Contains: biographical sketch; speeches and articles by Sibley on nuclear energy, flood control, military engineering and atomic energy etc. (1957-1967).
Born Jan. 3, 1922. Education: West Point (BS), 1929-33; Rhodes scholar, nuclear physics, Oxford (BS), 1936, (MA) 1943; The Engineer School, 1937-38; correspondence courses at the Engineer School, Command and General Staff College, Armed Forces Staff College, 1947; National War College, 1957. Career Summary: Commissioned Corps of Engineers, 1933-36; Engineer Battalion Commander, 1936-37; Military Aide to the President, 1937-38; Deputy Chief of Staff, Middle East Theater of Operations and Commanding Officer, Eritrea and Tripoli Commands, Colonel, 1942-43; Chief of Staff, Supreme Headquarters Allied Forces Europe Mission to France, Colonel, 1944-45; War Dept. General Staff and Office Secretary of the Army, Colonel, 1945-52; SHAPE-NATO, Paris, 1952-55.
National War College Faculty, Colonel, 1955-57; Division Engineer, New England, Brigadier General, 1957-60; Deputy Chief, U.S. Military Assistance Advisory Group, Viet Nam, Brigadier General, 1960-61; Deputy Chief of Engineers, Major General, 1961-62; Commanding General, U.S. Army Mobility Command, Major General, 1962-64; Deputy Chief of Staff Logistics, U.S. Army Europe, Major General, 1964-66; Commanding General, XI U.S. Army Corps, Major General, 1966-67; Deputy Commanding General, Fifth U.S. Army, Major General, 1967-1968; retired 1968.
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U.S. Army Military History Institute Carlisle Barracks, PA 17013-5008.