Gen. (Ret.) John Michael Loh '60

General John Michael Loh is the President of JML & Associates, Inc., the consulting company he founded in 1995. He serves as a consultant to the senior management of leading aerospace and defense corporations.

General Loh culminated his thirty-five year Air Force career in June 1995 as the commander of Air Combat Command, overseeing operations responsible for supporting all of the U. S. based Air Force combat and combat support forces worldwide. He served as the Air Force Vice Chief of Staff during the first Gulf War in 1990-91, and was a commissioner on the White House Commission on Aviation Safety and Security directed by the President and Chaired by the Vice-President.

General Loh spent his active duty career in both the combat operations mission area, flying primarily fighter aircraft, and in the operational requirements, development and acquisition mission areas of the Air Force. He is an experienced fighter pilot, having flown 200 combat missions in Vietnam.

He is on the board of the Armed Forces Benefit Association, and served on the National Security Advisory Panel of the Sandia National Laboratory. He is also a trustee of the Air Force Academy Falcon Foundation.

General Loh graduated from of the Air Force Academy in 1960 and earned a master's degree in Aeronautics from MIT in 1973.