The U.S. Army Chaplain Corps senior leader team now includes Chaplain (Brigadier General) Thomas G. Behling, Deputy Chief of Chaplains for the Army National Guard, and Chaplain (Colonel-promotable) Andrew R. Harewood, who will soon be installed as the Deputy Chief of Chaplains, United States Army Reserve.Chaplains Behling and Harewood join Chaplain (Brigadier General) William Green, Jr., the Active Component Deputy Chief of Chaplains, in supporting Chaplain (Major General) Thomas L. Solhjem, Chief of Chaplains. Together, these chaplains lead the Total Army Chaplain Corps, in providing religious support and spiritual care to the soldiers, families, and civilians of the U.S. Army.Chaplain Behling became the Director of the Joint Chaplains Office, National Guard Bureau, as well as the Senior Army National Guard Chaplain and Deputy Chief of Chaplains for the Army National Guard, in July 2020. He is the primary Army National Guard liaison to the United States Army Chief of Chaplains. He is ordained as a minister and endorsed as an Army chaplain by the Evangelical Free Church of America (EFCA). Chaplain Behling provides advice and counsel to the Chief, National Guard Bureau, and the Director of the Army National Guard, and oversees resources, training, and policy for more than 800 chaplains serving 350,000 Army National Guard soldiers, their families, and Army Guard civilians. Concurrent with his military duty in the Reserve Component, Chaplain Behling's experience has included many years serving as a chaplain for the Department of Veterans Affairs.Chaplain Harewood became the Deputy Chief of Chaplains, United States Army Reserve, in November 2020. He serves as the primary Army Reserve liaison to the United States Army Chief of Chaplains and the Chaplain Corps’ chief strategist. He is ordained as a minister and endorsed as an Army chaplain by the Seventh-Day Adventist Church. Chaplain Harewood provides advice and counsel to the Chief of Army Reserve and Commanding General, U.S. Army Reserve Command, and oversees resources, training, and policy for more than 700 chaplains serving 190,000 Army Reserve soldiers, their families, and Army Reserve civilians. Concurrent with his military duty in the Reserve Component, Chaplain Harewood's experience has included many years serving as a civilian pastor.The mission of the Total Army Chaplain Corps leadership team is to ensure that each member of the Chaplain Corps, in all three Army Components, has everything needed, from resources to encouragement, to "Care for the Soul of the Army," as the Corps "Invests in PEOPLE, Connects them in Spirit, and Cultivates COMMUNITY."