Lt. General (Ret) Michael Moeller
Lt General (Ret) Michael Moeller is the vice president of Business Development for Pratt & Whitney’s Military Engines division where he is responsible for engaging with governments and industries from around the world to secure new international and domestic business for Military Engines’ products and services. Additionally, he oversees the growth of the Military Aftermarket business through the worldwide facilities and air force bases where Pratt & Whitney performs overhaul, maintenance, supply chain management, and field services. Mike joined Pratt & Whitney in 2015 after serving for 34 years in the United States Air Force. Prior to his current role, he held the position of Deputy Chief of Staff for Strategic Plans and Programs. In this role, he led the development and integration of the United States Air Force’s long-range plans and the five-year, $604 billion Future Years Defense Program to ensure the Air Force’s ability to build and employ effective air, space and cyber forces to achieve national defense objectives. Before his last Air Force assignment, Mike served as the U.S. Security Coordinator, Israel-Palestinian Authority for the U.S. Department of State. While on Active Duty, Mike was a command pilot with more than 4,440 flying hours and 670 combat hours while participating in operations Desert Storm, Enduring, and Iraqi Freedom. He commanded at all levels of the United States Air Force including as a squadron, group, and twice as a wing commander. His staff tours included serving as the Director of Strategy, Plans, and Policy for United States Southern Command and United States Central Command as well as on the Headquarters United States Air Force and Joint Staffs. Mike received a Bachelor of Science degree from the United States Air Force Academy, a Master of Science degree from Embry-Riddle University, and a Master of Arts degree from the School of Advanced Airpower Studies. He also completed the National Security Leadership Course from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University.