Former Gen. Scott Miller has participated in a number of wars, including the Battle of Mogadishu and counterinsurgency operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
He has also held the position of commander of the Joint Special Operations Command. According to a statement released by the business on Tuesday, the former leader of NATO’s Resolute Support mission and all American troops in Afghanistan will join Sig Sauer as a defense advisor. At the time of Miller’s hiring, Sig Sauer is charged with creating the Army’s Next Generation Squad Weapon. It’s possible that the hiring of Miller, who formerly served in Fort Bragg, North Carolina’s tier-one Delta Special Operations Detachment, was done to persuade SOCOM to acquire the weapon system for its personnel. “General Miller is a fantastic addition to our team and joins us at a moment that is very exciting for our business as we start the historic process of deploying Next Generation Squad Weapons with the U.S. President and CEO of Sig Sauer, Ron Cohen, made the following comment in a statement.