Kenneth G. Miller
Kenneth G. Miller received his bachelor’s degree in aeronautical engineering, 1966. He also received a master’s degree in systems management at the University of Southern California in 1970.
Miller is vice president, Air Force Programs, Anteon Corp. For 30 years, Miller served in the United States Air Force, retiring in 1995 as a brigadier general. His career included accelerated advancement through many management and leadership positions, highlighted by his appointment as the director of the C-17 aircraft program. In this position, he executed budgets in excess of $2 billion and instituted a team approach that resulted in major production improvements and the first flight of the C-17.
Miller’s military decorations include the Defense Superior Service Medal, the Legion of Merit and the Meritorious Service Medal. He also has received the Freedom Foundation’s Award of Merit. He currently serves on Purdue’s Engineering Visiting Committee.