ACCESSION NUMBER:334170 FILE ID:POL302 DATE:03/23/94 TITLE:WHITE HOUSE REPORT, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23 (03/23/94) 1EXT:*94032302.POL WHITE HOUSE REPORT, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23 (Crowe) (180) WILLIAM CROWE SELECTED AS ENVOY TO BRITAIN President Clinton has announced his intention to nominate retired Admiral William Crowe to be ambassador to Britain. Crowe, an early supporter of Clinton's presidential aspirations, served as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from 1985 to 1989. He is chairman of the President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board, counselor at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington and professor of geopolitics at the University of Oklahoma. "Admiral Crowe," Clinton said in a written statement, "has distinguished himself in four decades of dedicated public service. I am very pleased that he will continue his service to this nation and that I will be able to rely on his wise counsel in this very important position" at the U.S. Embassy in London. Crowe earned master's and doctoral degrees at Princeton University. He served as commander of Allied Forces in Southern Europe, U.S. Naval Forces in Europe, the Pacific Fleet, and the Middle East Force based in Bahrain. NNNN .