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 $304 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.
Lt. Gen. Morris was commissioned through the U.S. Air Force Academy in 1988. He has held a number of key acquisition and sustainment positions on Air Force space and weapons systems, staff positions on the Air and Joint Staffs and commander positions at the squadron, group, wing, and center levels. He commanded the Defense Contract Management Agency in Kuwait City and has served as the Air Force Program Executive Officer for Weapons and Director of the Armament Directorate, Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Eglin AFB, Florida.
Lt. Gen. Morris was Commander, Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center, Kirtland AFB, New Mexico.
1988 Bachelor of Science, Engineering Mechanics, U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colo.
1992 Master of Science, Systems Management, University of Southern California, Los Angeles
1993 Squadron Officer School, Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala.
2000 Master of Science, Military Operational Art and Science, Air Command and Staff College, Air University, Maxwell AFB, Ala.
2006 Master of Science, National Security Strategy, National War College, National Defense University, Fort McNair, Washington, D.C.
Ms. Jacqueline S. Janning-Lask, a member of the Senior Executive Service, is the Director of Engineering and Technical Management Services, Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. The directorate ensures America’s air, space, and cyber forces have superior Air Force intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance, precision engagement, and electronic warfare systems capabilities by developing, demonstrating and transitioning advanced sensors and sensing technologies. The directorate’s primary areas of technology investment include radio frequency sensing; net-centric spectrum warfare; electro-optical sensors and countermeasures; automatic target recognition; performance based sensing; and electronic devices. Ms. Janning-Lask oversees an annual budget of more than $900 million, and directs the activities of approximately 1,200 scientists, engineers, and support.
Ms. Janning-Lask began her federal service in the Aeronautical Systems Division’s Engineering Directorate in 1988 as a systems engineer. She has held numerous management and technical positions within the Air Force Research Laboratory, and acquisition communities. She most recently served as Chief, Science & Technology Management Division, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary (Science, Technology & Engineering) at the Pentagon.
1988 Bachelor of Science, Systems Engineering, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio
1994 Master of Science, Systems Engineering, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio
2004 Master of Business Administration, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge
2011 Leadership for a Democratic Society, Federal Executive Institute, Charlottesville, Va.
2019 Air War College, Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala., by correspondence