Reserve chief nominated for reappointment. 



            Lt. Gen. Jack C. Stultz (shown on left) has been nominated for reappointment to the grade of lieutenant general
in his current position. Upon Senate confirmation, he will continue to serve as chief, Army Reserve and commanding general, U.S. Army Reserve Command.

            As the senior leader of the Army Reserve, Stultz is responsible for the crafting and execution of all plans, policies and programs affecting
Army Reserve soldiers as well as for providing trained and ready units
and individuals to mobilize and deploy in support of the national
military strategy.

            During his current tenure, he  has led the transformation of the Army Reserve from a strategic reserve organization into a fully operational force. Stultz  will continue to operationalize the Army Reserve, while shaping and sustaining the force, to ensure that it is recognized and resourced as America's premier reservoir of shared military-civilian skills and capabilities that supports and defends the nation. He will also further develop an enterprise approach aligning functions, processes, and working relationships to effectively and efficiently generate trained, equipped and ready forces for combatant commanders.

            In addition, Stultz plans to continue to address BRAC related
issues to ensure that the Army Reserve achieves its congressional

            "I am honored to have the privilege to continue to serve alongside of the 206,000-plus warrior-citizens who live and work in thousands of
communities across our country," Stultz said. "It is my goal to make
certain that they are trained, battle ready, and Army Strong."