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the military departments, and

at meetings and deliberations of departmental audiovisual matters. educational panels and advisory groups. (American Forces Information Service, Department (Department of Defense Education Activity, 4040 of Defense, Suite 311, 601 North Fairfax Street,

North Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA 22203–1635. Alexandria, VA 22314–2007. Phone, 703-428

Phone, 703-696 4236.) 0597.) Department of Defense Civilian

Office of Civilian Health and Medical Personnel Management Service The

Program of the Uniformed Services Department of Defense Civilian

The Office of Civilian Health and Personnel Management Service (CPMS)

Medical Program of the Uniformed was established August 30, 1993. It is

Services (OCHAMPUS) was established under the authority, direction, and as a field activity in 1974. The Office control of the Assistant Secretary of

contracts for and administers, in concert Defense for Force Management Policy, with military officials, regional managed and provides civilian personnel policy care support contracts for medical care support, functional information

provided in military treatment facilities management, and civilian personnel and by civilian sources for active duty administrative services to DOD

and retired service members and their components and their activities.

dependents and survivors. A regional (Department of Defense Civilian Personnel

structure, called TRICARE, combines two Management Service, 1400 Key Boulevard, B200, formerly separate components of the Arlington, VA 22209-5144. Phone, 703-696–2720.)

Military Health Services System: care in
Department of Defense Education military facilities; and, under
Activity The Department of Defense OCHAMPUS oversight, a civilian
Education Activity (DODEA) was

medical care program to supplement the established in 1992 under the authority, care available from the military facilities. direction, and control of the Assistant

(Office of Civilian Health and Medical Program of Secretary of Defense for Force

the Uniformed Services, Department of Defense, Management Policy. It consists of two

Aurora, CO 80045. Phone, 303–361-1313.) subordinate organizational entities: the Department of Defense Dependents

Defense Medical Programs Activity
Schools and the Department of Defense The Activity develops and maintains the
Domestic Dependent Elementary and Department of Defense Unified Medical
Secondary Schools.

Program to provide resources for all
The mission of DODEA is to serve as medical activities; develops, maintains,
the principal staff adviser to the Assistant and provides guidance for an integrated
Secretary of Defense for Force

system for planning, programming, and Management Policy on all Defense

budgeting for medical facility military education matters relative to overseas

construction projects throughout DOD and stateside education activities and

and for managing the allocation of the programs; formulate, develop, and implement policies, technical guidance,

financial resources approved for such and standards for the effective

projects; develops, maintains, and management of Defense education

oversees the design, enhancement, activities and programs; plan, direct,

operation, procurement, and coordinate, and manage the education management of information systems and programs for eligible dependents of U.S. related communications and automated military and civilian personnel stationed systems in support of the activities of the overseas and stateside; evaluate the DOD Military Health Services System programmatic and operational policies (MHSS); manages the DOD-wide and procedures for the DOD Dependent automated MHSS information systems; Schools, and DOD Domestic Dependent provides other support for DOD military Elementary and Secondary Schools; and

medical programs, as directed by the provide education activity representation

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Assistant Secretary of Defense (Health Affairs). (Defense Medical Programs Activity, Department of Defense, Skyline 5, Suite 810, 5111 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church, VA 22041-3201. Phone, 703-6818705. Fax, 703-681-8706.) Defense Prisoner of War/Missing in Action Office The Defense Prisoner of War/Missing in Action Office (DPMO) was established July 16, 1993, under the authority, direction, and control of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, and provides centralized management of prisoner of war/missing in action (POW/ MIA) affairs with the Department of Defense.

The Office provides DOD participation in the conduct of negotiations with officials of foreign governments in efforts to achieve the fullest possible accounting of missing American service men and women; assembles and analyzes information and maintains data bases on U.S. military and civilian personnel who are, or were, prisoners of war or missing in action; declassifies DOD documents for disclosure and release in accordance with section 1082 of Public Law 102190 (50 U.S.C. 401 note), Executive Order 12812 of July 22, 1992, and Executive Order 12958 of October 14, 1995; and maintains open channels of communication on POW/MIA matters between the Department and the Congress, POW/MIA families, veteran organizations, and the American public through periodic consultations and other appropriate methods. (Defense Prisoner of War/Missing in Action Office, Department of Defense, OASD/ISA, The Pentagon, Washington, DC 20301-2400. Phone, 703-6022102. Fax, 703-602-1891) Defense Technology Security Administration (DTSA) The Defense Technology Security Administration was established by the Deputy Secretary of Defense on May 10, 1985, under the authority, direction, and control of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Policy. The

