Jack Sine is a 30-year veteran of the United States Air Force with a broad range of experience from the tactical to policy levels of the Department of Defense. Through his career, he served as a fighter pilot, electronic combat systems engineer, commander, military attaché, Pentagon staff officer, and congressional liaison. In his final year of service, he served as the Department of the Air Force’s Foreign Policy Advisor providing foreign policy analysis directly to the Secretary of the Air Force, the Chief of Staff of the Air Force, and the Chief of Space Operations.
As a national security practitioner, Jack served in a variety of political-military roles: Chief of Attaché Operations at U.S. Embassy Baghdad; Chief of the U.S. Air Force’s Legislative Liaison Weapons Division; and Military Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Legislative Affairs. As an F-16 pilot, Jack served in assignments around the world including tours in Korea, Japan, Saudi Arabia, and Iraq.
Airpower and foreign policy, military legislative affairs, military alliances
Master of Arts (Political Science), George Washington University
Master of Arts (Strategic Studies), U.S. Air Force Air War College
Master of Arts (Security Studies), Naval Postgraduate School
Master of Arts (Military Studies, Air Warfare), American Military University
Bachelor of Electrical Engineering, University of Dayton