England was sworn in on October 1, 2003 becoming only the second person to hold the post twice and the first to serve back-to-back terms.
A post he served between 1877 and 1881.
During the late 19th century, the post served as a centre for various illegal activities.
The post also served as an infantry replacement center and had a German prisoner of war camp.
His previous post was serving as an economic advisor to the President.
With the post came a temporary promotion to lieutenant general, and served in this capacity through March 1963.
A simple post and aperture would serve for this, however, so long as the alignment was accurate.
That post also serves as an electronic-eavesdropping station for Americans to spy on Iraq.
Although never under attack, the post did serve as an outfitting depot for several Indian campaigns.
The posts also serve as training grounds for statewide candidates.