By Kerry McGinley
When Ji Elliott arrived at the largest U.S. military base in Afghanistan in October 2016, he had a big job ahead of him. He was the new manager of a task order at Bagram Air Base that was up against some tough circumstances in a war zone with staffing challenges.
He told his Air Force customer he had a plan.
“I convinced them to … give me a couple of months to turn it around,” Elliott said.