The U.S. Air Force embarked on a hiring spree for senior-level diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) managers this month.
It appears the Air Force has fallen into the grips of progressive ideology, like many other institutions in the United States
Each new post pays a minimum of $82,000 annually, with the top position paying more than $180,000 annually.
The Air Force has been putting out calls to hire four senior DEI officials since March 3.
The Air Force seeks a “supervisory diversity equity inclusion and accessibility officer for Air Force headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, which will pay anywhere from $155,700 to $183,500 per year.”
The successful person will serve as a “first-level supervisor,” directing employees assigned to the Air Force’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion.
The ‘woke‘ managerial ensures that “diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility education and training, and strategic outreach and engagement complies with legal and regulatory requirements and meets customer needs.”
It also involves collecting statistics to deliver “world-class diversity, equity, inclusion & accessibility efforts” for air force members.
The Air Force is also looking for a “diversity and inclusion manager,” which pays between $94,199 to $122,459 per year.
The manager would work to implement the “strategic vision” for diversity and inclusion in the branch with educational courses on how to “affect a culture of Diversity and Inclusion within the Department of Defense.”
The Air Force is looking for another diversity and inclusion manager for Elmendorf Air Force Base in Alaska.
The manager would be paid anywhere from $93,367 to $121,378 per year, and perform a “range of functions to facilitate and support the achievement of the Installation/Wing Diversity and Inclusion mission.”
A “diversity and inclusion coordinator” is also needed at Maxwell Air Force Base in Alabama, paying between $82,830 and $107,680 per year.
As Fox News reported:
The Air Force jobs are just some of the DEI-related positions the federal government has been looking to fill. In March alone, more than a dozen of these jobs have been posted on USAjobs.gov.
For example, the Commerce Department’s National Institute of Standards and Technology is looking to hire a supervisory director of diversity and inclusion, starting at $155,000. The department’s International Trade Administration will pay $132,000 or more for a diversity, equity, inclusion, accessibility and employee engagement officer.
The Department of Health and Human Services is looking for a diversity, equity and inclusion analyst who will start at $112,000.
The White House Office of Management and Budget is looking to hire a human capital specialist for DEIA issues starting at $132,000.
The U.S. Mint’s Office of Equity and Inclusion is searching for an employee experience coordinator, a job that pays at least $112,000.
And the Department of Agriculture is searching for a data management support specialist who will provide data analysis and expertise for the Office of the Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer. That job also pays at least $112,000.
The United States military is becoming more like a liberal college campus than a fierce fighting force meant t protect the country.