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Douglas MacArthur
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U.S. general who served as chief of staff and commanded Allied forces in the South Pacific during World War II; accepted the surrender of Japan and oversaw its occupation; commanded in Korea until Truman removed him (1880-1964)
  • 'And instead of going out like a dignified guy that took a pratfall in a mudpuddle, everyone laughing at him, he goes out like Douglas MacArthur, saying old soldiers never die, they just fade away.

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