Death and Obituary : Gen. Charles "CQ" Brown Jr. as the next Air Force
The Senate on Tuesday unanimously confirmed Gen. Charles "CQ" Brown Jr. as the next Air Force chief of staff – marking the first time an African-American officer has served as chief of staff of a military service.
Before anyone brings up Colin Powell, he was never a service chief. He was chairman of the joint chiefs. He never led an entire branch. The chairman of the joint chiefs is a military figurehead that is a liaison between the president and the military. He is head of the branches but cannot make any military decisions.
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While this accomplishment is huge for the Air Force and military in general, I'm curious as to which African country he emigrated from. An African-American is someone who born outside of the U.S. and then granted citizenship here. Was the general born in America? If so, then he is an American general serving as the Air Force Chief of Staff. Correct?
My first thought (sorry) was whether Gen Brown could be trusted and if he was a deep state type like Gen Mattis (Ret) and the like. But, that is just unfair of me, so Congratulations General Charles Brown and God speed! Nothing can stop the US Air Force.