Here’s what ‘accelerating change’ will look like at Air Mobility Command

Here’s what ‘accelerating change’ will look like at Air Mobility Command
Barely a week after Air Force Gen. Jacqueline Van Ovost took the reins at Air Mobility Command, her boss, Chief of Staff Gen. Charles Q. Brown Jr., outlined the Air Force’s strategic approach as it prepares for a potential high-end fight.

In his eight-page white paper, “Accelerate Change or Lose,” released Aug. 31, Brown said the Air Force must adapt to a new reality in which the United States' military dominance is no longer assured, and peer nations such as China and Russia are increasingly aggressive and emboldened.

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