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Topic - Stephen Herbits
During an earlier stint at the Pentagon, he wrote the strategy and helped implement the nation's transition from a military draft to an all-volunteer force.
Since leaving the Pentagon in 2004, Mr. Herbits has been secretary-general of the World Jewish Congress, although he told us yesterday that he's in the process of stepping down: "I'm in the short-term, the process of transition," he said.