By Demetri Boris Shimkin; Alexander Shimkin; United States. Dept. of the Army
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Chip” Gregson, who was MarForPac [Marine Forces Paciﬁc] at that point. He did the rigor, if you will, in showing what it would mean, the preservation of the force over time, and we eventually convinced the Commandant, and then the Commandant had to convince SecDef [Secretary of Defense]. But he did so against all odds, against all expectations of the people in this building [the Pentagon] at that point. It has since been heralded as the way to do business. I am satisﬁed the Army would change in a heartbeat given the opportunity.
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