Army G-1 outlines result of effort to meet end strength targets by end of FY-17

By Connie Lee / October 11, 2017 at 2:54 PM
The Army's effort to meet its fiscal year 2017 end strength goal of 1.018 million soldiers concluded last month, resulting in a final number "less than three-tenths of a percent" short, according to Lt. Gen. Thomas Seamands, deputy chief of staff (G-1). Seamands told reporters at the Association of the United States Army's annual meeting Oct. 11 the Army is waiting to confirm final numbers, but that the service met or exceeded its goal to increase the active component to...

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