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Global Issues Luncheon: Your Army - Our Nation, Featuring Lt. General Dahl

Lieutenant General Kenneth R. Dahl has been the commanding general of United States Army Installation Management Command, headquartered in San Antonio, since November 2015, commanding more than 54,000 employees around the globe who run our Army bases. He has various innovative ideas on joint basing and policy reform, and relishes any opportunity to engage business and civic leaders to learn and explore ways to integrate American citizenry with their Army, to strengthen our Nation. June 14th is America's Army's birthday and General Dahl would not only be sharing his ideas but also be interacting and exchanging ideas with council members.

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  • Club Giraud

    707 St Mary's St, San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 822-3830

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