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 (rĭj′wā′), Matthew Bunker 1895-1993.
American army officer who commanded airborne divisions in Europe during World War II. He was supreme commander of United Nations forces in Korea (1951-1952) and of NATO forces in Europe (1952-1953) and served as chief of staff of the US Army (1953-1955).

Ridg•way

(ˈrɪdʒˌweɪ)

n.
Matthew Bunker, 1895–93, U.S. Army general: chief of staff 1953–55.
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