George C. Marshall Foundation

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The George C. Marshall Foundation and the George C. Marshall Institute are different entities.

The George C. Marshall Foundation was organized in 1953 "at the suggestion of President Harry S. Truman." The George C. Marshall Foundation "and its Board of Trustees, made up of distinguished citizens, share and promote the principles which made Marshall a great leader in his lifetime and a unique example of leadership to succeeding generations. Located in Lexington, Virginia, adjacent to the Virginia Military Institute -- Marshall's alma mater -- and the campus of Washington and Lee University, the Foundation draws its inspiration from the life and career of General Marshall, America's premier soldier-statesman."[1]


Council of Advisors



VMI Parade
Lexington, VA 24450
(540) 463-7103

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