What's on the Chief's Scope?
By Air Force News Service
| March 14, 2007
The Chief's Scope is designed to briefly highlight current topics Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. T. Michael Moseley feels are important to America's Airmen. (U.S. Air Force illustration/Mike Carabajal)
Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. T. Michael Moseley launched a new Web feature Wednesday to tell Airmen what is of special interest to him.
Known as "The Chief's Scope," it is designed to briefly highlight current topics General Moseley feels are important to America's Airmen.
"The issues on my scope are ones that keep me up at night," said General Moseley. "(These are) ones your senior leaders are working to make sure our Airmen are the best organized, trained and equipped military force in the world."
The Chief's Scope, available on Air Force Link's homepage, www.af.mil, will feature a consistently updated listing of topics General Moseley wants to highlight to Airmen.
"I'll use this forum to fire quick bursts of news so you'll know what I am focusing on now, or will be focusing on soon," he explained.
The first set of topics includes the Airman's Warfighting Ethos, the Combat Search and Rescue mission, the new tanker and several more. General Moseley has written a brief explanation of each topic so Airmen can better understand the issues he's working and why they are important to the Air Force's senior leaders.
The goal is knowledge-enabled Airmen, who are informed on the Air Force's key issues and where the service is going.
"I'm excited about the direction our Air Force is heading," said General Moseley. "I'm proud to have you on my wing as we fly, fight and win." (AFNEWS)