mission of DTSA is to develop and implement DOD policies on international transfers of defense-related goods, services, and technologies to ensure that: critical U.S. military technological advantages are preserved; transfers of defense-related technology which could prove detrimental to U.S. security interests are controlled and limited; proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and their means of delivery is prevented; and legitimate defense cooperation with foreign allies and friends is supported. (Defense Technology Security Administration, Department of Defense, Suite 300, 400 Army Navy Drive, Arlington, VA 22202-2884. Phone, 703– 604–5215.) Office of Economic Adjustment The Office of Economic Adjustment is responsible for planning and managing the Department's economic adjustment programs and for assisting Federal, State, and local officials in cooperative efforts to alleviate any serious social and economic side effects resulting from major departmental realignments or other actions. (Office of Economic Adjustment, Department of Defense, 400 Army Navy Drive, Suite 200, Arlington, VA 22202-2884. Phone, 703-604 6020.) Washington Headquarters Services The Director of Administration and Management serves in a dual capacity as the Director of Washington Headquarters Services. The agency's mission is to provide administrative and operational support to certain Department of Defense activities in the National Capital region. Such support includes budget and accounting, personnel management, office services, security, correspondence, directives and records management, travel, building administration, information and data systems, voting assistance program, and other administrative support as required. (Washington Headquarters Services, Department of Defense, Room 3D972, The Pentagon, Washington, DC 20301-1155. Phone, 703-695-4436.)

DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE 1670 Air Force Pentagon, Washington, DC 20330_1670

SHEILA E. WIDNALL
NORMA J. PEARCE
S. SGT. FRANK D. GILROY
COL. GLENN C. WALTMAN
PATRICIA RYDER
RUDY F. DELEON
EVELYN J. MACKRELLA
JAMES F. BOATRIGHT
COL. ERIK L. WINBORN
LT. COL. TIMOTHY MILBRATH
S. SGT. KIMALA RICHE
BRIAN MCHUGH
ROBERT D. BAUERLEIN
MA), GEN. H. HALE BURR, JR.

BRIG. GEN. JAMES D. LATHAM

ANTHONY J. DELUCA

RODNEY A. COLEMAN

PHILLIP P. UPSCHULTE

SECRETARY OF THE AIR FORCE

Confidential Assistant
Staff Assistant
Military Assistant

Special Actions Officer
Under Secretary of the Air Force

Special Assistant
Consultant
Military Assistant
Executive Officer
Executive Noncommissioned Officer

Administrative Assistant
Deputy Under Secretary (International Affairs)
Principal Deputy Under Secretary

(International Affairs) Assistant Deputy Under Secretary

(International Affairs) Director, Small and Disadvantaged Business

Utilization Assistant Secretary (Manpower, Reserve Affairs,

Installations, and Environment) Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary

(Manpower, Reserve Affairs,

Installations, and Environment) Deputy Assistant Secretary (Force

Management and Personnel) Deputy Assistant Secretary (Reserve Affairs) Deputy Assistant Secretary (Installations)

Director, Air Force Real Estate Agency Deputy Assistant Secretary (Environment,

Safety, and Occupational Health)
Deputy, Air Force Review Boards Agency
Executive Director, Air Force Board,

Correction of Military Records
Director, Air Force Base Conversion

Agency
Director, Air Force Personnel Council
Director, Air Force Civilian Appellate

Review Office
Deputy (Equal Opportunity)
Assistant Secretary (Financial Management and

Comptroller of the Air Force) Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary

(Financial Management) Deputy Assistant Secretary (Budget)

RUBY B. DEMESME

BRYAN E. SHARRATT
JIMMY G. DISHNER
WILLIAM E. EDWARDS
THOMAS W. L. MCCALL, JR.

JOE G. LINEBERGER
MACK M. BURTON, Acting

ALAN K. OLSEN

COL. TERRANCE L. MURTAUGH SOPHIE A. CLARK, Acting

DENNIS M. COLLINS ROBERT F. HALE

JOHN W. BEACH

BRIG. GEN. GEORGE STRINGER

COL. PHILIP E. RUTER

ROBERT W. ZOOK

CATHLYNN B. SPARKS
BRIG. GEN. EVERETT G. ODGERS
COL. RODNEY W. WOOD
LEROY T. BASEMAN

A. ERNEST FITZGERALD JOHN J. NETHERY

Director, Budget and Appropriations

Liaison
Director, Budget Management and

Execution
Director, Budget Investment
Director, Budget Operations

Director, Budget Programs
Deputy Assistant Secretary (Cost and

Economics)
Deputy (Management Systems)
Deputy Assistant Secretary (Financial

Operations)
Assistant Secretary (Acquisition)
Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary

(Acquisition)
Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary

(Acquisition and Management) Deputy Assistant Secretary (Research and

Engineering)
Deputy Assistant Secretary

(Communications, Computers, and

Support Systems)
Deputy Assistant Secretary (Contracting)

DARLENE A. DRUYUN, Acting LT. GEN. GEORGE K. MUELLNER

(VACANCY)

(VACANCY)

LLOYD K. MOSEMANN II

BRIG. GEN. TIMOTHY P.

