Major Josh Meyer is an instructor at the Air Force Institute of Technology’s School of Systems and Logistics, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio. He is an advisor to senior staff on current logistics issues, including the development and evaluation of courses and faculty performance. Additionally, Major Meyer orchestrates day-to-day operations for the creation, execution, and evaluation of logistics courses for both live and distance learning venues. Moreover, he is a liaison for student/faculty issues, including academic advising, curriculum development, budgeting and grading.
Maj Meyer is a 2021 graduate of the Air Force Institute of Technology’s Logistics and Supply Chain Management program. He has served in various flight command roles in Air Transportation, Material Management, and Vehicle Management and served as Director of Operations for a Munitions Training Squadron. Maj Meyer also previously served as an instructor for the LRO Basic Couse at Shephard AFB and has deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom on three separate occasions.
LOG 199, Introduction to Logistics
LOG 299, Combat Logistics
2021 – Master of Science degree in Logistics Management, Air Force Institute of Technology, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
2019 – Leadership Development Course, Maxwell Air Force Base, AL.
2018 – Enterprise Logistics Executive Capstone (Log 500), Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH.
2017 – Air Command & Staff College (by correspondence), Maxwell Air Force Base, AL.
2012 – Army Combat Skills and Advisor Training, Fort Polk, LA.
2012 – Squadron Officer School (in residence and by correspondence), Maxwell Air Force Base, AL.
2012 – Combat Logistics (Log 299), Langley Air Force Base, VA.
2011 – Master of Arts degree in International Relations, Webster University, St. Louis, MO.
2010 – Managerial Aerial Port Operations Course, Expeditionary Center, Fort Dix, NJ.
2009 – Contingency Warfighter Planning Course, Maxwell Air Force Base, AL.
2008 – Air and Space Basic Course, Maxwell Air Force Base, AL.
2007 – Bachelor of Science degree in Foreign Area Studies, United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, CO.