United States Congress Confirms First Black American Military Chief, Charles Brown

U.S. Senate has confirmed the appointment of General Charles Brown Jnr, as Chief of Staff of the United States Airforce.

United States Congress Confirms First Black American Military Chief, Charles Brown
General Charles Brown Jnr

The United States Senate has approved the nomination of General Charles Brown Jnr, as Chief of Staff of the U.S. Airforce.

The Trump administration nominated the General for that position on March 2, 2020, making him the first black American Military service chief.

“My decision to appoint @usairforce General Charles Brown as the USA’s first-ever African American military service chief has now been approved by the Senate; a historic day for America! Excited to work even more closely with Gen. Brown, who is a Patriot and Great Leader,” he tweeted.

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Recently, the General was seen in video footages, condemning the racial injustice in U.S, which had led to the death of fellow Black American, George Floyd.

Meanwhile, the outgoing Chief of Staff of the U.S. Airforce, General Gave Goldfein, stated that Brown was the best military officer to fill that position and take the Airforce to greater heights.

“There is no more seasoned warfighter in the U.S. Air Force than CQ Brown, and no leader has been better prepared for this job than him. Dawn and I are excited to watch our Air Force and Airmen flourish under his talented leadership. Congratulations to CQ and Sharene,” he tweeted.

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