Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Employees, arrives for the 59th presidential inauguration at the US Capitol in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 20, 2021. (DoD picture by U.S. Military Sgt. Gabriel Silva)
When he grew to become commander in chief, President Joe Biden wasted no time changing the army service secretaries and performing head of the Protection Division. If he needed, he may additionally title a alternative for Joint Chiefs Chairman Military Gen. Mark Milley, who got here beneath scrutiny beneath President Donald Trump for collaborating in a politically loaded picture op.
However Milley’s prone to maintain his spot — and consultants say it could be unhealthy for the nation if he would not.
It is unlikely there will likely be a shake-up to the Joint Chiefs, The Related Press reported final month, although an unnamed Pentagon official instructed the Accountable Statecraft, a publication of the Quincy Institute suppose tank, that Milley could possibly be requested to retire early in order that newly minted Air Power Chief of Employees Gen. Charles “CQ” Brown, the primary black service chief, may step into the function.
WNU Editor: Joint Chiefs Chairman Military Gen. Mark Milley has over 2 years left in his time period. I’d not be stunned if he’s “requested” to retire early.