General David Hicks served 30 years as an Air Force fighter pilot and General Officer, retiring as a Brigadier General on the Air Force HQ Staff in the Pentagon. He’s commanded at the squadron, group, and wing levels, including two combat command tours leading multinational and multi-service forces.
His most recent combat command assignment was as commander of all U.S. and NATO forces tasked with training, advising, and assisting the building of the Afghanistan Air Force.
As a command pilot with over 3,800 flying hours and over 125 combat missions, he has participated in Operations Southern Watch, Iraqi Freedom, Enduring Freedom, and Resolute Support.
He currently resides in Las Vegas, NV, and his full biography can be found here.