Paul R. Ignatius

Paul R. Ignatius, a naval officer in World War II, was Secretary of the Navy from 1967 to 1969. During his eight years of service in the Kennedy and Johnson administrations, he was Under Secretary of the Army and Assistant Secretary of Defense. Following his government service, he became president of The Washington Post then served as president of the Air Transport Association, followed by board chairman of the Logistics Management Institute.

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