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“We know people are staying fit regardless, but we want to give our Airmen enough time to prepare,” said @usairforce  Chief of Staff Gen. Charles Q. Brown Jr..

@usairforce  Gen. Charles “CQ” Brown said the Air Force must institute cultural changes to keep pace with the improving Chinese and Russian militaries.

Gen. Charles “CQ” Brown, the Air Force’s new chief of staff, committed Monday to driving rapid change within the service, which he says is critical to maintaining military advantages over great-power competitors China and Russia.

“Just like Ricky Bobby, I want to go fast,” Gen. Charles Brown said, referring to the fictional NASCAR driver depicted by Will Ferrell in Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby. “My central theme as your chief of staff [is] accelerate change or lose.”

“I’m in awe that I’m even standing here as the 22nd Air Force chief of staff, considering I had only planned to stay in the Air Force four years, and I almost quit ROTC after the first semester....” ~ Gen. Charles "CQ" BrownCongratulations!

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Here's a look at the career of Gen. Charles Q. Brown Jr., who will lead the @usairforce  through a period of transition that includes preparations for the rise of China, new realities created by the coronavirus, and racial equality issues in the service.

Gen. Charles Q. Brown Jr. recently made history as the first Black service branch chief.

really good @DanLamothe ⁩ read on Gen. Charles Q. Brown Jr. - both on the genesis of the viral video and the overall career path that led him to the highest levels of the U.S. military

EXCLUSIVE: The new Air Force chief wasn’t sure how to address George Floyd’s killing. Then he talked to his son. A profile and interview with Gen. Charles Q. "CQ" Brown, who just made history as the first Black military officer to lead a service branch.

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Pres. Trump and VP Pence took part in a ceremonial swearing-in of Gen. Charles Q. Brown as incoming U.S. Air Force chief of staff. Brown will be the first African American to lead a branch of the U.S. military when he's officially sworn in later this week.

Pres. Trump and VP Pence took part in a ceremonial swearing-in of Gen. Charles Q. Brown as incoming U.S. Air Force chief of staff. Brown will be the first African American to lead a branch of the U.S. military when he's officially sworn in later this week.

The senate confirmed Gen. Charles Q. Brown, 98-0, as the 22nd @usairforce  Chief of Staff. Congrats Gen. Brown!

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My decision to appoint @usairforce  General Charles Brown as the USA’s first-ever African American military service chief has now been approved by the Senate. A historic day for America! Excited to work even more closely with Gen. Brown, who is a Patriot and Great Leader!

Senate Confirms Gen. Charles Brown As First Black Air Force Chief Of Staff

The Senate has unanimously confirmed Gen. Charles Brown Jr. as chief of staff of the U.S. Air Force, making him the first black officer to lead one of the nation’s military services.

Gen. Charles Q. Brown has been confirmed as the 22nd U.S. Air Force Chief of Staff.

The Senate has confirmed Gen. Charles Q. Brown Jr. to be chief of staff of the Air Force, marking the first time an African American man will serve as a service chief in the US military

The Senate unanimously confirmed Gen. Charles Brown as the Air Force’s chief of staff. The 4-star general, who recently spoke about his experience with racism, will be the first black man in the position.

The Senate has confirmed Gen. Charles Q. Brown Jr. to be chief of staff of the Air Force, marking the first time an African American man will serve as a service chief in the US military

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