FRANKLIN, CALVIN G.: United States. Bush Administration. Major General. Commanding General of the District of Columbia National Guard, appointed by President Reagan in 1981. Prior employment was as a marketing manager for advanced electronics systems for General Dynamics. Announced by the Bush Administration on 2 March 1989 as President Bush's nominee to be Director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, but appointment not confirmed.
Strope, Jerry, "Special Washington Report: Changing of the Guard," insert in Journal of Civil Defense, April 1989.