Maj. Gen. Stephen Clark Assigned as Air Force Strategic Plans Director

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Stephen Clark

Maj. Gen. Stephen Clark, a former officer stationed at U.S. Special Operations Command, has been assigned to the strategic plans director position in support of the U.S. Air Force‘s deputy chief of staff for strategic plans and requirements.

Clark will transition to the new position from his prior role as Socom’s director of force structure requirements, resources and strategic assessments, the Defense Department said Friday.

Clark has served as executive officer to both the Air Force Special Operations Command vice commander and commander, chief of SOF contingency plans and programs, senior USSOCOM liaison officer to the National Counterterrorism Center and deputy commanding general for the Joint Special Operations Command in his 28 years of active-duty service.

He is a command pilot with more than 3,300 hours of flight with 13 different aircraft and has flown in combat missions in Somalia, Bosnia, Haiti, Afghanistan and Iraq.

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