SpaceCom chief has 'transformation' background. (Washington Pulse).
At the time, both Roche and Lord were focused on how the Air Force should be restructured after the end of the Vietnam War.
"It seems fitting [that] that little group from Andy's office is back together," Roche told a recent conference of the Air Force Association.
Before his recent promotion, Lord was assistant vice chief of staff at headquarters U.S. Air Force. Gen. Ed Eberhart, commander AFSPC and commander in chief North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Space Command, will turn over the AFSPC responsibilities to Lord sometime in April and remain head of NORAD and U.S. Space Command. The organizational change is the result of a recommendation made last year by the Department of Defense Space Commission.
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|Title Annotation:||Lance Lord, Air Force chief|
|Author:||Book, Elizabeth G.|
|Date:||Apr 1, 2002|
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