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Robert Wilkie was born on 2 August 1962, in Frankfurt, Germany. He attended Salisbury Cathedral School in England and Reid Ross High School in Fayetteville, North Carolina, after being born in Frankfurt, West Germany. He grew raised in Fort Bragg, North Carolina, as the son of a career Army artillery officer.

Wilkie graduated from Wake Forest University in North Carolina with a B.A. He graduated from Loyola University School of Law in New Orleans with a J.D. in 1988 and from Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C. with an LL.M. in International and Comparative Law.

Wilkie served in the United States Navy Reserve and now has the rank of Colonel in the United States Air Force Reserve. He started his career on Capitol Hill as a legislative assistant to North Carolina Senator Jesse Helms and then became the legislative director for Representative David Funderburk. Wilkie supported Helms’ frequently divisive ideas as a prominent staffer to the senator.

Wilkie ran for the Republican nomination in North Carolina’s 7th congressional district in 1996 but lost. He went on to become the executive director of the North Carolina Republican Party during Helms’ reelection battle with Democratic candidate Harvey Gantt. Wilkie defended a pro-Helms flyer that was chastised for being racially insensitive.

From 1997 through 2003, Wilkie served as attorney and counsellor on foreign security concerns to Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott. Wilkie spearheaded the post-September 11 authorisation for the use of military force discussions and attempted to prevent the United States from ratifying the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty. Wilkie backed Lott’s words when he was fired as Senate majority leader in 2003 for supporting Senator Strom Thurmond’s segregationist presidential campaign in 1948.

Wilkie served as a special assistant to the President for national security matters and a senior director of the National Security Council during the George W. Bush administration from 2003 to 2005. He served as a senior policy counsellor to Condoleezza Rice, the then-National Security Advisor, and Stephen Hadley, her successor. Later, as assistant secretary of defence for legislative affairs, Wilkie wrote a document setting criteria that limited which Defense Department staff might appear before Congress in 2007. Only the highest-ranking officers and presidentially nominated civilians may testify in Congress, according to the Wilkie letter, which prohibited all field-grade officers and enlisted troops from doing so. The guidelines were criticised by critics who said that they may obstruct inquiries into the Iraq War and that the Pentagon lacked the power to establish such restrictions.

Wilkie was vice president of strategic initiatives for CH2M Hill, an engineering firm, from 2010 until 2015. According to his official biography, he worked on a supply and logistics system overhaul for the Ministry of Defence in the United Kingdom. Wilkie served as a senior advisor to Senator Thom Tillis of North Carolina from 2015 to 2017. Wilkie petitioned the Trump White House for an appointment as Secretary of Defense when Jim Mattis resigned in 2019, but President Trump did not choose him.


2020, the Military Religious Freedom Foundation ordered the VA remove three headstones marking the remains of World War II German POWs from two VA cemeteries. The Nazi swastikas, the Iron Cross, and homage to Adolf Hitler were all displayed on the three gravestones in question. Wilkie originally refused to remove the headstones from the national cemeteries after being pressured by Congress to do so, claiming that “erasing these headstones erases them from memory,” that “divisive historical personalities or events” should be honoured, and that removal would take a long time under the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966. In the face of mounting outrage, Wilkie changed his mind, and the VA discreetly removed the burial markers in 2020.

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  • Name: Robert Wilkie
  • Date of Birth: 2 August 1962
  • Age: 58 Years
  • Birth Sign: Leo
  • Nationality: German
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  • Birth Place/City: Frankfurt, Germany
  • Profession: Secretary

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The Honorable Robert Wilkie
Secretary of Veterans Affairs
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
810 Vermont Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20420

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The Honorable Robert Wilkie
Secretary of Veterans Affairs
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
810 Vermont Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20420

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