Former Birmingham police chief A.C. Roper is headed to the Pentagon. Roper will serve as Deputy Chief of the U.S. Army Reserve, overseeing more than 200,000 soldiers and civilians. "My job is to make sure, with the team, that we're providing those soldiers with everything they need today, and in the years to come," Roper said. Roper is no stranger to the Army Reserve, with more than 30 years of service under his belt, including deployments in Operation Desert Storm, and the war on terrorism. He begins his assignment next month.
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