Trump Taps Missouri Vet to Lead Navy’s Installations Office

December 2, 2019

The White House has nominated Charles Williams to be the Navy’s assistant secretary for installations, energy and the environment. Former Navy Secretary Richard Spencer got pushback from lawmakers when he proposed cutting the position.
Williams, a Navy veteran who retired at rank of rear admiral, currently works in real estate in St. Louis, according to the White House’s announcement last week. Williams is also an advisor to the Military Spouse Corporate Career Network, which offers additional details about his career.
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December 2, 2019

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