After the first African American chief of staff, the US Air Force ushered in the first female chief of staff

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 After the first African American chief of staff, the US Air Force ushered in the first female chief of staff


According to the report, the U.S. military has rarely promoted women to senior positions. No woman has ever served as chief of staff or Joint Chiefs of staff in a service. In his new role, Buss will be a senior soldier adviser to brown and Barbara Barrett, the US Air Force Secretary, on matters such as welfare and appointment of US Air Force sergeants and soldiers.

Busss hometown is milirani, Hawaii. She joined the U.S. Air Force in 1993.

I am honored to be elected as the 19th chief sergeant of the air force, following in the footsteps of the most outstanding leader in the history of our air force, the air force quoted buss as saying. I know the historical significance of this moment, and I will certainly live up to it.

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