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Perhaps the U.S. Army's Most Remarkable Leader in More than Half a Century

Dan Goure U.S. Army, United States  If the rest of his time as CSA is anything like his first eighteen months, he may well turn out to be not just a good CSA, but one that transformed the U.S. Army. There have been many good Chiefs of Staff of the Army (CSA); names that come to mind include Wood, Bradley, Ridgeway, Taylor, Roger and Vuono. There have been a few great ones.
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