Role of the White House Military Aide
This program was part of “White House Week” programming and is available on a White House Video Collection DVD set at c-span.org/products
Alan Merten, former White House military aide from 1965-66, spoke about his experiences at the White House during the Johnson administration, the role of the military staff, and coordinating official events at the president’s residence.
People in this video
- Mark Farkas Executive Producer C-SPAN->History
Alan G. Merten President George Mason University
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