Air Force Space Command Director of Requirements To Speak At UCCS

Major General Terrence Feehan. Image Credit: U.S. Air Force

Major General Terrence Feehan. Image Credit: U.S. Air Force

January 12, 2015 – The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Rocky Mountain Section will host their next speaker program at UCCS in Colorado Springs on January 15. The free talk will be open to the public and will feature Major General Terrence Feehan, Director of Requirements, Headquarters Air Force Space Command (AFSPC).

General Feehan is responsible for defining the future of space and cyberspace systems through requirements definition, mission area architecting, and science and technology in support of the joint warfighter, Department of Defense, civil and national users.

The General will present a briefing on the AFSPC mission and will answer audience questions. Mission areas include missile warning/defense, military satellite communications, responsive space, cyber warfare network operations, global positioning system, space control, space protection, launch and range operations and requirements generation.

As Director of Requirements, Headquarters AFSPC, General Feehan serves at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado. He received his commission as a distinguished graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy in 1984. General Feehan has previously commanded at the squadron, group, wing and numbered air force levels, and has served as an engineer, acquisition program manager and inspector general. The general has also held assignments at the major command and headquarters Air Force levels, and he was a Secretary of Defense Fellow, Accenture Corporation, Northbrook, Illinois.

The social portion of the program begins at 6:00 p.m., with the talk scheduled from 6:30-8:00 p.m. The program will be held in the Osborne Center for Science and Engineering B134, UCCS, Colorado Springs.

RSVP’s are required for this event, but you do not need to be an AIAA member and there is no cost to attend. Please RSVP using this link by noon on Thursday, January 15.