Jeff Martin

Director, Air Force Programs

As Director of Air Force Programs, Jeff Martin brings over 27 years of aviation logistics knowledge and expertise in defense industrial production spanning to RG. Jeff has earned a reputation for influencing change and deploying innovative solutions across large, complex production and maintenance operations.

He achieved the rank of Colonel and held numerous positions throughout the U.S. Air Force culminating as the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex Vice Commander. Jeff served over 13 years within the Air Force Materiel Command where he honed his manufacturing, repair, and overhaul acumen. He was also the Headquarters Air Force Logistics Panel Chair overseeing logistics planning, programming, budgeting, and execution (PPBE).

Joint assignments include the Army Command and General Staff College and Joint Forces Command where he integrated joint logistics into joint doctrine. Command tours include the 402d Aircraft Maintenance Group and the 654th Combat Logistics Support Squadron.

As a lifetime Logistics Officer Association (LOA) member, Jeff is a past LOA national executive committee member, chapter advisor, and chapter president. He received the LOA Gen Babbitt National Distinguished Service Award for his work on the executive board as the national membership chair.

Jeff has an M.A.S. in Aviation/Aerospace Management from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University as well as an M.S. in Strategic Studies from Air University. He’s also attended the Depot & Arsenal Executive Leadership Program from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the Lean Six Sigma Executive Course from North Carolina State University. Jeff holds a B.S. in Mathematics from Oklahoma State University.