Deputy Chief of Chaplains of the United States Army

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Deputy Chief of Chaplains of the
United States Army

CharlesBailey.jpg

Incumbent:
CH (BG) Charles R. Bailey
Since: July 28, 2011
First CH (BG) George F. Rixey
Formation 1942

The Deputy Chief of Chaplains of the United States Army (DCCH) is the assistant and second in command of the U.S. Army Chaplain Corps to the Chief of Chaplains of the United States Army. The current DCCH is Chaplain (Brigadier General) Charles R. Bailey.

U.S. Army Deputy Chiefs of Chaplains[edit]

Name Photo Term began Term ended
1. CH (BG) George F. Rixey 1942 1945
2. CH (BG) Patrick J. Ryan April 1946 July 1948
3. CH (BG) James H. O'Neill BG James H O'Neill.jpg August 1948 July 1952
4. CH (BG) Patrick J. Ryan August 1952 April 1954
5. CH (BG) Frank A. Tobey July 1954 October 1958
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12. CH (BG) Gerhardt W. Hyatt 1970 1971
13. CH (BG) Aloysius J. McElwee 1971 1973
14. CH (BG) Thaddeus F. Malanowski 1973 1978
12. CH (BG) Kermit D. Johnson 1978 1979
13. CH (BG) Patrick J. Hessian 1979 1982
14. CH (BG) Paul O. Forsberg 1982 1985
15. CH (BG) Norris L. Einertson 1985 1986
16. CH (BG) Charles J. McDonnell Charles McDonnell.jpg 1986 1989
17. CH (BG) Matthew A. Zimmerman, Jr. BG Zimmerman.jpg 1989 1990
18. CH (BG) Donald W. Shea DonaldSheadeputy.jpg 1990 1994
19. CH (BG) Gaylord T. Gunhus GaylordGunhus.jpg November 1, 1994 June 2, 1999
20. CH (BG) David H. Hicks DA-SC-07-26876.jpg July 1, 1999 April 13, 2003
21. CH (BG) Jerome A. Haberek JeromeHaberek.jpg April 14, 2003 September 26, 2005
22. CH (BG) Douglas L. Carver DougCarverdeputy.jpg September 27, 2005 July 11, 2007
23. CH (BG) Donald L. Rutherford DonaldRutherford.jpg November 16, 2007 July 22, 2011
24. CH (BG) Charles R. Bailey CharlesBailey.jpg July 28, 2011 Incumbent

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