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Air Force relieves commander of Thunderbirds [ABC News]

ALTABA INC (AABA)  More Company Research Source: ABC News
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PDF The commander of the U.S. Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron, famously known as the Thunderbirds, was relieved last week after the Air Force determined it had lost confidence in his leadership style. Lt. Col. Jason Heard is the first Thunderbirds commander to be relieved of duty. The Thunderbirds, based at Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas, are the Air Force's flying aerobatic team. They perform for audiences across the country. According to an Air Force press release, Heard lead the Thunderbirds through a highly successful show season, but Brig. Gen. Jeannie Leavitt, 57th Wing Commander, lost confidence in his leadership and risk management style. Leavitt determined that new leadership was necessary to ensure the highest levels of pride, precision and professionalism within the team, the release stated. Leavitt was said the decision was incredibly difficult to make, but added it was in the best interests of the Thunderbird team. The team's former operations officer has [Read more]

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