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United States general who served as chief of staff and commanded Allied forces in the South Pacific during World War II

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Douglas McArthur once said that "old soldiers never die; they just fade away.
Old Soldiers don't come here to fade away, as GEN Douglas McArthur once stated, they come here to live and to live fuller lives.
THE Games saw the return of German competitors for the first time since the end of the Great War, but the theme didn't escape totally for leader of the US team was General Douglas McArthur.
According to Douglas McArthur, director of FMA's Biometric Sensor Products Group, fingerprint identification systems are rapidly replacing identification technology that relies on passwords and personal ID numbers (PINs), which are often lost, forgotten or stolen.
President Harry Truman fired General Douglas McArthur in 1951 as the visibility gap between his policy and McArthur widened.
Our key differentiator is in building relationships with world-class chip design houses, assembly and test houses and wafer foundries to provide the best-in-class supply-chain solution for each ASIC design project," said Douglas McArthur, EquipIC supply chain's Vice President of Marketing.
UKOM has truly come of age over the last couple of years and is now firmly established as the digital audience measurement standard for the media industry, which has been the industry-wide ambition for UKOM since its beginning in 2010," said Douglas McArthur, Chairman of UKOM.
Douglas McArthur and Bob Hope - in the athletic department's Casanova Center lobby that is part of an exhibit honoring the man who coached the UO football team from 1951 to 1966.
Because of the new business opportunity presented by HTS, time to market was of extreme importance to us in building MDL SCREEN," said Douglas McArthur, chief architect on the SCREEN project at MDL.