 785 - 1¢ Washington & Greene

    # 785 - 1¢ Washington & Greene

    Generals Washington and Greene are pictured next to Mount Vernon, Washington's home. When the American Revolution began, Greene was a militia private, the lowest rank possible. By the end of the war, Greene was one of Washington's most trusted advisors and generals. Scott 785 Washington & Greene

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  3. # 786 - 2¢ Jackson & Scott

    # 786 - 2¢ Jackson & Scott

    Both Generals Jackson and Scott commanded forces in the War of 1812. Following the war, Jackson became the seventh President of the United States. Scott went on to have one of the most distinguished careers in the history of the United States Army. Over the course of his fifty year career, Scott commanded forces in five major American engagements, serving on active duty as a general longer than any other man in American history. Scott 786 Jackson & Scott

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  4. # 787 - 3¢ Sherman, Grant & Sheridan

    # 787 - 3¢ Sherman, Grant & Sheridan

    Three storied Union Generals! William Tecumseh Sherman received recognition for his outstanding command of military strategy and later became one of the first Civil War generals to publish a memoir. Ulysses S. Grant went on to become the 18th President of the United States. General Philip Sheridan went on to command troops in the Indian Wars. Scott 787 Sherman, Grant, & Sheridan

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  5. # 788 - 4¢ Lee & Jackson

    # 788 - 4¢ Lee & Jackson

    At the start of the Civil War the Confederacy had a wealth of superb military generals. Best known for commanding the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia, Robert E. Lee was one of the most brilliant and respected officers on both sides of the American Civil War. "Stonewall" Jackson, perhaps the best known Confederate General after Lee, is considered one of the most gifted tacticians in U.S. history. Scott 788 Lee & Jackson

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  6. # 789 - 5¢ West Point

    # 789 - 5¢ West Point

    The United States Military Academy, located at West Point, New York, is the oldest of the United States' five service academies. West Point's alumni include two Presidents of the United States and seventy-four Medal of Honor recipients. Scott 789 West Point

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  7. # 790 - 1¢ Jones & Barry

    # 790 - 1¢ Jones & Barry

    The "Fathers of the American Navy"! John Paul Jones famously fought in British waters during the American Revolution. John Barry became the first American commissioned naval officer on February 22, 1797, when he was issued Commission Number 1 by President George Washington. Scott 790 Jones & Barry

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  8. # 791 - 2¢ Decatur & MacDonough

    # 791 - 2¢ Decatur & MacDonough

    Two distinguished American Naval officers of the War of 1812. Commodore Stephen Decatur was the youngest man to reach the rank of captain in the history of the United States Navy and became known as the "Conqueror of the Barbary Pirates". MacDonough won a decisive victory at the Battle of Lake Champlain, sealing his place in American Naval History. Scott 791 Decatur & MacDonough

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  9. # 792 - 3¢ Faragut & Porter

    # 792 - 3¢ Faragut & Porter

    This stamp honors two American Civil War Naval officers. David Farragut went down in history when, on August 5, 1864, he won the Battle of Mobile Bay. When warned that the Bay was heavily mined Farragut issued his famous order, "Damn the torpedoes! Full speed ahead!" David Porter, Farragut's adoptive brother, won fame in the War of 1812 as commander of the USS Essex. Porter would later be court-martialed and serve as the commander-in-chief of the Mexican Navy. Scott 792 Farragut & Porter

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  10. # 793 - 4¢ Sampson, Dewey & Schley

    # 793 - 4¢ Sampson, Dewey & Schley

    William Sampson, a celebrated American Naval officer of the Spanish-American War, is known for his victory in the Battle of Santiago de Cuba. George Dewey commanded American forces at the Battle of Manila Bay, a near-flawless victory (one man died from heat stroke). Winfield Scott Schley was widely seen by the public as the hero of the Battle of Santiago de Cuba and is memorialized in the lobby of the Maryland state house. Scott 793 Sampson, Dewey & Schley

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  11. # 794 - 5¢ Naval Academy

    # 794 - 5¢ Naval Academy

    The United States Naval Academy, commonly referred to as "Annapolis", is one of the five U.S. Service Academies. Annapolis commissions officers of the United States Navy and Marine Corps. Established on October 10, 1845, the school replaced the system of educating Naval officers through an apprenticeship at sea. Scott 794 Naval Academy

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