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LT. GEN. SHAUN Q. MORRIS - COMMANDER OF THE AIR FORCE LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT CENTER AND PEO OF RAPID SUSTAINMENT OFFICE
Lt. Gen. Shaun Q. Morris
, is the Commander of the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. The center is responsible for total life cycle management for aircraft, engines, munitions, electronic, computer, network, cyber, and agile combat support systems. The center employs more than 28,000 people and has a budget of approximately $258 billion.
The general also serves as the Program Executive Officer for the Rapid Sustainment Office, organized under AFLCMC and is responsible for finding ways to save money and improve efficiencies in the sustainment of aircraft and other weapon systems throughout the Air Force fleet. RSO focus areas include robotics and automation, advanced manufacturing, and condition-based maintenance plus.
RODNEY S. STEVENS - DEPUTY PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICER AND DEPUTY DIRECTOR FOR RAPID SUSTAINMENT OFFICE
is the Deputy Program Executive Officer and Deputy Director for the Rapid Sustainment Office, Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Air Force Materiel Command, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio. He is responsible for leading a lean organization to rapidly field sustainment capabilities by leveraging mature, new, and emerging technologies at the speed of relevance to reduce sustainment costs and improve the readiness of Air Force fleets.
In his previous assignment, Stevens was the Director of Staff, Fighters and Advanced Aircraft Directorate where he was responsible for the daily staff operations in support of the Directorate’s nine Divisions spanning four Air Force Bases while providing strategic-level programmatic counsel for the modernization and sustainment of a fleet of over 4,400 aircraft valued at $96B.
Rodney Stevens entered federal civil service in August 2019 as a senior acquisition program manager.
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Modernize the maintenance operations and sustainment enterprise vital to the world's most advanced Air Force
The RSO increases mission readiness by identifying, applying, and scaling technology and innovative solutions to advance and modernize sustainment operations for the United States Air Force.
ACCELERATING INNOVATION & MODERNIZATION TO SCALE (AIMS)
Mr. Heath Wiseman, Chief
Mr. Matt Dansereau, Chief Engineer
Mr. Rob Hogle, Technology Scout
ADVANCED MANUFACTURING PROGRAM OFFICE (AMPO)
Mr. Jacob Kolb, Chief AMPO
Capt. Kristina Wood, Deputy AMPO
Mr. Eddie Preston, Chief Engineer - Production
Dr. Howard Sizek, Chief Engineer - Development
CONDITION BASED MAINTENANCE PLUS (CBM+)
Mr. Chris Damani, Chief
Mr. Paul Summers, Chief Engineer
Utilizing new manufacturing techniques to upgrade fleets, reduce waste and extend aircraft lifespans.
DATA & DIGITAL ENVIRONMENTS
Using technology to make data more usable with better quality information and more consistency.
A.I. & MACHINE LEARNING
Employing machine learning and artificial intelligence to optimize fleet maintenance and predict and prevent aircraft failure.
AUTOMATION & ROBOTICS
Implementing technology solutions to accelerate maintenance times, reduce manual labor, mitigate health risks and decrease costs.
AUGMENTED & VIRTUAL REALITY
Deploying augmented and virtual reality hardware and software to unify geographically-dispersed expertise and accelerate the speed by which people get trained.
RAPID & AUSTERE MAINTENANCE
Developing capabilities and providing Airmen with emerging technologies that are rapidly deployable to austere locations.
Rapid Sustainment Office
Commercial Phone: 937-713-5616