WASHINGTON — President Biden intends to appoint Gen. Charles Q. Brown, the Air Power chief of employees, on Thursday to change into the nation’s most senior army officer, formalizing what had been one of many worst stored secrets and techniques in Washington.

If confirmed by the Senate, Basic Brown can be solely the second Black man, after Colin L. Powell, to carry the job of chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Employees, the senior army adviser to the president.

Basic Brown would succeed Gen. Mark A. Milley,…

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