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Flournoy has for years been expected to take the Defense Department's top job. With Joe Biden now the president-elect, this may be her time.
Michèle Flournoy could become the first woman to run the Pentagon. Here’s what would change.
By: Aaron Mehta November 8 at 1:32 PM (Editor’s note: the author was part of a 2017 CNAS fellowship program.)
From the article:
The 2007 CNAS, a bipartisan think tank focused on the future of national security, raised Flournoy’s visibility, led to a role on Obama’s transition team for the Department of Defense.
That led to her confirmation in 2009 as undersecretary of defense for policy. There, she helped craft the plans for the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, and was seen as a major driver of the counterinsurgency strategy. [Italics and bold added]
In case you had some glimmer of hope, fuggeddaboutit. You ain't in The Club.