President Bush intends to nominate R.L. Brownlee to be undersecretary of the Army, the White House announced Oct. 31. Brownlee has served as a member of the Republican staff of the Senate Armed Services Committee since 1987. He was the principal professional staff member for Army and Marine Corps programs, Special Operations forces and drug interdiction policy and support. In 1996, he was designated staff director for the committee. Before joining the committee, he was ...


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