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U.S. diplomatic chiefs of mission to Indonesia

H. Merle Cochran (Ambassador 1949-53) Hugh S. Cumming, Jr. (Ambassador 1953-57) John M. Allison (Ambassador 1957-58) Howard P. Jones (Ambassador 1958-65) Marshall Green (Ambassador 1965-69) Francis J. Galbraith (Ambassador 1969-74) David D. Newsom (Ambassador 1974-77) Edward E. Masters (Ambassador 1977-81) John H. Holdridge (Ambassador 1982-86) Paul Wolfowitz (Ambassador 1986-89) John C. Monjo (Ambassador 1989-92) Robert Louis Barry (Ambassador 1992-95) J. Stapleton Roy (Ambassador 1995-99) Robert S. Gelbard (Ambassador 1999-2001) Ralph L. Boyce (Ambassador 2001-04) B. Lynn Pascoe (Ambassador 2004-07) Cameron R. Hume (Ambassador 2007-10) Scot Marciel (Ambassador 2010-13) Robert O. Blake, Jr. (Ambassador 2013-16) Joseph R. Donovan, Jr. (Ambassador 2016-)


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