James Matthews is the current Secretary Of Defense of the United States in the Johnson

administration. He served for thirty years in the Marine Corps and was involved in conflicts such as Panama, Desert Storm and later Iraq. In 2010 Matthews was promoted to Major General then named Chairman of the Joint Chiefs by President Walker In 2014.

Under the Johnson administration Matthews was asked to serve as Secretary Of Defense by the new President who he considered "a fellow marine" due to Johnson's military past.

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