Allied Air Command

Major Lee Hages is the Chief, Core Joint Forces Air Component Exercise Branch, Allied Air Command headquartered at Ramstein Air Base, Germany. Major Hages entered the Air Force in 2000 as a graduate of the US Air Force Academy, earning a degree in Political Science, Nation Security Studies and US Foreign Policy followed by a Master of Business Administration in Human Resources and a Master of Science in Logistics. Prior to conducting his research for AMC’s Advanced Study of Air Mobility, he has served as a KC-10 Flying Training Unit (FTU) Chief, 305th Operations Group Standardization and Evaluations Chief, and USAF Expeditionary Center Executive Officer and CAG Chief. Major Hages is a KC-10 senior pilot with more than 3,000 flying hours and over 100 combat sorties.

Information provided is current as of September 2014

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