ANDREWS, MARSHALL, 1899-1973

Biography:

Editor, reporter; operations analyst. ┬áBorn– June 15, 1899, Memphis, Tenn. Parents– Daniel Marshall and Adeline Baker (Van Court) Andrews. Married– Cora Wells Means, June 21, 1926 (died 1971). Children– Three. Married– Patricia Wilson. Education– Alabama Polytechnic Institute in 1917, 1919-1920. Employed as a reporter and editor for newspapers and press services in the Midwest and South, 1920-1937; aviation editor for the Washington Post, 1928-1931; military writer, 1939-1950; operations analyst with the U.S. Army, 1917-1919, 1930-1935, and 1943-1946 (attained rank of Captain); operations analyst, Johns Hopkins University. Member of the American Historical Association. Died August 1, 1973.

Source:

Who Was Who in America, Vol. 6.

Publication(s):

Our New Army. Boston; Little, Brown, 1942.

Disaster Through Air Power. New York; Rinehart, 1950.

Joint_Publication(s):

A Review of U. S. Historical Experience With Civil Affairs, 1776-1954. Bethesda, Md.; Operations Research Office, Johns Hopkins University, 1961.