Kellogg says he will step down from Joint Chiefs C4 post

Kellogg says he will step down from Joint Chiefs C4 post

Army Lt. Gen. Joseph K. Kellogg yesterday said he plans to step down from his post as the director of command, control, communications and computer systems for the Joint Chiefs of Staff later this year.

Speaking at the TechNet International 2003 show in Washington, Kellogg said he would leave for a job in the defense IT industry.

Kellogg's military career began in 1967 and included service in Vietnam and the first Gulf War. He assumed the post as director of C4 for the Joint Chiefs in October 2000.


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