NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. — Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein on Tuesday announced the three one-star generals who will lead the effort to revamp the service's squadron structure, command and control, and joint leader development.
Brig. Gen. Stephen Davis, director of manpower, organization and resources, will be in charge of overhauling squadrons, Goldfein said during his speech to the Air Force Association's Air Space Cyber conference here. Brig. Gen. Brian Killough, director of strategy, concepts and assessments, will oversee improving jointness, and Brig. Gen. Chance Saltzman, director of future operations, will head the effort to improve command and control.
Goldfein described these three elements as "foundational," and said focusing on them over the next four years will set the Air Force up to accomplish even more than it already has.
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Revitalizing the squadron structure is first on Goldfein's list, and he wants to see some ideas by Jan. 1.