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Brig Gen Gentry Boswell U.S. Air Force (Ret)

Brigadier General Gentry W. Boswell is a career military officer that has served over 30 years in Air Force and Joint Operational Combat Units. He has commanded two Combat Wings and served as the Deputy Commander for the Department of Defense’s only Joint Region Command in the Pacific AOR. He has amassed over 4,800 hours of flight time in the B-1B, B-52H, RC-135 and E-6B; with over 500 hours of combat time in Southwest Asia, the Horn of Africa and the Balkans. He has served as the Director of Operations for Air Force Global Strike Command and has two Pentagon tours serving in the Operations and Organization Directorates leading over $52 Billion dollars of budget execution responsibility for cutting-edge operations and developmental programs for the Air Force and Department of Defense.

Brig Gen Boswell received his commission in 1991 as a Distinguished Graduate of the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps at Delta State University, MS and has earned Master’s Degrees in Aerospace Science, Political Science and Strategic Planning.

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