Charles “Corky” Corcoran

Strategic Advisor

Retired U.S. Air Force Major General Charles “Corky” Corcoran is a Strategic Advisor for Scientific Systems.  With extensive operational and command experience, he offers the company critical guidance on multi-domain integration, advancements in manned-unmanned teaming, and tactical and policy procedures.

With over 31 years of military service, including serving as Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations at USAF Headquarters (HQ) in Washington D.C and Commander of the U.S. Air Force Warfare Center in Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, his expertise will increase the speed of information available to warfighters to accelerate decision-making, expedite the sense-to-effects kill chain, and ensure mission success.

General Corcoran is a 1992 graduate of the USAF Academy, a 2000 graduate of the USAF Weapons School, and a 2011 graduate of the National War College. As a command pilot, he logged 3,200+ flying hours and 440+ combat hours, primarily in the F-22 Raptor and F-15 Eagle.

General Corcoran serves on the board of directors for the Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance and is a Senior Fellow at the Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies.