hitting the general and several others.Army Chief of Staff Gen. Ray Odierno described Greene and soldiers who were wounded in Tuesday's attack as "professionals, committed to the mission" in Afghanistan."
which is responsible for helping transfer security control in Afghanistan to the Afghans.Pentagon spokesman Rear Adm. John Kirby said the general was a logistics and infrastructure expert helping to lead training efforts.
Harry was always the one who always understood the tactical needs of the close-combat soldiers."And Greene was someone who many admired, he said."He was just very level, down-to-earth," Scales told The Army Times. "It's just devastating that you've got this great genius with this incredible reputation and education,