Air Force Chief Moseley fights for his own

Tiron, Roxana
May 2007
Hill;5/18/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 60, p11
The article presents an interview with T. Michael Moseley, U.S. Air Force's chief of staff. When asked about his way of seeing the changes in Air Force in coming years, he said that, the Air Force is going to be constant over the coming period of time. About his proposal for the Air Force to become an executive agent for UAVs, he said that there should not be a unique system that it is so unique that it is not joint. He also supported the view to be the executive agent for cargo aircraft.


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