Air Force Liaison Officer
Maj. Scott C. Woodbrey is the Air Force Liaison Officer to the United States Military Academy at West Point. He is an instructor for the Defense and Strategic Studies Program within the Department of Military Instruction where he teaches Sustaining the Force (DS385) and the Superintendents Capstone Course, Officership (MX400). Maj Woodbrey also conducts logistical planning for the Modern War Institute.
Maj. Woodbrey entered the Air Force in 2002 through the ROTC program at Utah State University. He has served in a variety of positions as an acquisition officer. His career began at the Ogden Air Logistics Center within the Minuteman III System Program Officer, where he served as the Production Manager on the Propulsion Replacement Program and Project Manager of the Safety Enhanced Reentry Vehicle Program. This was followed by an assignment with the 850th Electronic Systems Group, Hanscom AFB, Massachusetts, where he was the logistics and sustainment Program Manager for the Battle Control System and Project Officer for the Fylingdales Upgraded Early Warning Radar programs. Most recently, Major Woodbrey developed the strategic vision for Information Technology (IT) as the Deputy Division Chief for the Acquisition Management Division, Communications Systems Directorate, National Reconnaissance Office (NRO), Chantilly, Virginia. He was the Program Manager for the IT Infrastructure Program providing IT services across the NRO enterprise for the NRO’s Infrastructure Service Provider.
In addition to his acquisition positions he has been an ROTC instructor where he served as the operations officer, flight commander, and Assistant Director of Operations.
Maj. Woodbrey has completed the Defense Acquisition University’s intermediate acquisition courses, and is certified level three in the acquisition area of program management as well as level two in life cycle logistics. He is also a level two certified space professional. He holds a BA from Utah State university and an MPA from Troy State University.