May 02, 2011
Man Most Likely to Take Top Military Job Has Never Seen War
Now that President Obama has filled most of the senior national security positions, there's one crucial spot left: chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. The front-runner is Marine Gen. James Cartwright. He's favored by the White House and has an impressive resume of military and academic honors, but he's lacking in one department: any fighting experience.
Read the full article at National Journal.