Distinguished Lecture: Gen. John Raymond. U.S. Space Command

Mon Feb 24 2020 06:00 PM to 07:00 PM
The Kendeda Building, 422 Ferst Dr NW

You are invited to attend a

Distinguished Lecture

featuring

Gen. John William "Jay" Raymond

Chief of Operations for the United States Space Force

Sponsored by Georgia Tech's

  • Center for Space Technology And Research (CSTAR)

  • Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering

  • Sam Nunn School of International Affairs

About the Speaker

John William "Jay" Raymond is a general in the United States Space Force and serves as the Space Force's first chief of Space Operations. He also concurrently serves as the commander of United States Space Command and is a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Prior to being unilaterally transferred to the Space Force, he served over 35 years in United States Air Force. While in the Air Force, he served as the commander of U.S. Space Command, the commander of the Air Force Space Command, and as commander of Joint Force Space Component. Prior to that, he served at the Pentagon as the Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations. He assumed his command of Air Force Space Command on October 25, 2016, Joint Force Space Component on December 1, 2017, United States Space Command on August 29, 2019, and as the Chief of Space Operations on December 20, 2019.

Location

The Kendeda Building, 422 Ferst Dr NW

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