2010-12-18T22:00:18-05:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/966/296956-m.jpgThe fourteenth chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff shares the story of his military career and life in the administrations of two presidents of different parties. He discussed his life with former Defense Secretary William Cohen with whom he worked in the Clinton administration.
The fourteenth chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff shares the story of his military career and life in the administrations of two…
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William S. Cohen Secretary (Former) Department of Defense
Henry "Hugh" H. Shelton Chair (Former) Joint Chiefs of Staff
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