Biden nominates first female Secretary of the Army, State Dept. names a new chief diversity officer

President Joe Biden nominated Christine Wormuth, a former senior Pentagon official, to be the first woman to lead the Army, the White House said Monday.

If confirmed by the Senate as Army secretary, Wormuth would be one of the more powerful officials in a defense establishment long dominated by men. She would work with the Army’s chief of staff, Gen. James McConville, who does not command soldiers but is responsible, along with the Army secretary, for training and equipping them.

Her nomination was one of series the White House announced on Monday.

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