MALISHENKO BLAISE J. DURANTE

BRIG. GEN. JAMES M. RICHARDS III

COL. MICHAEL W. SCHOENFELD BRIG. GEN. JOHN W. HAWLEY

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MA). GEN. ROBERT S. DICKMAN COL. AUBIN A. HIGGINS, Acting (VACANCY)

Deputy Assistant Secretary (Management

Policy and Program Integration)
Director, Long Range Power Projection,

Special Operations Forces, Airlift, and

Training Programs
Director, Electronics and Special Programs
Director, Fighter, Command, Control, and

Weapons Programs
Director, Space Programs
Director, Science and Technology
Director, Air Force Program Executive

Office
Commander, Joint Logistics Systems Center
Assistant Secretary (Space)

Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary (Space)
Deputy Assistant Secretary (Space Plans and

Policy)
Director, Space Systems
Director, Special Projects
General Counsel
Inspector General
Administrative Assistant to the Secretary

Chief, Civilian Personnel Division
Director, Information Management
Director, Plans, Programs, and Budget
Chief, Military Personnel Division

Director, Security and Investigative Programs
Auditor General of the Air Force
Director, Legislative Liaison

Chief, Congressional Inquiry Division Director, Public Affairs

BRIG. GEN. DAVID A. HERRELKO
JEFFREY K. HARRIS
JIMMIE D. HILL
RICHARD M. MCCORMICK

BRIG. GEN. THOMAS J. SCANLAN, JR.
COL. HOWARD MITCHELL
SHEILA C. CHESTON
LT. GEN. MARCUS A. ANDERSON
WILLIAM A. DAVIDSON
PEGGY S. PARK
COL. KEVIN A. COLLINS
COL. DAVID C. WALKER
LT. COL. EDWARD G. PATRICK
LT. COL. ERIC E. PATTERSON
JACKIE R. CRAWFORD
MA). GEN. NORMAND G. LEZY
COL. JOHN WILSON
BRIG. GEN. RONALD T. SCONYERS

COL. ALAN DEFEND
WALT WERNER
COL. TOM BOYD
COL. MIKE CONLEY
JUNE FORTE
MAJ. WILL HUMMISTON

Chief, Public Affairs Staff Group
Chief, Community Relations
Chief, Media Relations
Chief, Resources
Chief, Security Review
Chief, Air Force News Agency Liaison

Office
Air Staff
Chief of Staff
Vice Chief of Staff

Assistant Vice Chief of Staff
Special Assistant to the Secretary and

Chief of Staff Air Force for Base

Realignment and Transition
Special Assistant, Theater Air Defense
Chief, Safety
Chief, Security Police
Chairman, Scientific Advisory Board
Director, Services
Director, Programs and Evaluation
Director, Test and Evaluation

GEN. RONALD R. FOGLEMAN
GEN. THOMAS S. MOORMAN, JR.
LT. GEN LLOYD W. NEWTON
(VACANCY)

MA). GEN. W. THOMAS WEST
BRIG. GEN. ORIN L. GODSEY
BRIG. GEN. STEPHEN C. MANNELL
GENE H. MCCALL
BRIG. GEN. PATRICK O. ADAMS
MA). GEN. JOHN W. HANDY
LT. GEN. HOWARD W. LEAF, USAF

(RET.) MA). GEN. EUGENE A. LUPIA RICHARD P. HALLION EDWARD A. FEIGENBAUM MAI. GEN. ROBERT A. MCINTOSH LT. GEN. EDWARD D. BACA LT. GEN. EDGAR R. ANDERSON, JR. MA). GEN. ARTHUR S. THOMAS (VACANCY) (VACANCY)

LT. GEN. EUGENE E. HABIGER
MA). GEN. RALPH E. EBERHART
MA). GEN. GEORGE T. BABBITT, JR.
LT. GEN. JOHN S. FAIRFIELD

The Civil Engineer
Air Force Historian
Chief Scientist of the Air Force
Chief, Air Force Reserve
Chief, National Guard Bureau
Surgeon General of the Air Force
Chief, Chaplains
The Judge Advocate General
Commander, Air Force Legal Services

Agency
Deputy Chief of Staff (Personnel)
Deputy Chief of Staff (Plans and Operations)
Deputy Chief of Staff (Logistics)
Deputy Chief of Staff (Command, Control,

Communications, and Computers)
Assistant Chief of Staff (Intelligence)

Commander, 497th Intelligence Group
Director of Assessments, National Air

Intelligence Center
Major Commands:
Air Combat Command (Langley Air Force

Base, VA 23665-2788)
Air Force Materiel Command (Wright-Patterson

Air Force Base, OH 45433-5001) Air Mobility Command (Scott Air Force Base,

IL 62225-5363)
Air Force Space Command (Peterson Air Force

Base, CO 80914_4020)
Air Force Special Operations Command

(Hurlburt Field, FL 32544–5273) Air Education and Training Command

(Randolph Air Force Base, TX 78150–

MA). GEN. JOHN P. CASCIANO COL. JAMES M. SULLIVAN ROBERT S. BOYD

GEN. JOSEPH W. RALSTON

GEN. HENRY VICCELLIO, JR.

GEN. ROBERT L. RUTHERFORD

GEN. JOSEPH W. ASHY

MA). GEN. JAMES L. HOBSON, JR.

GEN. BILLY J. BOLES

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