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Chief of Chaplains of the United States Air Force

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Chief of Chaplains of the
United States Air Force
Flag of an Air Force major general
Incumbent
Major General Randall E. Kitchens
since October 2021
Formation11 June 1948
First holderMaj Gen Charles I. Carpenter
DeputyDeputy Chief of Chaplains of the United States Air Force
Websitehttps://www.airforce.com/careers/specialty-careers/chaplain

The Chief of Chaplains of the United States Air Force (HAF/HC) is the senior chaplain in the United States Air Force, the functional leader of the United States Air Force Chaplain Corps, and the senior advisor on religious issues to the Secretary and Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force.

The position has been held by Major General Randall E. Kitchens since October 2021.[1]

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List of Chiefs of Chaplains of the United States Air Force

No. Portrait Name Took office Left office Term length
1
Maj Gen Charles I. Carpenter 11 June 1948 14 August 1958 10 years, 64 days
2
Maj Gen Terence P. Finnegan 15 August 1958 1 July 1962 3 years, 320 days
3
Maj Gen Robert P. Taylor 1 September 1962 31 July 1966 3 years, 333 days
4
Maj Gen Edwin R. Chess 1 August 1966 1 August 1970 4 years, 0 days
5
Maj Gen Roy M. Terry 10 August 1970 1 August 1974 3 years, 356 days
6
Maj Gen Henry J. Meade 2 August 1974 1 August 1978 3 years, 364 days
7
Maj Gen Richard Carr 1 November 1978 31 July 1982 3 years, 272 days
8
Maj Gen John A. Collins 1 August 1982 1 November 1985 3 years, 92 days
9
Maj Gen Stuart E. Barstad 2 November 1985 1 November 1988 2 years, 365 days
10
Maj Gen John P. McDonough 1 December 1988 1 December 1991 3 years, 0 days
11
Maj Gen Donald J. Harlin 2 December 1991 1 August 1995 3 years, 242 days
12
Maj Gen Arthur S. Thomas 1 August 1995 1 August 1997 2 years, 0 days
13
Maj Gen William J. Dendinger 1 June 1997 1 May 2001 3 years, 334 days
14
Maj Gen Lorraine K. Potter 24 May 2001 1 June 2004 3 years, 8 days
15
Maj Gen Charles C. Baldwin 2 June 2004 27 May 2008 3 years, 360 days
16
Maj Gen Cecil R. Richardson 28 May 2008 1 June 2012 4 years, 4 days
17
Maj Gen Howard D. Stendahl 31 August 2012 29 August 2015 2 years, 363 days
18
Maj Gen Dondi E. Costin 30 August 2015 20 August 2018 2 years, 355 days
19
Maj Gen Steven A. Schaick 21 August 2018 2 July 2021 2 years, 315 days
20
Maj Gen Randall E. Kitchens October 2021 present ~2 years, 220 days

See also

References

  1. ^ "General Officer Announcement". U.S. Department of Defense. Retrieved 23 February 2022.
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