Caldera nominated to be Army Secretary

Edens, Frank A.
July 1998
Officer;Jul98, Vol. 74 Issue 6, p35
Reports on US President Bill Clinton's nomination of Corporation for National and Community Service Managing Director Louis E. Caldera to be the Secretary of the Army succeeding Secretary Togo D. West. Caldera's experiences; Educational background.


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