John Dale Ryan

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John Dale Ryan
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General John Dale Ryan
7th Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force
In office
August 1, 1969 July 31, 1973
Military offices
Preceded by Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force
1969–1973
Succeeded by
Preceded by Commander, Strategic Air Command
1964–1967
Succeeded by
Preceded by Inspector General of the United States Air Force
1963–1964
Succeeded by