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Industrial College of the Armed Forces
also called Armed Forces Industrial College and has 2 more synonyms

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  1. a U.S. military educational institution tasked with preparing military officers and civilian government officials for leadership and executive positions in the field of national security

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  2. Established in 1924 in the aftermath of America’s mobilization difficulties in World War I, its predecessor, the Army Industrial College, focused on wartime procurement and mobilization procedures. Bernard M. Baruch, who was a prominent Wall Street

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  3. rapidly expanded

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  4. The college was closed during World War II and then re-opened two years later in 1943 in the Pentagon

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  5. Before World War II ended, senior Army officers, including General Dwight D. Eisenhower (graduate of the Army Industrial College class of 1933 and instructor at the college for four years), supported the concept of a joint war college

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  6. Industrial College of the Armed Forces
    Industrial College of the Armed Forces

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