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A series of six interviews of senior acquisition leaders. Each leader will reflect upon acquisition best practices. Partnering and collaborating with the Defense Acquisition Workforce and the DAU faculty about acquisition best practices as it coincides with DAU improving acquisition outcomes.
Interview with Colonel Jesse F. Warren, USAF, F-15 Senior Material Leader, who will discuss successes and best practices for the F-15 fighter and Advanced Aircraft.
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The Defense Acquisition Workforce and DAU Faculty (Military, Civil Service & Defense Acquisition Workforce Contractors working in an active contract) UNCLASSIFIED
COLONEL JESSE F. WARREN IV, USAF
Colonel Jesse Warren is the F-15 System Program Manager and Chief of the Eagle Division, located at Robins AFB, Georgia and Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio. He is responsible for leading a team of over 450 military, civilian and support contractors supporting the total life cycle management of approximately 800 F-15 aircraft of the United States, Qatar, Israel, Japan, Singapore, and South Korea. He is responsible for executing an annual budget of $2 Billion plus $13B in FMS cases, providing total integrated support for the F-15 weapon system development, modernization, fielding, and sustainment including program, financial, contracts, technical manuals/orders, logistics, engineering, and system management.
Professor Joseph Veneziano, MDAP Director, DAU Midwest Region, Kettering, Ohio
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