Pamela J. Lincoln - US Space Force Association
US Space Force Association

Pamela J. Lincoln

Pamela J. (Pam) Lincoln is a member of the board of directors for the Space Force Association.

Pam has served over 30 years in the United States Air Force with various command and executive level leadership assignments at squadron, wing, Air Staff and combatant command assignments.  Her career spans intercontinental ballistic missiles, space operations, studies and analyses and human resource lifecycle management.

Pam has attended senior executive courses at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and Defense Acquisition University.  She holds a master of science degree in military studies from Air University and a masters of science in aviation management from Embry Riddle University.  She holds a bachelor of science degree in Information Systems from the University of Pittsburgh.  Pam currently serves as the Director, Space and Air Program Development at Systems Planning Analysis, Inc

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