Stephen Maddox is currently an Assistant Director of Operations in the U.S Air Force. He is qualified as an evaluator pilot and accumulated 700 hours in traditional aircraft and 2,000 hours in remotely piloted aircraft.
Maddox began his military career as a distinguished graduate from the U.S. Air Force Academy. Following school, he completed undergraduate pilot training and went on to fly the B-52. He completed his first operational assignment at Minot AFB, North Dakota, with the 23d Bomb Squadron. Following his B-52 assignment, Maddox flew remotely piloted aircraft on numerous world-wide combat support and humanitarian missions.
Maddox has led in many positions, including Flight Commander, evaluator, instructor, and launch and recovery pilot. His he also served as the 46th Expeditionary Reconnaissance Squadron Director of Operations. During his operational assignments he completed a Master of Engineering Management with California National University.
In his current assignment, Maddox served as the Chief of Training, Chief of Standardization and Evaluation, and Mission Crew Commander. He resides in Missouri with his wife and daughter. They are currently expecting.
Military Operations, defense, aviation, engineering, UAS, training, and leadership.
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