Paul E. Stein

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Paul E. Stein Lieutenant General Paul E. Stein (August 30, 1944 – January 1, 2002) was the thirteenth Superintendent of the United States Air Force Academy. Starting quarterback for the Falcons, Stein graduated from the Air Force Academy in 1966. Following graduation, Stein remained at the Academy to begin his career as an assistant coach for the Falcons. In addition to the Air Force Academy's education, Stein also earned a Master's degree in Business Administration from Florida State University, graduated from the Air Command and Staff College and Air War College, and the Program for Senior Executives in National and International Security at Harvard University. Stein has served in a variety of staff positions, including deputy chief of staff for personnel, chief of staff of Tactical Air Command and commander, Keesler Technical Training Center, Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi. Before assuming his duties as Superintendent of the Air Force Academy, he was the Air Force director of legislative liaison in Washington, D.C.. Roughly six years after his retirement, and one year after his death, General Stein's tenure as Superintendent was scrutinized in light of the Air Force Academy sexual  ( Wikipedia article )


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Paul Stein
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United States Air Force Academy
Florida State University
Harvard University


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