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The primary purpose of this position is to serve as Deputy to the Chief, International Affairs Division, who is the principal advisor to COMPACAF on International Relations and Security Cooperation (TSC).
- Serves as Deputy to the Division Chief with executive authority to plan, organize, and direct the activities of the International Affairs Division. Serves as full deputy to the chief and in this capacity, fully shares in management of the division.
- Performs a wide range of analytical and administrative duties related to PACAF foreign engagement.
- Implements strategic and operational building partner/building partner capacity imperatives for COMP ACAF, P ACAF staff and subordinate organizations in the Pacific AOR (NAFs, US Forces Japan and Korea).
- Manages COMPACAF exercise and senior officer visit requirements, International Military Personnel Exchange Program, USAF Professional Military Education Program, and Foreign Liaison Officer Program for Pacific AOR on behalf of Chief of Staff, USAF.
- Coordinates military engagement requirements between foreign embassies, USEMB, SAF, HAF, PACAF, and USPACOM staffs on multi-level mil-mil engagements and large-scale operational exercises in support of international participation.
- Implements, monitors, and makes recommendations relative to the DoD and HQ USAF directed programs governing visits to Pacific and CONUS locations by foreign national military senior officials.
Occasional travel - Employee must be willing to travel and when traveling must be willing to travel by military or commercial air; and as required by the position, employee must maintain a current passport.
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