Donald Trump to Nominate Former Airman Brian Davis for Assistant Defense Secretary Role

Donald Trump to Nominate Former Airman Brian Davis for Assistant Defense Secretary Role
Brian Davis DoD

President Trump intends to nominate Brian Davis, director of the Defense Personnel and Family Support Center, for the role of assistant defense secretary for manpower and reserve affairs.

In his current role, Davis oversees efforts to support the Department of Defense's reserve and civilian personnel and their families. His leadership also supports servicemen transitioning into civilian veterans.

Davis brings years of U.S. Air Force experience, having served as an officer with the 77th Air Refueling Squadron, the 459th Operations Group and the 507th Air Refueling Wing, the White House said Monday.

The military veteran held assignments under Operation Desert Storm, Operation Iraqi Freedom and many other defense campaigns.

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