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Chief of Chaplains of the United States Army

Chief of Chaplains of the
United States Army


Incumbent:
CH (MG) Donald L. Rutherford
Since: July 22, 2011
First CH (COL) John T. Axton
Formation June 4, 1920
Website Official Website


The Chief of Chaplains of the United States Army (CCH) is the chief supervising officer of the

  1. ^ Army Command Policy. Department of the Army. 2010. 
  2. ^ Army Birthdays. Retrieved July 6, 2010.

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2008 meeting of current and former Army Chiefs of Chaplains, Arlington, VA
Name Photo Term began Term ended
1. CH (COL) John T. Axton July 15, 1920 April 6, 1928
2. CH (COL) Edmund P. Easterbrook April 7, 1928 December 22, 1929
3. CH (COL) Julian E. Yates December 23, 1929 December 22, 1933
4. CH (COL) Alva J. Brasted December 23, 1933 December 22, 1937
5. CH (MG) William R. Arnold December 23, 1937 February 14, 1945
6. CH (MG) Luther D. Miller April 12, 1945 August 1, 1949
7. CH (MG) Roy H. Parker August 2, 1949 May 27, 1952
8. CH (MG) Ivan L. Bennett May 28, 1952 April 30, 1954
9. CH (MG) Patrick J. Ryan May 1, 1954 October 30, 1958
10. CH (MG) Frank A. Tobey November 1, 1958 October 31, 1962
11. CH (MG) Charles E. Brown, Jr. November 1, 1962 July 31, 1967
12. CH (MG) Francis L. Sampson August 1, 1967 July 31, 1971
13. CH (MG) Gerhardt W. Hyatt August 3, 1971 July 29, 1975
14. CH (MG) Orris E. Kelly August 1, 1975 July 1, 1979
15. CH (MG) Kermit D. Johnson July 2, 1979 June 30, 1982
16. CH (MG) Patrick J. Hessian July 1, 1982 June 30, 1986
17. CH (MG) Norris L. Einertson July 1, 1986 August 26, 1990
18. CH (MG) Matthew A. Zimmerman, Jr. August 27, 1990 August 6, 1994
19. CH (MG) Donald W. Shea August 7, 1994 May 31, 1999
20. CH (MG) Gaylord T. Gunhus July 1, 1999 July 28, 2003
21. CH (MG) David H. Hicks August 16, 2003 July 11, 2007
22. CH (MG) Douglas L. Carver July 12, 2007 July 21, 2011
23. CH (MG) Donald L. Rutherford July 22, 2011 Incumbent

U.S. Army Chiefs of Chaplains

. Donald L. Rutherford The current CCH is Chaplain (Major General) [2]

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