Gen. (RET) Phil Breedlove

Professor, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs; Former Commander, U.S. European Command; Former Supreme Allied Commander Europe; Former Vice Chief of Staff of the Air Force

Philip Breedlove is a retired Four Star US Air Force General who completed a 39 year military career. He held eight major commands across four continents during both peace and conflict and culminated his distinguished career as Commander US European Command and NATO's Supreme Allied Commander Europe, or SACEUR. General Breedlove has extensive experience in our nations senior most geopolitical decision making and national security policy making processes at both the Pentagon and the National Security Council. He currently is a consultant to industry and serves as a Distinguished Professor at The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at Georgia Tech. General Breedlove holds a Bachelor of Civil Engineering from Georgia Tech, a Masters of Science in Aeronautical Technology from

Arizona State, a Masters of International Security Affairs from National Defense University and a Fellowship in International Affairs from MIT’s Seminar XXI. General Breedlove’s three children and two sons-in-law all serve this nation.