Stellar Solutions was exceedingly proud to receive a letter of appreciation by US Air Force Academy Commandant of Cadets Brigadier General Paul Moga for our role in preparing his cadets for one of the greatest responsibilities in their military careers – conflicts in active duty.
To deliver the premier quality training our troops deserve, Punch Moulton, our VP of Defense Support and Cyber Strategies (and a retired Major General), brought together an outstanding team of Stellar Advisors: Major General (ret) Duane Jones, RADM (ret) Dan Lloyd and Major General (ret) Pete Fesler.
They are among the 80+ Stellar Advisors of top military experts and government officials who distinguish our ability to serve our clients.
Brigadier General Moga’s recognition is particularly significant because he commands the 4,300-member Cadet Wing and more than 200 Air Force and civilian personnel. He guides the military training, leadership and character development, Basic Cadet Training, and Expeditionary Skills Training for the Cadet Wing.
With a deep determination towards their success, Moulton’s team contributed personal time over the weekends to facilitate a series of sophisticated exercises addressing the opportunities and challenges of careers in the Air Force and Space Force. Some examples:
- Jones facilitated maintenance, logistics, security forces, and medical exercises.
- Lloyd led the cadets’ planning and then role-played the President of the United States as the cadets delivered a “National Security Council” decision brief.
- Fesler and Moulton ran a high-end examination of “Integrated Air and Missile Defense,” that in Brigadier General Moga’s words, “began with a PhD-level look at Defense Design and then led the cadets through a challenging simulation of ballistic and cruise missile attacks.”
Stellar Solutions CEO Janet Grondin said, “We were extremely proud to have Punch, Duane, Dan, and Pete sharing their wisdom with our future Air and Space leaders. Stellar Advisors help shape our future by training tomorrow’s decision-makers today.”
See these photos from the Air Force Academy showing the Stellar Advisor team in action during the Integrated Air and Missile Defense simulations.