Pamela J. LINCOLN

U.S. Air Force • Mobilization Assistant to the Chief of Staff

Maj. Gen. Pamela Lincoln is the Mobilization Assistant to the Chief of Staff of the U.S. Air Force. In this position she assists the Chief of Staff to develop and implement policy, obtain resources and develop concepts of operation to ensure U.S. Air Forces are properly organized, trained and equipped.

General Lincoln is a command space operations officer and a basic missile operations officer. She served on active duty in various assignments until 1998 when she joined the Air Force Reserve. She was certified to instruct and evaluate operations for the Minuteman II and Minuteman III Intercontinental Ballistic Missile, the GPS Satellite, and the SPACEAF Aerospace Operations Center, currently known as the Joint Space Operations Center. She was also basic mission certified in the Defense Meteorological Satellite Program. She recently served as the Mobilization Assistant to the Commander, 14th Air Force, Air Force Space Command and Deputy Joint Force Space Component Commander. Additionally, she was part of the initial cadre to activate the Air Force Space Command Forward Element at the Pentagon. General Lincoln received her commission from Officer Training School in 1989. She has held leadership positions at the squadron, wing, Air Operations Center and Air Staff levels.

Events

International Astronautical Congress 2019

21-25 October 2019

Washington, United States of America

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