Daniel Charles (Dan) Edwards, USAF Col

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Dan Edwards, a former AMS Member, is Chief of the Integration, Plans, and Requirements Division, in the Air Force Directorate of Operations at the Pentagon in Washington, DC. The Division plans weather and space environmental support for the Air Force Weather functional area and oversees integration of technology and weather into C4I and modeling systems. Colonel Edwards entered the Air Force in 1989 as a distinguished graduate of the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. He has been a wing weather officer, a reconnaissance weather officer, a flight commander, a Wing Executive Officer, a Field Operating Agency Branch Chief, a Field Operating Agency Division Chief, and a squadron commander. Colonel Edwards is from North Platte, Nebraska.



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