New Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley pledged his fealty to the "holy land of Boston."
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A "new era of great power competition is now upon us," Milley said.
The move comes after a months-long inquiry into uncorroborated sexual assault allegations against him.
The former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said one important trait of any leader is humility.
"We will question our assumptions; we will think differently about the competition we are now in," Gilday said.
Newly released documents detail how the military investigated allegations of sexual assault brought against Gen. Hyten.
Air Force Gen. John Hyten followed the lead of his superiors in pledging to fix up military housing.
Air Force Gen. John Hyten is battling an aide's allegations in his bid to become vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs.
In a statement, Chairman Sen. James Inhofe, R-Oklahoma, said they would proceed with a public confirmation hearing July 30.
Milley was confirmed in an 89-1 vote by the Senate. Sen. Jeff Merkley, D-Oregon, was the sole vote against him.