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All The Basics That You Need To Know About General William Kip Ward

It is on June 3rd 1949 in Baltimore town, Maryland where the U.S Army General ward was born. He decided to join Morgan State University and got a B.A degree in Political science in the year 1971. While still pursuing his degree, he decided to join the (ROTG). After leaving the university, he ended up joining the United States Command and General Staff College and later War College.

While carrying out his service to the nation, General William E. Ward went for military missions in Korea, Somalia, Israel, Bosnia, Germany and Egypt.On these trips, he was able together with the troops to restore peace and harmony between the citizens.

However, General Ward was demoted by the then Washington Defense Secretary Leon Panetta on claims that embezzled military funds and ended up channeling then for family and personal use. This led him to undergo an early retirement. On review of the claims charged on General William Ward, the state ordered him to repay $82,000. This implied that there was going to be a $30,000 retirement salary deficit for the early retirement.

The report showed that the general went an extra mile in allocating his wife a military car for her personal lifestyle. It was also discovered that there was $750 of state money was used by the general to pay for a suite on unofficial function. He was also noted to have extended his trips from time to time, especially those based in the U.S. on personal reasons and this led to a significant increase in costs.

However, Panetta demotion orders were faced by military guidelines and complex laws that only left him with only two option. William Kip Ward was left with few choices such as to pressure the general to retire being a three star lieutenant General or to be soft hearted and let William E. Ward to retire as a four-star Lieutenant General.

The worst thing happened when the general was temporarily dropped with a two star ranking on his name due to the delay in his investigations. After almost forty years of service to his nation, General William Ward retired. Due to the services the general offered to his nation, he ended up being given two award by the commander in chief on the retirement day. The state also decided to give the general’s wife a number of awards as a token of appreciation. After retirement, the general decided to help a number of children foundations.

The name of General William E. ward will also be in the minds, thoughts and books as an acknowledgement of his will to serving the military. The government official will be remembered for the role that he played in the country.

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