New Berlin-native retires from Army with distinction

FORT BRAGG, NC – After nearly 40 years of service, New Berlin-native Major General Peter S. Lennon has reportedly retired from his role of Deputy Commanding General for the 200,000-soldier U.S. Army Reserve Command headquartered in Ft. Bragg, NC.



Lennon's career comprised many highlights including his being selected by Ambassador Paul Bremer to lead the transition from the multi-billion dollar United Nations' “Oil for Food Program” to what is now the new Iraqi government.


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