Friday, September 30

Out With the Old, In With the New

Ceremony Marks Myers Send Off From Top Military Post

FORT MYER, Va. — Marine Corps Gen. Peter Pace was sworn in Friday as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, becoming the first Marine to hold the nation's highest military post.

Pace succeeded Air Force Gen. Richard B. Myers, who retired after 40 years of military service, including two years as vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs and four years as the chairman.



Thank your for your service, General Myers.

Welcome aboard General Pace. Huhyah! (hope I spelled that correctly)

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