Shon Manasco to be Nominated Full-Time Air Force Undersecretary

Shon Manasco
Shon Manasco

President Donald Trump intends to nominate Shon Manasco, acting undersecretary of the U.S. Air Force, to fill the job permanently, the White House announced Friday.

Manasco served as assistant secretary for manpower and reserve affairs at the military branch from November 2017 to December 2019.

He also established product design and engineering company Innovative Breakthroughs after spending nearly six years at the United Services Automobile Association, where he held executive vice president and chief administrative positions.

Manasco led the business services, innovation and information technology organizations of USAA as well as various functions such as procurement, alliances and enterprise security.

Prior to joining the association, he held leadership roles at Constellation Energy and Bank of America.

His career at the U.S. Army included time as chief disbursing officer of the 126th Finance Battalion and  commander of Army Special Operations Command’s B Detachment at Fort Bragg in North Carolina.

Manasco served as finance officer in the Office of Military Support before he entered the private sector.

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