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Army Chief of Staff


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Army Chief of Staff

ARNOLD, of the Army Henry H. (1886 - 1950), late Chief of Staff US Army Air Force

STAVELEY, Robert (1928 - 2012), Chief of Staff, Logistic Executive (Army), 1979–82

PEARCE, Leslie Arthur (1918 - 2002), Chief of General Staff, NZ Army, 1971–73, retd

ROBINSON, Timothy Patrick (born 1967), Chief of Staff, Field Army, since 2015

POANANGA, Brian Matauru (1924 - 1995), Chief of General Staff, New Zealand Army, 1978–81, retired

Powell, Colin Luther (born 1937), Secretary of State, Joint Chief of Staff Chairman, Army Officer (1866-1995)

MUSHARRAF, Pervez (born 1943), President of Pakistan, 2001–08; Chief of Army Staff, 1998–2007

Monckton, Gilbert Walter Riversdale (1915 - 2006), Chief of Staff, HQ British Army of the Rhine, 1965–67

McMILLAN, John (1873 - 1939), Commissioner; Chief of Staff and Second in Command of the International Salvation Army since 1937

DIBDEN, Edgar (1888 - 1971), Chief of the Staff (Second-in-Command) of The Salvation Army, 1953–57

HOWARD, T. Henry (1849 - 1923), Commissioner; Chief of the Staff of the Salvation Army, 1912–19

EDDLEMAN, Clyde Davis (1902 - 1992), Silver Star; Legion of Merit; Bronze Star; Philippines Distinguished Service Star; Vice-Chief of Staff, US Army, 1960–62

CUNNINGHAM, Alfred G. (1870 - 1951), Commissioner (retired); Chief of the Staff and Second in Command of the International Salvation Army, 1939–43; Vice-Chairman Salvation Army Trustee Company; Vice-President Salvation Army Assurance Society, Ltd; Vice-Chairman Salvation Army Fire Insurance Corp. and Reliance Bank

BURKE, Arleigh Albert (1901 - 1996), Legion of Merit (with 2 Gold Stars and Army Oak Leaf Cluster); Silver Star Medal, Purple Heart, Presidential Unit Citation Ribbon (with 3 stars), Navy Unit Commendation Ribbon; Chief of Naval Operations, US Navy and Member of Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1955–61, retired; Member of Board of Directors, Freedoms Foundation, at Valley Forge

 

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The chief officer of the U.S. Army. The Army Chief of Staff reports to the secretary of the Army and to the President.

Subjects: Warfare and Defence.


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