Achieving a Proper Balance:

The Air Force is in the midst of reshuffling its rated force to eliminate an imbalance that has put too many airmen in fighters and bombers and too few in other rapidly growing arenas of unmanned aerial vehicles, special operations, and command and control. As the service works this force restructure, leaders want to ensure they maintain a “proper balance” of Air Force and mission needs and individual needs, says Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Michael Moseley in a new CSAF’s Scope. To do that, Moseley is enlisting the “critical” help of group and squadron commanders to help “decide which airmen to move and when to move them.”