The Chief's Corner

September 2014
Army History;Fall2014, Issue 93, p3
In the article, the author, who is retiring from the position of Director at the U.S. Center of Military History (CMH) and joining as executive director at American Battle Monuments Commission (ABMC), discusses his tenure. He talks about important initiatives of the CMH to collect, index and test the records for Army operations, Army Historical Advisory Committee's department reestablishment, and development of historians, archivists and museum professionals by CMH career program.


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