Maj George Delong is assigned to the Defense Business Board as part the Air Force Intermediate Developmental Education Fellowship. Prior to beginning his Fellowship, Maj Delong was the Director of Inspections, Inspector General, 633 Air Base Wing, Joint Base Langley-Eustis. Previously, he was the Legislative Liaison for Air Combat Command and a member of the Commander’s Action Group. He also served as the executive officer to the Air Combat Command Director of Staff. Major Delong has served in a variety of cyber positions at the squadron, group, air operations center, and joint-level.
Maj Delong received his commission as a graduate of Virginia Tech’s Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps program in 2005, where he served as Regimental Commander for 780 cadets. He is a graduate of the U.S. Army Airborne School, has logged 25 static-line parachute jumps, and also earned German jump wings. He is a distinguished graduate of Squadron Officer School in-residence in addition to Air Command and Staff College, via distributed learning.
He holds an undergraduate degree in business information technology and a graduate degree in information technology management.
Maj Delong’s General Areas of Expertise include:
- Joint Operations
- Three years on elite joint tactical communications team supporting contingencies from major theater war to disaster relief and defense support to civil authorities.
- AOC Operations
- Four years of AOC positions providing communications support to AOC operations, including the Combined Air and Space Operations Center (CAOC) at Al Udeid and the Global Strike AOC at Barksdale AFB.
- Inspector General (IG)
- Director of Inspections for the 633 Air Base Wing. Managed commander’s inspection program for 1,400 members and directed joint base exercises for four Air Force wings and eight Army brigades.
Information & Technology
- Information Technology
- Director of Operations for a 245 personnel communications squadron operating and maintaining base-level cyberspace infrastructure in support of U.S. Air Force and national operations for five Air Force wings and HQ Air Combat Command.