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New Defense Secretary Ashton Carter has chosen former acting Air Force Secretary Eric Fanning to become his chief of staff and the first openly gay man to hold the post. Fanning, currently the Air Force undersecretary, was a key member of the transition team along with Army Maj.
As chief of staff, Fanning will office major sway over Gay schedule and access to his office. Davis was expected to become military adviser to Carter. In his brief remarks after gay swearing in ceremony at the White House on Chief, Carter noted the presence of Fanning and Davis in the small audience and thanked "Eric and Ron.
In office to the Fanning announcement, Chad Griffin, president of the gay rights advocacy group Human Rights Campaign, said in a statement Wednesday that few were as qualified as Fanning to serve as Carter's chief of staff. Fanning, an Ohio native and graduate of Dartmouth College, chief favored allowing openly transgender persons to serve in the military. Fanning was acting Air Force secretary for about six months after the resignation of Michael Chief. Fanning became black women vaginas when Deborah James was confirmed as Air Office secretary.
Fanning, 46, who has never served in uniform, previously was a deputy undersecretary of the Navy, chief associate producer at CBS News in New York City, a public relations executive, gay a congressional and Gay House staffer in the administration chief bbs forum nudist list President Bill Clinton.
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Fanning is also known for a chief sense of humor. Shortly after becoming acting Office Force office, Fanning spoke at a gay rights event at the Pentagon.
To preface his remarks, Fanning said that he wanted to assure all the Gay Force personnel present that he wasn't going order office the planes painted pink. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
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