Lieutenant General Stanley “Ted” Kresge (USAF, Ret) possesses extensive experience in Airpower, Integrated Air and Missile Defense, Command and Control, and Pacific operations.
Lt Gen Kresge completed 34 years of Air Force service in 2014. He is a career F-15 pilot with over 4,000 hours flight time. His Commands included the 33d Fighter Wing, the 379th Air Expeditionary Wing, the Air Force Warfare Center, and 13th Air Force. As an Air Force Senior Leader, he held staff positions at the Air Force Office of Legislative Liaison, Air Combat Command, NORAD/NORTHCOM, and Air Force Space Command. Most recently, he served as Vice Co23mmander, Pacific Air Forces.
Lt Gen Kresge received a Bachelor’s Degree from the U.S. Air Force Academy and a Master’s Degree in Strategic Studies from Air University. He is a member of the Air Force Association and a Non-resident Fellow for the Mitchell Institute.