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Title: Commander in chief The Honorable George W. Bush

Commander in chiefThe Honorable George W. Bush
  • Power to make treaties
  • Makes U.S. national policy
  • Power to appoint ambassadors, ministers, and
    consuls, ministers, and consuls
  • CINC of the US military forces
  • President of the United States of America

Secretary of Defense DR. ROBERT M. GATES
  • Responsible to the president for running the
    Separtment of Defense (DoD).
  • Controls all DoD assets

Secretary of State Dr. Condoleezza Rice
  • -Serves as the Presidents main adviser on
    foreign policy.
  • -Conducts talks with foreign leaders and other
  • -Works with foreign countries on treaties and
  • -Researches and writes reports about all aspects
    of foreign countries.
  • -Informs the Congress and citizens on the conduct
    of foreign relations.
  • -Promotes friendly relationships, economic trade
    and peace with the nations of the world.

Secretary of the Air Force MICHAEL B. DONLEY
  • Mr. Michael B. Donley is the Acting Secretary of
    the Air Force, Washington, D.C. He was designated
    by the President to perform the duties of this
    position, effective June 21, 2008. His formal
    nomination to be Secretary is pending in the U.S.
    Senate. He is responsible for the affairs of the
    Department of the Air Force, including the
    organizing, training, equipping and providing for
    the welfare of its more than 300,000 men and
    women on active duty, 180,000 members of the Air
    National Guard and the Air Force Reserve, 160,000
    civilians, and their families. He also oversees
    the Air Force's annual budget of approximately
    110 billion.

Chairman -Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Mike
  • Admiral Mike MullenAdmiral Mullen was sworn in
    as the 17th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
    on October 1, 2007. He serves as the principal
    military advisor to the President, the Secretary
    of Defense, the National Security Council, and
    the Homeland Security Council.

Chief of Staff, USAF General Norman Schwartz
  • General Norton A. Schwartz is Chief of Staff of
    the U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C. As Chief, he
    serves as the senior uniformed Air Force officer
    responsible for the organization, training and
    equipping of nearly 700,000 active-duty, Guard,
    Reserve and civilian forces serving in the United
    States and overseas. As a member of the Joint
    Chiefs of Staff, the general and other service
    chiefs function as military advisers to the
    Secretary of Defense, National Security Council
    and the President.

Commander, Air Education and Training Cmd
  • Gen. Stephen R. Lorenz is Commander, Air
    Education and Training Command, Randolph Air
    Force Base, Texas. He is responsible for the
    recruiting, training and education of Air Force
    personnel. His command includes the Air Force
    Recruiting Service, two numbered air forces and
    Air University. AETC trains more than 340,000
    students per year and consists of 13 bases, more
    than 88,000 active-duty, Reserve, Guard,
    civilians and contractors, and 1,485 trainer,
    fighter and mobility aircraft.

Air University CommanderLt Gen Allen G. Peck
  • Air University, a major command direct reporting
    unit with headquarters at Maxwell Air Force Base,
    Ala., is a major component of Air Education and
    Training Command, and is the Air Force's center
    for professional military education

AF Officer Accessions Training Schools CC
  • Col. Teresa A. H. Djuric is Commander, Jeanne M.
    Holm Center for Officer Accessions and Citizen
    Development Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala. She is
    the single point manager for approximately 13,000
    students in 144 detachments in the Air Force
    Reserve Officer Training Corps program and 1,900
    students in Officer Training School. She controls
    nearly 80 percent of line, chaplain, judge
    advocate, nurse, medical service and biomedical
    science officer production for the Air Force. She
    also oversees the Air Force Junior ROTC program
    at more than 869 locations with more than 105,000

AFJROTC CommanderColonel Richard J. Ragaller
  • Colonel Richard Rags Ragaller is the Director,
    Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps,
    Maxwell Air Force Base, Al. He is responsible for
    the Air Forces High School citizenship training
    program for more than 102,000 students at over
    850 high schools worldwide, managing over 1,800
    instructors. Colonel Ragaller directs staff
    initiatives and policy to implement the worlds
    largest and most comprehensive aerospace science
    education program. He develops policies and
    procedures for the day-to-day operation of the
    JROTC program establishes standards for unit
    operations, instructor qualifications, and cadet
    performance screens, approves, and certifies
    instructors establishes and disestablishes JROTC
    units establishes the curriculum and provides
    equipment, supplies, and uniforms to JROTC units.
    He also conducts certification and training
    workshops for instructors and collects data on
    student performance and demographics. The colonel
    also monitors distribution of 10 percent of
    AFROTC scholarships for officer candidates
    allocated to JROTC.