GENERAL CHARLES “CQ” BROWN BECOMES FIRST AFRICAN AMERICAN USA MILITARY SERVICE CHIEF

By: Economic & Finance Report

General Charles “CQ” Brown has done it…. He is the first African American US Air Force chief of staff, and the first African American to lead a military branch in the United States. Nominated by President Trump in March 2020. He is second African American to join the US Joint Chiefs of Staff (after former Sec. of State General Colin Powell). He was confirmed by the Senate with a 98-0 vote, on June 9, 2020 (Wednesday).

General Brown has decorated accomplishments to him. He is a 4 star general; and until recently he lead the Air Force in the pacific. General Brown started his career in the Air Force in 1984, as F-16 fighter pilot and instructor. He served in duties around the globe particularly in Europe, Asia and the Middle East. -SB

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