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Generals

There are thirty Generals called David.

  • David Agmon

    David Agmon (born 1947) was a Brigadier General in the Israel Defence Forces. Following his time in the IDF, Agmon served briefly as bureau chief for Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.... (extract from the wikipedia article on David Agmon)

  • David Dragunsky

    David Abramovich Dragunsky (Давид Абрамович Драгунский), (1910 Svyatsk - 1992 Moscow), was born to a Jewish family and became a Colonel General in the Soviet Army. Twice he was decorated as a Hero of the Soviet Union.... (extract from the wikipedia article on David Dragunsky)

  • David Leslie, Lord Newark

    David Leslie, Lord Newark (c. 1600-1682) was a cavalry officer and General in the English Civil War and Scottish Civil Wars.... (extract from the wikipedia article on David Leslie, Lord Newark)

  • David Lloyd Owen

    Major-General David Lanyon Lloyd Owen CB, DSO, OBE, MC (10 October 1917 – 5 April 2001) was a British soldier and writer. During World War II he commanded the Long Range Desert Group.... ( from the wikipedia article on David Lloyd Owen)

  • David Valentine Jardine Blake

    Major General David Valentine Jardine Blake (born 10 November 1887 in Parramatta - ???) was a notable member of the Australian Army in both World War I and World war II, rising to the rank of Major General.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on David Valentine Jardine Blake)

  • David Hicks (chaplain)

    Chaplain Major General David Hicks (born 1942) was United States Army Chief of Chaplains from 2003-2007. He was appointed to this position in August 2003, succeeding Gaylord Gunhus.... ( from the wikipedia article on David Hicks (chaplain))

  • David E. Twiggs

    David E. Twiggs is a General... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David E. Twiggs)

  • David Elazar

    David "Dado" Elazar (1925 – 1976), was the ninth Chief of Staff of the Israel Defense Forces, serving in that capacity from 1972 to 1974. He was forced to resign in the aftermath of the Yom Kippur War.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David Elazar)

  • David Ochterlony

    Sir David Ochterlony, 1st Baronet GCB (12 February 1758 – 15 July 1825) was a British general.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on David Ochterlony)

  • David Allan Walker

    Air Vice Marshal David Allan Walker OBE, MVO, FRAeS (born 14 July 1956) has been Master of the Household of the Royal Household of the Sovereign of the United Kingdom since 2005.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David Allan Walker)

  • David Cobb (Massachusetts)

    David Cobb (Massachusetts) is a General... ( from the wikipedia article on David Cobb (Massachusetts))

  • David Ivry

    David Ivry (born 1934) was the Israeli Ambassador to the United States from 2000 to 2002, and the ninth commander of the Israeli Air Force (IAF). In 1999, he was appointed first director of the Israeli National Security Council.... ( from the wikipedia article on David Ivry)

  • David Meriwether (representative)

    David Meriwether (April 10, 1755 – November 16, 1822) was a United States (U.S.... (extract from the wikipedia article on David Meriwether (representative))

  • David Evans (RAF officer)

    Air Chief Marshal Sir David George Evans GCB, CBE, RAF (born 1924) was a senior commander in the Royal Air Force.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David Evans (RAF officer))

  • David Murray-Lyon

    Major-General David Murrey Murray-Lyon, DSO & Bar, MC, (14 August 1890 – 4 February 1975) was an officer in the Indian Army. His final appointment was as the commanding officer of Indian 11th Infantry Division in Malaya until sacked by General Percival.... ( from the wikipedia article on David Murray-Lyon)

  • David Cousins

    Air Chief Marshal Sir David Cousins KCB AFC BA RAF is a retired senior Royal Air Force commander. He became the controller of the RAF Benevolent Fund before retiring in 2007.... (extract from the wikipedia article on David Cousins)

  • Paul David Manson

    Paul David Manson is a General... (extract from the wikipedia article on Paul David Manson)

  • David M. Brahms

    David M. Brahms is a retired Brigadier General who served in the United States Marine Corps.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David M. Brahms)

  • Sir David Baird, 1st Baronet

    Sir David Baird, 1st Baronet is a General... ( from the wikipedia article on Sir David Baird, 1st Baronet)

  • David Norvell Walker Grant

    Major General (Dr.) David Norvell Walker Grant (May 14, 1891 - August 15, 1964), Medical Corps, U.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David Norvell Walker Grant)

  • David Ximenes

    Lieutenant-General Sir David Ximenes KCH (1777 - 1848) was a British Army officer, magistrate and Berkshire landowner.... (extract from the wikipedia article on David Ximenes)

  • David Ejoor

    Major-General David Akpode Ejoor is a retired Nigerian policitian and military officer who was once governor of the now-defunct Mid-Western Region.. David Ejoor was the governor of the Mid-Western State of Nigeria, during the Biafra Civil War.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David Ejoor)

  • David Mark

    David Mark is a General... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on David Mark)

  • David Watson (general)

    David Watson (general) is a General... (extract from the wikipedia article on David Watson (general))

  • David A. Burchinal

    David A. Burchinal is a General... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David A. Burchinal)

  • David Hurley

    David Hurley is a General... ( from the wikipedia article on David Hurley)

  • David Morris (US Army officer)

    David A. Morris is an American Major General who serves as Deputy Director for Joint Capabilities Development and Director, Joint Reserve Directorate, US Joint Forces Command (USJFCOM).... ( from the wikipedia article on David Morris (US Army officer))

  • David Popescu (Brigadier-General)

    David Popescu (born 1886, died 1955) was the brigadier general of the 11th Infantry Division of the Romanian Armed Forces from January 1 1940 to August 31 1941. Before this, he served briefly as the Minister of Internal Affairs from July 4, 1940 to September 4, 1940.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on David Popescu (Brigadier-General))

  • David Nairashvili

    David Nairashvili () (born October 24, 1964) is a Georgian brigadier general (2008) and Deputy Chief of Joint Staff of the Georgian Armed Forces since September 2008.Deputy Chief of Joint Staff of the Georgian Armed Forces: David Nairashvili.... ( from the wikipedia article on David Nairashvili)

  • David Campbell (British Army officer)

    David Campbell (British Army officer) is a General... (extract from the wikipedia article on David Campbell (British Army officer))

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