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Chief Wright: New rules on high-year tenure coming soon

September 13, 2018

From the Air Force Times website

In his first year and a half on the job, Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Kaleth Wright has been a driving force behind many changes that have improved airmen’s lives — and drawn cheers from many.

Wright has helped push the Air Force to adopt the new OCP uniform, slash unnecessary rules, training and additional duties, eliminate enlisted performance reports for airmen first class, and change professional military education. And his willingness to root out nagging problems that frustrate airmen day to day — as well as his lighthearted, social media-friendly presence — have earned him a fan base online and for some, the tongue-in-cheek nickname “Enlisted Jesus.”

In an August 15 interview, Wright said those “small wins” over the past year have helped increase morale among enlisted airmen and build trust in himself and other Air Force leaders.

And in the coming year, Wright said he’s planning to build on the progress made.


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