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Alexander Haig, 1924-2010

Haig, born in Philadelphia, graduated from West Point, served in Korea and Vietnam and became an Army general in 1973. Here is a look at his career in public service.

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Soldier-statesman was high-profile aide to presidents
Article | Retired Army Gen. Alexander Haig, who held influential positions in the U.S. military and government and who as White House chief of staff shepherded Richard M. Nixon toward peacefully resigning the presidency, died Saturday at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore of complications from an infection....

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