USfalcon Names New Vice President, Air Force Division – James W. Hyatt

August, 5th 2014

Morrisville, NC – USfalcon announced that Maj. Gen. James W. “Bill” Hyatt USAF (Retired) has joined the company as the Vice President, Air Force Division. Prior to joining USfalcon General Hyatt served 33 years in the United States Air Force.

General Hyatt received his commission in 1980 from Texas A&M University. He has served as a Fighter Pilot, Instructor Pilot, Standardization and Evaluation Flight Examiner, Weapons Officer and Operations Officer. He has commanded a fighter squadron, two operations groups and two wings. He has served on the Air Combat Command, Headquarters U.S. Air Force and Joint Staffs, and he was the Senior Military Assistant to the Deputy Secretary of Defense, Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Pentagon, Washington, D.C. He is a Command Pilot with more than 3,700 hours in the A-10, F-16, F15E, and HH-60G, including more than 700 combat hours in Iraq and Afghanistan.

As the VP, Air Force Division for USfalcon, General Hyatt will lead operations within the Air Force, Space and Cyber market segments of the company.

“General Hyatt is an outstanding addition to the USfalcon Senior Management Team,” said Pete von Jess, USfalcon CEO. “With his experience and leadership of our Air Force Division I know we will continue to grow in our current support areas within the Air Force Space Command and he will be able to increase our foot print in the Air Combat Command, Air Force Education Training Command, Air Force Material Command and the Air Staff.”

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