Gen. Charles “CQ” Brown, the commander of Pacific Air Forces, responds to a question, May 7, 2020 on Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C., during a Senate Armed Services Committee confirmation hearing to consider his nomination to be the next Air Force chief of staff. Brown Jr. took over the reins of U.S. Air Forces Central on Monday in a ceremony at Shaw Air Force Base that is steeped in tradition. Senate unanimously confirms Gen. Charles Brown Jr. as Air Force chief of staff, the first black officer to lead one of the nation's military services. Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Charles Q. Brown Jr. officially took the reins as Chief of Staff of the Air Force in an Aug. 6 ceremony marking the transition of leadership from retiring Gen. David L. Goldfein. Brown Jr., commander U.S. Air Forces Central Command, Bob Durbin, Aerospace Industries Association chief operating officer, Tom Kallman, president of Kallan Worldwide, and Barbara A. Leaf, U.S. of the Air Force Kaleth O. Wright during a transition ceremony at Joint Base Andrews on Aug. 6. Brown Jr. salutes Chief Master Sgt. Lt. Gen. Charles Q. (C-Span video capture) Gen. Charles Q. Brown was nominated to become the 22nd chief of staff succeeding Gen. David L. Goldfein. Lt. Gen. Charles Q.
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