Flag of a military member of the Army Board
|Headquarters||Whitehall, Westminster, London|
|Parent agency||Ministry of Defence|
Membership of the Board
The composition is as follows:
- Secretary of State for Defence
- Minister of State for the Armed Forces
- Minister for Defence Equipment, Support and Technology
- Under Secretary of State for Defence and Minister for Veterans
- British Army
The Executive Committee of the Army Board (ECAB) dictates the policy required for the Army to function efficiently and meet the aims required by the Defence Council and government. The Chief of the General Staff is the chairman of the Executive Committee of the Army Board.
Former members of the board
- Chief Scientist (Army), (civil)
- Deputy Under Secretary of State (Army), (civil)
- Master-General of the Ordnance, (military)
- Permanent Under Secretary of State (Administration), (civil)
- Vice-Chief of the General Staff, (military)
- Holmes 2011, pp. 22–23.
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- Holmes, Richard (2011), Soldiers: Army Lives and Loyalties from Redcoats to Dusty Warriors, UK: Harper Collins, pp. 22–23, ISBN 9780007457724
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