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Lieutenant Colonel William J. Conley is the Senior Aerospace Science Instructor, Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFJROTC), Deland High School, Deland Florida.
Lieutenant Colonel Conley entered the Air Force as an Airman in 1988, and after a two-year enlistment, separated in pursuit of a commission. He re-entered the Air Force as a distinguished graduate of the East Carolina University Reserve Officer Training Corps program in 1992, earning his Regular commission. He served in an array of assignments in the personnel community from the base, Air Staff, and Air Force Personnel Center-levels. He also served as a group executive officer, Air Force Intern, deployed squadron commander, mission support squadron commander and is a distinguished graduate, Squadron Officers School and a graduate of Air Command and Staff College in-residence and Air War College by correspondence. Considered a life-long learner, his education includes a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Resources Administration from St. Leo College, a Master of Science degree in Organizational Management from the University of Laverne, a Master of Science degree in Human Resources Management from George Washington University, and a Master of Science degree in Military Operational Arts and Sciences from Air University. Most recently, Colonel Conley completed his Educational Specialist degree in Educational Leadership from NOVA Southeastern University. His is married to his beautiful bride, Genevieve Macalalag, and together they have four incredible children—Kayla, Layne, Alexa, and Liam.