Who was the first postmaster general of the united states?

Answer The first postmaster general of the United States was Benjamin Franklin. Franklin was appointed to serve as postmaster general on July 26, 1775. He served until November 1776 with an annual salary ... Read More »

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How much money does the general of the united states make?

A top general in the US Army makes a salary that is around US$180,000 per year depending on how long he has served in the military plus allowances which significantly increase a generals earnings.

Who was the first black general in the united states air force?

The first black general in the United States Air Force was General Daniel "Chappie" James, Jr. He served in World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War. James was promoted to four star general... Read More »

Who was the first woman to be appointed as Surgeon General of the United States?

Antonia Novella was the first woman Surgeon General in the United States. She was appointed by President Bush (the elder). She began service on March 9, 1990 and held the office until June 30, 1993... Read More »

Who is the Postmaster General?

As of 2010, the Postmaster General is John E. Potter, who goes by the name Jack. He took the position in June 2001. Potter started his career with the U.S. postal service in 1978 as a postal clerk.... Read More »