File photo of David Petraeus, then commanding general of 101st Airborne Division, gesturing in Fort Campbell

 
File photo of David Petraeus, then commanding general of 101st Airborne Division, gesturing in Fort Campbell
David Petraeus, then commanding general of the 101st Airborne Division, gestures to his troops, family and friends after a ceremony marking the division's official return from Iraq to Fort Campbell, Kentucky in this February 14, 2004 file photo. President George W. Bush chose two new commanders on January 5, 2007 to lead U.S. military efforts in Iraq as he prepares to revamp his war strategy. Bush picked Army Lt. Gen. Petraeus, highly regarded within the military, as the top commander in Iraq, replacing Gen. George Casey, who would become U.S. Army chief of staff. REUTERS/John Sommers II/Files (UNITED STATES)