There will be a change of command early next year at the National Infantry Museum.
Greg Camp, the president and chief operating officer of the foundation that owns and operates the museum just off the Fort Benning Gate, will be retiring effective Jan. 10 and will be replaced by recently retired Brig. Gen. Peter Jones.
The decision was made Wednesday by the National Infantry Museum Foundation board of directors and announced on Thursday. The board also approved the promotion of Andy Redmond, a retired Air Force colonel, to executive vice president.
Camp, a retired colonel, has been involved with the museum for 15
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