MONROVIA, LIBERIA-Defense Minister Daniel Ziankahn and Armed Forces of Liberia Chief of Staff, Major General Prince Charles Johnson, III, will, in April this year, be inducted in the International Hall of Fame.
The two men will be inducted as a result of rising to the top military positions in Liberia.
The ceremony will formally be held at Fort Leavenworth in Kansas, the United States of America.
Defense and the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL) staffers have rained praises on their leaders for their exemplary services being rendered in protecting national, regional and global peace.
The International House of Fame was established in 1973 for the purpose of providing a prestigious and visible means of recognizing international officer graduates who, through military merit, achieved the highest positions of command and authority in their home military.
To date, two-hundred-eighty-eight graduate students from seventy-seven countries have been inducted, each representing the pinnacle of military achievement in their country.
By: Kollubah Zayzay