10th Annual Integrated Air and Missile Defense Symposium : The U.S. Air Force Vision for the Future of Joint Integrated Air and Missile Defense
Mr. Todd Serres is the Associate Chief, Command and Control (C2), Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD), & Information Operations (IO) Division (AF/A3TY), Training and Readiness Directorate, DCS Operations, HQ USAF. A3TY is the USAF focal point for joint operational planning support and analysis for C2, IAMD and IO. The division leads AF efforts related to command and control for operational and tactical organization and manpower, advises USAF on IAMD capability requirements, and manages implementation of OPSEC, military deception, military information support operations and counter small UAS programs. As Associate Chief, Mr. Serres executes oversight over a broad range of organizational issues to senior leaders.
Mr. Serres first entered the Air Force in May of 1986 from the United States Air Force Academy. His military career included aviation duties as a UH-1N pilot and B-1B instructor, evaluator and flight test pilot, airpower theory and operational arts instructor at the USA Command and General Staff College, Operations Officer and Commander of USAF Air Support Operations Squadrons, and a division chief for Homeland Defense Capability Based Planning Division. Since transitioning to the civil service in 2009 he has been the focal point for USAF IAMD planning, development, and exercising for the A3/5 and A3 Deputy Chief of Staff. Mr. Serres co-authored the SECAF/CSAF endorsed 2014 USAF IAMD Roadmap and the JROC validated C2 of IAMD Joint DOTMLPF Change Recommendation.
1986 BS Management, United States Air Force Academy, CO
1992 Squadron Officer School, Maxwell AFB, AL
1999 USA Command and General Staff Officer Course, Fort Leavenworth, KS
2002 MMAS, Command and General Staff College, KS
2007 Air War College, Maxwell AFB, AL