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Gen. Mark Milley: Readiness Remains US Army’s Top Priority

Gen. Mark Milley was inducted into office as the new U.S. Army chief of staff at a ceremony in Fort Myer, Virginia on Friday, Army Times reported. Milley takes over from Gen. Ray Odierno, who has retired after nearly 40 years in service, Michelle Tan reports. During the swearing-in event, Milley reiterated his intentions to keep …

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John McHugh, Ray Odierno Point to Acquisition Reforms Amid Tight Budgets

U.S. Army Secretary John McHugh and Chief of Staff Gen. Ray Odierno have highlighted the service’s continued efforts to reform its acquisition process and facilitate efficiency and oversight amid reduced budgets. “We take stewardship very seriously,” McHugh told the Senate Armed Services Committee during a hearing, according to a report published Wednesday on the Army website. …

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Ray Odierno, John McHugh Preview Army Service Contract Cuts

U.S. Army Chief of Staff Gen. Ray Odierno and Secretary John McHugh have announced that the Army is in the process of cutting its spending on services contracts to drive efficiency, Federal News Radio reported Thursday. Jared Serbu writes that the contract spending cuts could continue over the next three years and would add to other reductions …

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