The Leadership Academy featuring Joe Lusczek
November 11, 2010 at 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
McDonnell Douglas Hall Room 1076
The Parks College Leadership Academy will host a Special Thursday, Nov. 11 Engagement, featuring Joe Lusczek, Technical Director of Aerospace Systems at Wright Patterson U.S. Air Force Base. Students can enjoy a free dinner and receive valuable advice from this Parks graduate.
The Leadership Academy allows exceptional Alumni the opportunity to influence Parks students by serving as Leadership Academy Fellows. In being a fellow, alumni have the opportunity to host workshops for Parks students, sharing their experiences and giving students advice for their futures.
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About Joe Lusczek
If there has been one constant of every military conflict over the past 50 years, it has been U.S. air superiority. America’s ability to dominate the air has given our country a key strategic advantage when it comes to our national security. Few individuals have done more to ensure America’s air supremacy than Mr. Joseph J. Lusczek, Jr. If an aircraft is currently being used by the Air Force, chances are this 50-year veteran of the civil service played a key role in its development. During his illustrious career, he planned, led and participated in the conceptual design and justification of requirements for the Short Range Attack Missile, F-15 fighter, B-1 bomber, A-10 Close Air Support aircraft, Air Launched Cruise Missile, F-16 fighter, C-17 transport, B-2 bomber,F-22 fighter and F-35 strike fighter. He is internationally known and recognized as an aircraft conceptual design authority.