Making military history

Gen. Charles Brown has been named the first black service chief in the U.S. military. ABC News’ Will Ganss reports on his historic achievement.

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34 thoughts on “Making military history

  1. for the ignant conspiracy theorists that have never served and have no clue about the military in general–most of you. you dont get nominated and appointed overnight to these kinds of positions. this has been ongoing for months. But sure Trumps pandering.

  2. Um, who cares what race he is… if he’s qualified for the position then good on him. Sorry to say, but this story basically sounds like it’s foreshadowing the implementation of affirmative action in the armed forces. Hey Asians, beware! You guys are about to get shafted on officer commissions, too.

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