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Topic - Howard B. Bromberg
Lt. Gen. Howard B. Bromberg, deputy chief of staff for Army personnel, told reporters in June: "Whatever you want to pick, you've got to be absolutely certain that that performance can be understood and then applied in a combat situation because this isn't to set anybody up for failure.
Army Gen. Bromberg said, "I think we're all realizing that the mental agility required of today's tasks are much more than we realized in the past."