Mr. Thomas Browning is the director of the Adaptive Capabilities Office. In this role Browning is responsible for the management of several highly collaborative efforts to create new joint warfighting constructs and doctrine.
Browning is a 30-year veteran of the U.S. Air Force who has over 3,500 flight hours in T-38 and F-15 aircraft. He has commanded at the squadron and group level and served as deputy commander of all U.S. Air Force forces in Iraq throughout the final year of Operation New Dawn. His joint experience includes assignments supporting NORAD/United States Space Command (USSPACECOM), U.S. Forces Iraq, and U.S. Air Forces Central Command (AFCENT). He also has extensive experience directing all aspects of requirements and operations for U.S. Air Force Special Access Programs as director of the Combat Air Forces Special Access Programs Management Office. Mr. Browning retired from the U.S. Air Force at the rank of colonel in 2015. Following retirement, he supported DARPA as an independent consultant until accepting his current position.
Mr. Browning is a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy and holds a master's degree in strategic studies from Air War College, a master's degree in military operational art and science from the Air Command and Staff College, and a master's degree in aeronautical science and aerospace management from Embry Riddle University.
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