October 4, 2021
Greg McCulley is a cyberspace operations and information technology leader with over 25 years in the Air Force, serving as an enlisted Airman as a scientific mainframe computer operator, base-level communications operator, enlisted Professional Military Education instructor, and later as a Communications & Information officer. During his commissioned service, Greg served as an executive officer, cyberspace vulnerability manager, space communications flight commander, and staff planner. Greg broadened his extensive experience by working at the combatant command, subunified command, major command (MAJCOM), and numbered air force levels. He commanded an information operations squadron (the 92 IOS, Lackland AFB, TX) and a communications squadron (the 721 CS, Cheyenne Mountain AFS, CO).
During his time at the 92 IOS, Greg led creation and fielding the initial AF Cyber Protection Teams, overseeing the creation of the team’s first operations training, mission planning, and stan/eval constructs. As an AF Space Command team member, Greg supported the AF’s defensive cyber operations weapon systems by managing modifications and upgrade processes and guiding the systems to Initial and Final Operating Capacity. He led the team that conceived the new Mission Defense Team (MDT) operating concept (a base-level version of the Cyber Protection Team methodology and approach), and implemented the initial MDT at Cheyenne Mountain AFS, CO during his last assignment. Greg holds two Master’s degrees (American Military University and Air University’s Air Command and Staff College program) and holds an Occupational Instructor Certificate from the Air University.