U.S. Army Holiday Calendar: Army’s Greatest Asset

People are the Army’s greatest asset.

In today’s holiday calendar, we have a message from Gen. James C. McConville on the importance of taking care of our people first.

Read more about the announcement of the People First Task Force: https://www.army.mil/article/241490/secretary_of_the_army_announces_missing_soldier_policy_forms_people_first_task_force_to_implement_fort_hood_independent_review_committee_fhirc_recommendations?dmd

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Source: The U.S. Army

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