AFA’s Spencer on Air Warfare Symposium, Innovation, Accomplishments


Gen. Larry Spencer, USAF Ret., the former US Air Force vice chief who is now the president of the Air Force Association, discusses what to expect at the assocation’s Air Warfare Symposium next week in Orlando, the importance of engaging with innovative entrepreneurs like Jeff Bezos and Mark Cuban, accomplishments during his tenure and what’s next, being an Airman for Life, and the late Lt. Gen. George Muellner’s legacy with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian. Spencer enlisted in the Air Force in 1971 at the age of 18 rose through the noncommissioned ranks for nine years before becoming an office in 1980 to become vice chief. Spencer, who became AFA president in 2015 immediately after retiring, will step down March 1, 2019, and be replaced by Lt. Gen. Bruce “Orville” Wright, USAF Ret.

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