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Joint Base San Antonio
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Secretary of the Army
Army secretary pledges transformative change, more quality of life upgrades
October 17, 2022
— To become the Army of 2030, the nation’s largest military branch will transform the way it fights by reorganizing its forces, investing in its people and bolstering its recruiting practices, the service’s top civilian leader said...
Secretary of the Army: Message to the force
February 10, 2022
— Whether it is defending the country at home or overseas, our nation counts on the United States Army to be the first line of defense...
Independent entity to oversee sexual assault cases in the Army
September 16, 2021
— To better protect Soldiers from sexual harassment and assault, the Army will establish an office designed to make decisions to take action on such crimes, the service’s top civilian leader said Sept. 7...
Military Housing Privatization Initiative Tenant Bill of Rights signed
February 27, 2020
— Secretary of Defense Dr. Mark T. Esper, Secretary of the Army Ryan D. McCarthy, Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas B. Modly and Secretary of the Air Force Barbara M. Barrett have signed the Military Housing Privatization Initiative Tenant Bill of Rights...
Army Secretary: More deployments, stronger presence for Pacific
January 15, 2020
— Later this year, Soldiers will initiate five-month extended rotations to countries like Thailand, the Philippines and Papua New Guinea, Secretary of the Army Ryan McCarthy said at the Brookings Institution Jan. 10...
Secretary of Army highlights top priorities
October 16, 2019
— After a personal look at Soldiers who make up today's Army, the service's new secretary delved deeper into what the force needs to compete against near-peer threats...
Army senior leaders: don't be a bystander
April 5, 2019
— As members of the United States Army, each of us has an obligation to promote a climate of trust-our profession's bedrock-throughout our organization. The way we do this is by living the Army Values: loyalty, duty, respect, selfless service, honor, integrity, and personal courage. From the newest Soldiers in basic training, to our most senior leaders, the Army Values bind us together as a profession. ...
The Army Vision: Behind the 10-year plan to help the Army win today's and tomorrow's battles
June 7, 2018
— "Our competitors are seeking to alter global strategic realities for their own benefit, often at the expense of the U.S. interests and those of our allies and partners," Secretary of the Army Dr. Mark Esper said in his opening statement to the House Appropriations Committee on the posture of the U.S. Army, March 20...
Army Secretary Mark T. Esper shares vision of Army's future
April 20, 2018
— In his first official visit to Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston as the 23rd Secretary of the Army, Dr. Mark T. Esper met with local senior Army commanders and Soldiers April 17 to discuss his priorities and share his vision for the future of the Army...
Army secretary: basic training might be lengthened
April 5, 2018
— The Army wants Soldiers who complete basic combat training and advanced individual training to be ready to deploy “on day one” once they reach their units, said Secretary of the Army Dr. Mark T. Esper. As such, the Army is considering lengthening training so that new Soldiers are better indoctrinated into Army culture and values, are physically fit, and technically and tactically more proficient, he said. ...
Secretary of Defense welcomes Esper as Army Secretary during ceremonial swearing-in
January 8, 2018
— During a ceremonial welcome for Army Secretary Mark T. Esper at the Pentagon’s Hall of Heroes Jan. 5, Defense Secretary James N. Mattis said the U.S. Military Academy graduate is the best person to lead the service forward...
New Secretary of the Army sends message to the force
November 27, 2017
— Thanks to your service, our Army remains the world's premier ground combat force and the bedrock of our Nation's defense...
West Point grad confirmed as new secretary of Army
November 20, 2017
— Dr. Mark T. Esper was confirmed by a vote in the Senate, 89-6, to become the 23rd secretary of the Army shortly after noon Nov. 15. President Donald Trump nominated Esper in July to become secretary of the Army...
Acting Secretary of the Army to civilian aides: Readiness is priority No. 1
April 15, 2016
— Acting Secretary of the Army Patrick Murphy told a group ofArmy advocates that readiness is top priority and offered advice on how theycan help during a speech at Fort Sam Houston April 4. Murphy...