US Army: New Leadership At Fort Hood; Guillen Probe Widens
U.S. Army officials announced changes in the leadership at Fort Hood on Tuesday amid what they said was a widening investigation into the slaying of a soldier at the Texas base that has prompted calls for the military to change the way it handles sexual abuse and harassment.
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- Last Updated: September 2, 2020, 4:39 PM IST
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AUSTIN, Texas: In a Sept. 1 story about new leadership at Fort Hood, The Associated Press erroneously reported Maj. Gen. John B. Richardson IV’s former role. He was a deputy chief of staff with the U.S. Army Forces Command, not its commanding general.
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