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Appendix A: Biographical Sketches of Committee Members
Pages 27-30

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... He was responsible for appointing, managing, and evaluating program executive officers as well as managing the Army Acquisition Corps and Army Acquisition Workforce.
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... Bolton's Air Force service include serving as the Commander, Air Force Security Assistance Center, where he managed foreign military sales programs with totals exceeding $90 billion that supported more than 80 foreign countries; serving as a test pilot for the F-4, F-111, and F-16; program executive officer for the Air Force Fighter and Bomber programs; and the first program manager for the Advance Tactical Fighter Technologies program, which evolved into the F-22 System Program Office. An experienced command pilot flying more than 40 different aircraft including Army helicopters; during the Vietnam War he flew 232 combat missions, 40 over North Vietnam.
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... He is a former Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Systems Engineering and former Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for ­Science, Technology, and Engineering where he provided program engineering and technical management policy for over $60 billion in major acquisition category I and II programs, functional development for more than 40,000 scientist and engineer professionals, and oversight for the $2 billion Air Force S&T program as S&T executive. He was directly responsible for instituting the early systems engineering initiative leading to the enactment of the Weapon Systems Acquisition Reform Act and subsequent revitalization of development planning, launched the first-ever Air Force STEM Strategic Plan leading to the Air Force STEM Advisory Council, and is a member of the national security space workforce cadre serving in launch and range operations, development planning, and joint space program office assignments.
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... In the Air Force, she directed an annual budget in excess of $30 billion that included major weapon systems such as unmanned aircraft, fighter aircraft and munitions, information technology, alternative energy, advanced manufacturing, and intelligence programs. Prior to her government service in 2001, she worked in senior leadership capacities at Lockheed Martin/Martin Marietta with responsibility for leading DoD initiatives in areas such as information technology, complex space systems, intelligence, and operations.

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