"As I struggle with the Air Force's own demons that include the disparities in military justice and discipline among our young black male airmen and the clear lack of diversity in our senior officer ranks ... I can look in the mirror for the solution," Kaleth O. Wright, chief master sergeant of the Air Force, said in a Twitter post. "Do what you think is right for the country, for the community, for your sons, daughters, friends and colleagues — for every black man in this country who could end up like George Floyd."
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