Air Force's first chief architect officer to resign

By Shelley K. Mesch / April 18, 2022 at 12:54 PM
Preston Dunlap, the Air Force's first chief architect officer, will resign from his role in the coming weeks, he announced in a LinkedIn post today . In the three years since taking the position, Dunlap oversaw the architecture of more than $70 billion in Air Force and Space Force research, development and acquisition, but he wrote that his duties of driving innovation were a challenge in the Defense Department. Dunlap has worked to “defy gravity,” he wrote, by developing “previously...

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