By HistoryNet Staff 4/12/2019 •
On 13 July 1798 George Washington was appointed to this post.
Commander-in-Chief of the Army. During the so-called “Quasi-War”, John Adams had Washington commissioned as lieutenant general and made C-in-C. Washington served until he died in December 1799.
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