Christine Wormuth becomes the first woman to serve as Secretary of the US Army

Wormuth, 52, who will be the first woman to serve as Secretary of the Army, will soon be sworn in.

The Senate of the US Congress on Thursday unanimously approved the candidacy of Christine Wormuth, nominated by President Joe Biden, for the post of Minister of the Army (Land Forces) of the country. The voting was broadcast on the website of the upper house.

Wormuth, 52, who will be the first woman to serve as Secretary of the Army, will soon be sworn in.

Under the administration of the 44th President Barack Obama, she served as Under Secretary of Defense for Political Affairs. Wormuth also served on the White House National Security Council (NSC). Before that, she was also an expert at the Washington Center for Strategic and International Studies. The Department of the Army is part of the US Defense Department. The head of the ministry is responsible, in particular, for the logistical support of the US ground forces, as well as for the financial resources available to them. The Ministers of the US Air Force, Navy, and Army are not members of the President’s cabinet.

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Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
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