Lester L. Lyles

Vice Commander at Ogden Air Logistics Center

Location:
7981 Georgia St., Hill Afb, Utah, United States
Company:
Ogden Air Logistics Center
HQ Phone:
(801) 777-7221
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Last Updated 8/14/2017

General Information

Employment History

Air Force Vice Chief of Staff and Chief Technology Officer and Director of the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization  - Department of Defense

Commander  - Air Force Research Laboratory

Education

Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps

Armed Forces Staff College

Defense Systems Management College

National War College

National War College at Fort Lesley J. McNair

National War College at the National Defense University

National and International Security Management Course

U.S. Military Academy at West Point , N.Y.

mechanical engineering , Howard University

Air Force ROTC program graduate  - Howard University

Bachelor  - Mechanical Engineering , Howard University

M.S.  - Mechanical , Air Force Institute of Technology at New Mexico State University

M.Sc.  - mechanical and nuclear engineering , Air Force Institute of Technology program

Master degree-equivalent certificates  - Defense Systems Management College

Master degree-equivalent certificates  - National War College

Master of Science degree  - mechanical engineering , NMSU Communications

Masters  - Mechanical , Air Force Institute of Technology Program at New Mexico State University

bachelor of science degree  - Howard University , Washington , D.C.

honorary Doctorates  - New Mexico State University

honorary Doctorates  - Urbana University

honorary doctorate  - New Mexico State University's spring commencement May

honorary doctorates  - New Mexico State University's commencement ceremonies

master's degree  - mechanical and nuclear engineering , Air Force Institute of Technology

master's degree  - mechanical and nuclear engineering , New Mexico State University

master's degree  - mechanical engineering , New Mexico State

master's degree  - mechanical/nuclear engineering as well as honorary doctors , Urbana University

Affiliations

Advisory Board Member  - Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance

Avionics Division Chief In the Systems Program Office  - F-16

Board Member  - EW!DC

Board Member  - Everybody Wins

Board Member  - General Dynamics Corporation

Member of the Advisory Council  - National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

Board Member  - KBR Inc

Board Member  - Battelle

Active Board Member  - Precision Castparts Corp

Active Board Member  - USAA

Board Member  - Wolf Trap

Board Member  - DPL Inc.

Board Member  - Multiple Turner Contributors

Advisory Board Member  - Myrian Capital

Board Member  - Research Bank

Advisory Board Member  - Missile Defense Agency

Board Member  - American Security Project

Member  - Joint Chiefs of Staff Joint Requirements Oversight Council

Member of the Committee  - Audit Committee and the Health , Safety and Environment

Chair, Committee  - National Academies

Trustee  - Analytic Services Inc.

Board Member  - Home Pharmaceutical News Battelle

Augustine Space Committee  - NASA

Member  - President Barack Obama

Member  - Review

Committee  - U.S. Civil Space Program Aeronautics & Space Engineering Board

Board Member  - MTCT

Member  - AFSC

Web References  

Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance » Advisory Board

General (ret) Lester Lyles
General Lyles entered the Air Force in 1968 as a distinguished graduate of the Air Force ROTC program. He has served in various assignments, including Program Element Monitor of the Short-Range Attack Missile at Headquarters U.S. Air Force in 1974, and as Special Assistant and Aide-De-Camp to the Commander of Air Force Systems Command in 1978. In 1981 he was assigned to Wright-Patterson AFB as Avionics Division Chief in the F-16 Systems Program Office. He has served as Director of Tactical Aircraft Systems at AFSC headquarters and as Director of the Medium-Launch Vehicles Program and Space-Launch Systems offices. General Lyles became AFSC headquarters' Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff for Requirements in 1989, and Deputy Chief of Staff for Requirements in 1990. In 1992 he became Vice Commander of Ogden Air Logistics Center, Hill AFB, Utah. He served as Commander of the center from 1993 until 1994, then was assigned to command the Space and Missile Systems Center at Los Angeles AFB, Calif., until 1996. General Lyles became the Director of the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization in 1996. In May 1999, he was assigned as Vice Chief of Staff at Headquarters U.S. Air Force. He assumed his current position in April 2000.

