Lieutenant General Gregory A. Biscone assigned as Inspector General of the Air Force

  • Published
  • By OSI Public Affairs
Effective today, Lt. Gen. Gregory A. Biscone is assigned as the Inspector General of the Air Force, Office of the Secretary of the Air Force, Washington, D.C. The Inspector General reports to the Secretary and Chief of Staff of the Air Force on matters concerning Air Force effectiveness, efficiency and the military discipline of active duty, Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard forces. The Inspector General provides inspection policy and oversees the inspection and evaluation system for all Air Force nuclear and conventional forces; oversees Air Force counterintelligence operations and chairs the Air Force Intelligence Oversight Panel; investigates fraud, waste and abuse; oversees criminal investigations; and provides oversight of complaints resolution programs. He also performs any other duties directed by the Secretary or the Chief of Staff. The Inspector General is responsible for two field operating agencies: the Air Force Inspection Agency and the Air Force Office of Special Investigations.

Lt. Gen. Biscone was previously assigned as commander, Office of the Defense Representative, Pakistan. He was the senior military representative in Pakistan and in concert with the U.S. Embassy Country Team, promoted and enhanced U.S. security goals by assisting Pakistan military counterinsurgency efforts to build capacity and develop relationships with the Pakistan military to strengthen and perpetuate a resilient and mutually beneficial defense relationship with Pakistan. The official biography reflecting Lt. Gen. Biscone's new assignment is available at: