CSAF's Vector discusses Air Force intelligence transformation

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The latest Chief of Staff's Vector outlines changes in the way the Air Force will transform its intelligence activities.

"Our first step is to realign functions within the Headquarters Staff to establish the AF/A2 as the single focal point and lead for all Air Force intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities," said Gen. T. Michael Moseley, the Air Force chief of staff.

"To that end I have redesignated the Air Force A2 as the deputy chief of staff for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, empowering the A2 to be the end-to-end functional manager for all Air Force ISR capabilities," General Moseley said.

"ISR has become the foundation of global vigilance, reach and power. The ISR transformation initiatives we are beginning will further enhance our ability to fly and fight as America's Air Force," the general said.

This CSAF Vector and other senior leader viewpoints can be found in the Library section of Air Force Link.

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