Earlier orders, more thorough inspections, and new education and management tools are just a few of the ways in which Army leaders are looking to make the military move process easier, senior officials said last week. "[Army Chief of Staff Gen. James McConville's priorities] ... household goods is settled right in the middle of that," said Maj. Gen. Michael Russell, director of operations for Army Logistics. "That is the charge I received from our chief: Improve our people's household goods experience." Read more on Military.com.
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