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GEN James C. McConville
40th Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army. (Following & RTs ≠ Endorsement)
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GEN James C. McConville 47m
Inspired by our Soldiers working and training beside our Polish allies in Poznan. The routine rotation of Soldiers in Poland strengthens our ability to operate alongside our Polish and NATO allies, and improves regional security and stability in Europe.
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GEN James C. McConville 16h
Congratulations to on becoming the 22nd Chief of Staff of the Air Force!
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GEN James C. McConville 16h
Than you for your years of service to the Air Force and our Nation.
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GEN James C. McConville retweeted
SecArmy Aug 6
Arrived at Fort Hood yesterday to have a difficult conversation that was much needed. Not just about the loss of one of our own, SPC Vanessa Guillen, but how we can better take care of our Soldiers from all levels of leadership. Today was a step towards progress for the Army.
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GEN James C. McConville Aug 5
I had the privilege this week of promoting Maj. Gen. Gary Brito to the rank of Lt. Gen. We welcome him and his wife Michelle to the Pentagon where he will serve as the Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel where I know he will excel putting .
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GEN James C. McConville Aug 5
Signed a Strategic Vision Statement with our Polish allies yesterday. Poland has been a stalwart ally of NATO and the United States, and this SVS outlines our commitment to increase the already strong-level of interoperability and combined capability between our two Armies.
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GEN James C. McConville Aug 4
Important day for our Polish allies, NATO, and our as we formally announced the V Corps Forward Command Post will be established in Poland on a rotational basis in the future. We also introduced and promoted LTG Kolasheski to lead this critical operational headquarters.
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GEN James C. McConville Aug 3
My team and I defend against by following the CDC guidelines on masks, social distancing, and hygiene. When traveling overseas, we also follow host nation protocols. It’s up to us to keep our Soldiers, Families, Allies and Partners safe. Do the right thing the right way.
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GEN James C. McConville Aug 1
Our ability to BE DISCIPLINED and continue to follow the latest public health guidance from the CDC is essential to the sustainment of our force. 
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GEN James C. McConville retweeted
SecArmy Jul 30
"The Army is committed to taking care of our Soldiers, civilians, families, and Soldiers for life, and this independent review will explore the current command climate and culture at Fort Hood." -Secretary of the Army
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GEN James C. McConville Jul 30
Join me live for the Change of Command Ceremony as Maj. Gen. Stephen Maranian takes command of the USAWC from Maj. Gen. John Kem. The ceremony will be live streamed from Bliss Hall.
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GEN James C. McConville Jul 29
Today, our Chaplains, Religious Affairs Specialists, Directors of Religious Education, and other Chaplain Corps Civilians continue to care for the soul of the Army in much the same way as the earliest members of the Chaplain Corps.
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GEN James C. McConville Jul 29
Happy 245th Anniversary U.S. Army JAG Corps! Soldier First, Lawyer Always!
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GEN James C. McConville Jul 28
Today is the day! Join me LIVE at 9:30 AM EST for the promotion, swearing-in, and assumption of command of Maj. Gen. Jody J. Daniels as she becomes the Chief of and Commander of the U.S. Army Reserve Command!
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GEN James C. McConville Jul 28
I was honored to pay my respects to Rep. John Lewis yesterday evening. His legacy is one of tireless commitment to equality and civil rights. It's a legacy and an example worth emulating.
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GEN James C. McConville Jul 27
Happy anniversary ! We appreciate all that you have done in the fight against and what you do to ensure Soldiers and families are taken care of.
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GEN James C. McConville Jul 26
Today marks the 72nd anniversary of the official end to racial segregation in the U.S. Armed Forces. The is more diverse then ever, but the past few months have reminded us we still have a long way to go. Let's celebrate how far we've come as we move forward together.
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GEN James C. McConville Jul 25
Impressed by the 's 1/34 ABCT at the National Training Center today. Our ARNG Soldiers are conducting the first NTC rotation under COVID-19 conditions, proving the can still train while mitigating risk against the virus.
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GEN James C. McConville Jul 24
Going the distance while socially distancing for the virtual 2020
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GEN James C. McConville Jul 23
Every leader at every level needs to have the conversation with their team.
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