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Myrian Capital Myrian Capital General Lester L. Lyles, USAF (Ret.) Advisory Board Member General Lester L. Lyles received his B.S., in mechanical engineering from Howard University in 1968, his M.S. in mechanical / nuclear engineering from New Mexico State University in 1969, and an Honorary Doctorate of Laws degree from New Mexico State University in 2002. He is a graduate of the Defense Systems Management College (1980), the Armed Forces Staff College (1981), the National War College (1985), and the National and International Security Management Course at Harvard University (1991). General Lyles entered the United States Air Force in 1968 as a distinguished graduate of the Air Force ROTC program. He served in various assignments, including Special Assistant and Aide-De-Camp to the Commander of Air Force Systems Command; and Avionics Division Chief in the F-16 Systems Program Office. He served as Program Director of the Medium-Launch Vehicles Program and Space-Launch Systems offices in 1997 during the recovery from the Challenger Space Shuttle accident. General Lyles became Vice Commander of Ogden Air Logistics Center, Hill AFB, Utah. He served as Commander of the center from 1993 until 1994, and then commanded the Space and Missile Systems Center at Los Angeles AFB, Calif., until 1996. General Lyles became the Director of the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization in 1996. In May 1999, he was assigned as Vice Chief of Staff at Headquarters U.S. Air Force. In April 2000, he became the Commander, Air Force Materiel Command, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. The command conducts research, development, test and evaluation, acquisition management services and logistics support for the Air Force. He retired in October 2003. The General has received many awards and decorations including the Defense Distinguished Service Medal, the Distinguished Service Medal, the Defense Superior Service Medal, and the Legion of Merit with oak leaf cluster. He was named Astronautics Engineer of the Year by the National Space Club in 1990, and received the Roy Wilkins Renown Service Award for outstanding contributions to military equal opportunity policies and programs from the NAACP in 1994. He received an Honorary Doctorate from New Mexico State University in 2003, and was named Black Engineer of the Year / Lifetime Achievement in 2003. He serves on the Board of Directors for several corporations, including: General Dynamics Corp; Dayton Power & Light; KBR Corp; Precision CastParts Corp; Battelle Labs; USAA (United Service Automobile Association). General Lyles served on the Augustine Space Committee in 2009 developing the agenda for the Human Space Flight missions of NASA. He also chaired the National Research Council's "Roles and Rationale Study of the U.S. Civil Space Programs" in 2009. General Lyles was appointed to the Defense Science Board in 2009, and appointed by the White House to the President's Intelligence Advisory Board in December 2009. General Lester L. Lyles was born in Washington, DC on 20 April 1946. He currently lives in Vienna, Virginia. General Lester L. Lyles, USAF (Ret.) Advisory Board Member

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Lester LylesGaming Chairs For Sale UK WikiFor the former football player, see Lester Lyles (American football).Lester L. Lyles General Lester Lyles General Lester L. Lyles is a former United States Air Force general, Vice Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force, and Commander, Air Force Materiel Command, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.After retirement from the Air Force in 2003, he became a company director for General Dynamics, DPL Inc., KBR Incorporated, Precision Castparts Corp., MTC Technologies, Battelle Memorial Institute and USAA.[1]Lyles entered the Air Force in 1968 as a distinguished graduate of the Air Force ROTC program.He has served in various assignments, including Program Element Monitor of the Short-Range Attack Missile at Headquarters U.S. Air Force in 1974, and as Special Assistant and Aide-De-Camp to the Commander of Air Force Systems Command (AFSC) in 1978.In 1981 he was assigned to Wright-Patterson AFB as Avionics Division Chief in the F-16 Systems Program Office.He has served as Director of Tactical Aircraft Systems at AFSC headquarters and as Director of the Medium-Launch Vehicles Program and Space-Launch Systems offices.Lyles became AFSC headquarters' Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff for Requirements in 1989, and Deputy Chief of Staff for Requirements in 1990.In 1992 he became Vice Commander of Ogden Air Logistics Center, Hill AFB, Utah.He served as Commander of the center from 1993 until 1994, then was assigned to command the Space and Missile Systems Center at Los Angeles AFB, Calif., until 1996.Lyles became the Director of the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization in 1996.In May 1999, he was assigned as Vice Chief of Staff at Headquarters U.S. Air Force.He assumed command of Air Force Materiel Command in April 2000.Lyles retired from the Air Force on October 1, 2003.Lyles is also a Trustee of Analytic Services, a Managing Partner of Four Seasons Ventures, LLC and is also a member of The President's Commission on U.S. Space Policy.[1]^ a b "Lester L. Lyles Profile".Forbes.com.25 November 2008. http://people.forbes.com/profile/lester-l-lyles/27142.

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