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Lt. Gen. Campose appointed new Army Vice-Chief


NEW DELHI (PTI): Veteran mechanised infantry officer Lt Gen Philip Campose has been appointed as the new Army Vice-Chief and will take charge on August 1.

Campose, at present the Western Army Commander, will be succeeded by Lt Gen Kamal Jit Singh in the Chandimandir-based formation looking after the borders with Pakistan.

Commissioned in the 9 Gorkha Rifles in 1974, Campose is an alumnus of St Xavier's School Delhi, the National Defence Academy Khadakwasla (Pune) and Indian Military Academy at Dehradun.

He was later appointed to the newly constituted Regiment of Mechanised Infantry in 1982.

He has commanded an independent armoured brigade, an infantry division on the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir and a Corps in the Western Sector.

He has headed a UN Peace Keeping mission in the former Yugoslavia and Northern Iraq.

Campose was also the head of the General Court Martial to carry out the trial of senior three star officers in the Sukna land scam.

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