Lt. General Dirk Jameson retired from the U.S. Air Force in 1996 after more than three decades of service. General Jameson’s final assignment was as Deputy Commander-in-Chief U.S. Strategic Command. General Jameson commanded the Air Force’s 20th Air Force and was responsible for the Intercontinental Ballistic Missile forces of the United States. General Jameson served as Chief of Staff and Director of Command Control, Strategic Air Command and commanded the USAF Strategic Missile Center at Vandenberg AFB, California. After retiring from the Air Force, General Jameson served as President of Arrowsmith Technologies, Inc., a software development company; Vice President of Alliant Techsystems, Inc, an aerospace corporation; President and CEO of Starcraft Boosters, Inc.; and Executive Director of the Texas Telecommunications Infrastructure Fund. General Jameson served as vice chairman of the Air Force Academy Board of Visitors completing his second term in December 2016.
General Jameson received his undergraduate degree in Business Management from the University of Puget Sound, an MBA in Business Management from Ohio State University, and completed the Northwestern Kellogg School of Business Program for Senior Executives. General Jameson graduated from the National War College and attended the Harvard University Kennedy School National Security Program for Senior Executives.
General Jameson received the Moller Trophy in 1985 as the Strategic Air Command Outstanding Wing Commander. In 2012, the General was awarded the Dr. Jean Mayer Global Citizenship Award by the Tufts University Institute for Global Leadership.