Soldiers could get an opportunity to remain longer at duty stations of their choice under a policy pushed by new Army Chief of Staff Gen. James McConville. The traditional "industrial-age" system that can require moves every three years is out of place in an information-age Army, he said. "I don't see why people can't stay four, five, six, seven, eight, nine years," McConville said to a packed audience of military families Oct. 15 at the Association of the United States Army's annual exposition and convention. Read more on Military.com.
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