MMOAS

AcronymDefinition
MMOASMaster of Military Operational Art and Science (various schools)
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As ACSC in-residence graduates, they will receive their MMOAS graduate degrees, JPME Level 1 certification, and credit for IDE in-residence.
Lieutenant Colonel Davis (BA, Texas A&M University; MA, Trident University International; MMOAS, Air Command and Staff College; MSS, Air War College) is the executive officer to the commander of Air Combat Command, Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia.
Captain Young (BS, University of Southern California; MMOAS, Air University) is the intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) weapons officer at Headquarters Air Force ISR Agency, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas.
Major Jacobson (BS, University of Idaho; MBA [Criminal Justice emphasis], Touro University; MMOAS, Air Command and Staff College) is the deputy course director of the Air, Space, and Cyber Power Studies Course, Department of Leadership and Strategy, Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB, Alabama.
Major Morton (BA, University of Nebraska-Omaha; MS, Troy University; MMOAS, Air Command and Staff College; MPhil, School of Advanced Air and Space Studies) is a career intelligence officer currently working as an intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) strategist at Headquarters Air Force.
Captain Bressette (USAFA; MMOAS, Air University) is an intelligence weapons instructor for the 19th Weapons Squadron, Nellis AFB, Nevada.
Lieutenant Colonel Parker (BS, Texas A&M University; MA, Webster University; MMOAS, Air University) is a student at the School of Advanced Air and Space Studies at Maxwell AFB, Alabama.
Major Sterr (USAFA; MMOAS and MAAS, Air University) is a combat rescue officer serving as commander of the 58th Rescue Squadron, Air Combat Command, Nellis AFB, Nevada.