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Colonel Francis Warren Pershing (1909–1980), John J. Pershing's son, served in the [[Second World War]] as an advisor to the Army Chief of Staff, General [[George C. Marshall]]. After the War he continued with his financial career and founded a stock brokerage firm (Pershing & Company). He was father to two sons, Richard W. Pershing (1942–1968) and John Warren Pershing III (1941–1999). Richard Pershing served as a 2nd Lieutenant (O1) in the [[502nd Infantry]] and was killed in action on February 17, 1968, in [[Vietnam War|Vietnam]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.arlingtoncemetery.net/richardw.htm|title=Arlington Cemetery records: Richard Warren Pershing}}</ref> John Pershing III served as a special assistant to former Army Chief of Staff General [[Gordon R. Sullivan]], also attaining the rank of [[Colonel]] (O6). He helped shape Army and Army [[Reserve Officers' Training Corps|ROTC]] programs nationwide. Col. Pershing died of cardiovascular disease in 1999.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.arlingtoncemetery.net/jwpershing.htm|title=Arlington Cemetery records: John Warren Pershing III}}</ref>
 
Colonel Francis Warren Pershing (1909–1980), John J. Pershing's son, served in the [[Second World War]] as an advisor to the Army Chief of Staff, General [[George C. Marshall]]. After the War he continued with his financial career and founded a stock brokerage firm (Pershing & Company). He was father to two sons, Richard W. Pershing (1942–1968) and John Warren Pershing III (1941–1999). Richard Pershing served as a 2nd Lieutenant (O1) in the [[502nd Infantry]] and was killed in action on February 17, 1968, in [[Vietnam War|Vietnam]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.arlingtoncemetery.net/richardw.htm|title=Arlington Cemetery records: Richard Warren Pershing}}</ref> John Pershing III served as a special assistant to former Army Chief of Staff General [[Gordon R. Sullivan]], also attaining the rank of [[Colonel]] (O6). He helped shape Army and Army [[Reserve Officers' Training Corps|ROTC]] programs nationwide. Col. Pershing died of cardiovascular disease in 1999.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.arlingtoncemetery.net/jwpershing.htm|title=Arlington Cemetery records: John Warren Pershing III}}</ref>
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