for overseeing worldwide Air Force environment, occupational safety and health, fire prevention and protection, air base performance and operability, and interagency and intergovernmental coordination matters. He also has extensive involvement in a wide range of operational matters such as weapons system maintenance and design.

Colonel Drawbaugh was commissioned in the Air Force upon graduation from the University of Pittsburgh and has served on active duty for 20 years. He served as Chief Toxicologist in the Epidemiology Division of the School of Aerospace Medicine and later as the first toxicologist in the USAF Occupational and Environmental Health Laboratory. From 1983 until 1986, he was both the Director of Aerospace Sciences at the European Office of Aerospace Research and Development (London, UK) and Visiting Scientist to the Chemical Defence Establishment, Ministry of Defence, Porton Down, Wilshire, UK. He then returned to the United States and became Chief of Toxicology Branch, Toxic Hazards Division, at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio.

From 1988 to 1989, he was the director of Crew Systems Integration at the Aeronautical Systems Division, Wright-Patterson AFB, where he began to incorporate environment, safety, and occupational health considerations into weapons system design. He followed this assignment to become the Director of Environment, Safety, and Occupational Health (ESOH) at the Human Systems Center, Brooks AFB, Texas. In August 1995, Colonel Drawbaugh left San Antonio, Texas, to assume his current position in the Air Force Secretariat.

STEPHEN EVANOFF is Manager, External Affairs, with Lockheed Martin Corporate Environment, Safety, and Health (ESH) in Denver, Colorado. His primary responsibilities include developing ESH initiatives with customers, regulators, and industry associations. He is the corporation's overall coordinator for ESH issue advocacy and for technology transfer. Mr. Evanoff also serves as the Chairman of the Board of the International Cooperative for Environmental Leadership (ICEL) and represents Lockheed Martin on other international organizations and EPA committees, including the ISO 14000 US TAG, ANSI-RAB ISO 14001 EMS Council, and the EPA Subcommittee on Clean Air, Energy Conservation, and Climate Change.

His prior assignments include Manager of the Lockheed Corporate Environment, Safety and Health Program in Las Vegas, Nevada; Manager of the Environmental Resources Department at Lockheed Martin Tactical Aircraft Systems in Fort Worth, Texas; and Project Engineer in the Tactical Aircraft Systems Engineering Department, where he developed pollution prevention technologies for the F-16 Program. Mr. Evanoff served 10 years in the U.S. Air Force and received the Air Force Commendation Medal. He holds a B.S. and an M.S. in chemical engineering and is a distinguished graduate of the Illinois Institute of Technology and the Air Force ROTC Program. He is a Registered Professional Engineer, a Diplomate of the American Academy of Environmental Engineers, and a Registered Environmental Manager.

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