Retired general appointed to Wright State Board of Trustees

Retired Lt. Gen. C.D. Moore II

Retired Lt. Gen. C.D. Moore II

Ohio Gov. John Kasich has appointed a new trustee to the Wright State University Board of Trustees.

Retired Lt. Gen. C.D. Moore II, previous commander of the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC) at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, is the newest trustee to join the nine-member board.

Moore currently serves as executive vice president and part owner/trustee for Dayton Aerospace Inc., a consulting firm headquartered in the Dayton region.

Moore will begin his term July 1 and replaces Vishal Soin, who completes his term June 30.

As a recently retired lieutenant general from the USAF, Moore has over 34 years of experience leading large organizations and complex aerospace programs using his acquisition, test and operations expertise.

As the first commander of the AFLCMC, Moore built a new organization responsible for cradle-to-grave management of nearly all USAF aircraft, engines, munitions and electronic/cyber systems.

Moore has served as a T-38 instructor pilot, an operational F-15 pilot and as an experimental test pilot. He also served as commander of the first F-22 squadron as well as a group commander at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, Materiel Wing director of the F-16 System Program Office, Materiel Wing commander of the F-22 System Program Office and Vice Commander of the Aeronautical Systems Center.

He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the USO of Central/Southern Ohio, the Board of Directors for the Air Force Museum Foundation, the Board of Directors for the Dayton Art Institute and on the Ex Officio Board for Dayton Defense.

Moore holds an M.S. in aeronautical engineering from Columbia University, an M.S. in national resource strategy from The Industrial College of the Armed Forces (National Defense University), a B.S. in aeronautical engineering and a B.S. in political science both of which are from the United States Air Force Academy.

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