By Jeremy Herb - 11/02/12 07:52 PM EDT
While neither nomination is considered controversial, the hearing will likely be an opportunity for senators to grill both generals about the U.S. plan in Afghanistan.
The Pentagon has not laid out its plans between now and the end of 2014, and there is disagreement over how quickly the United States should withdraw the 68,000 troops remaining in Afghanistan.
Senate Armed Services Chairman Carl LevinCarl LevinCarl, Sander Levin rebuke Sanders for tax comments on Panama trade deal Supreme Court: Eye on the prize Congress got it wrong on unjustified corporate tax loopholes MORE (D-Mich.) has advocated for a continued reduction of U.S. forces through 2013, while ranking member John McCainJohn McCainTrump aide: Ryan not fit to be Speaker if he doesn't support Trump Missouri Republican: Trump has not earned my vote Stoddard: Can Trump close the deal with the GOP? MORE (R-Ariz.) and other hawks have said that the military should consider keeping all 68,000 there through the fighting season.