Air Vice Marshal Glen Braz AM, CSC, DSM, Air Commander Australia, is responsible to the Chief of Air Force for effectively preparing air combat forces.
Glen joined the Australian Air Force in 1987 and went on to complete pilot training in 1991. Following lead-in-fighter training, he transferred to Amberley for F-111C conversion and joined No 1 Squadron.
In 1997, Glen instructed on the PC-9 advanced trainer and Macchi lead-in-fighter and then in 2001 returned to 1 Squadron where he undertook the inaugural F-111 Fighter Combat Instructor Course and was promoted into the position of Weapons and Reconnaissance Flight Commander.
In 2003 he served in the Combined Air Operations Centre in support of Operations FALCONER, Southern Watch and Iraqi Freedom.
Glen later served as Commanding Officer of No. 1 Squadron, introducing the Super Hornet to Australian Service.
Some very interesting postings followed as Director EA-18G Growler Transition, Commander Australian Air Task Group Middle East Region and command of No. 82 Wing at RAAF Base Amberley.
On promotion to Air Vice Marshal in July 2020, Glen assumed very senior roles of First Assistant Director-General, Expeditionary and Transnational Intelligence Division, Senior Ranking Australian Defence Force Officer within the Australian Signals Directorate, Deputy Chief of Air Force and now Air Commander Australia.