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Vice Adm. Robert Burke Starts in Naval Personnel Chief Role

Vice Adm. Robert Burke
Vice Adm. Robert Burke

Vice Adm. Robert Burke, former director of the U.S. Navy‘s military personnel plans and policy division, has assumed his new role as chief of naval personnel.

Burke will handle planning and programming strategies of all manpower, personnel, training and education resources for the service branch, Navy said Friday.

“I am committed to empowering our sailors, modernizing our personnel policies and operating systems and providing the right training at the right time to our force,” he said

Adm. Bill Moran, former naval personnel chief for nearly three years, was nominated in May to serve as vice chief of naval operations at the Pentagon and will succeed current VCNO Adm. Michelle Howard.

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