Speakers> Ralph Stoffler

Ralph Stoffler

Senior Solutions Architect

Mr. Stoffler is an operational Meteorologist with over 40 years of experience. He successfully served 30 years in the United States Air Force supporting helicopters, RPAs, UAVs, bombers, fighters, cargo and surveillance aircraft. Highlights of his career include supporting the Air Force cargo mission across the Pacific, all Air Force weather operations in Europe and Africa, and a certified training instructor for Undergraduate Pilot Training in weather. Mr. Stoffler also directly supported the United States Army with the 2nd Armored Cavalry and United States Army Europe. He spent a significant time working with NATO and coalition partners of the United States. He received an honorary award from the Czech weather service. Mr. Stoffler retired with the rank of Colonel. Mr. Stoffler worked an additional 10 years as a civilian in the DoD joining the Senior Executive Service. He served as the Director of Weather for the Air Force overseeing 4000 personnel, 2.2 Billion dollars in budget, a training school house and a number of acquisition programs. He had the opportunity to visit the South Pole to improve aviation safety in the Antarctica region and was part of a critical Artic evaluation team in Greenland and Northern Alaska. Mr. Stoffler retired from the DoD in 2020. Mr. Stoffler is currently employed by Raytheon Technologies as a Senior Solutions Architect with a focus on the weather mission.

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Raytheon

Speakers> Ralph Stoffler

Ralph Stoffler

Mr. Stoffler is an operational Meteorologist with over 40 years of experience. He successfully served 30 years in the United States Air Force supporting helicopters, RPAs, UAVs, bombers, fighters, cargo and surveillance aircraft. Highlights of his career include supporting the Air Force cargo mission across the Pacific, all Air Force weather operations in Europe and Africa, and a certified training instructor for Undergraduate Pilot Training in weather. Mr. Stoffler also directly supported the United States Army with the 2nd Armored Cavalry and United States Army Europe. He spent a significant time working with NATO and coalition partners of the United States. He received an honorary award from the Czech weather service. Mr. Stoffler retired with the rank of Colonel. Mr. Stoffler worked an additional 10 years as a civilian in the DoD joining the Senior Executive Service. He served as the Director of Weather for the Air Force overseeing 4000 personnel, 2.2 Billion dollars in budget, a training school house and a number of acquisition programs. He had the opportunity to visit the South Pole to improve aviation safety in the Antarctica region and was part of a critical Artic evaluation team in Greenland and Northern Alaska. Mr. Stoffler retired from the DoD in 2020. Mr. Stoffler is currently employed by Raytheon Technologies as a Senior Solutions Architect with a focus on the weather mission.

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Speakers> Ralph Stoffler

Ralph Stoffler

Mr. Stoffler is an operational Meteorologist with over 40 years of experience. He successfully served 30 years in the United States Air Force supporting helicopters, RPAs, UAVs, bombers, fighters, cargo and surveillance aircraft. Highlights of his career include supporting the Air Force cargo mission across the Pacific, all Air Force weather operations in Europe and Africa, and a certified training instructor for Undergraduate Pilot Training in weather. Mr. Stoffler also directly supported the United States Army with the 2nd Armored Cavalry and United States Army Europe. He spent a significant time working with NATO and coalition partners of the United States. He received an honorary award from the Czech weather service. Mr. Stoffler retired with the rank of Colonel. Mr. Stoffler worked an additional 10 years as a civilian in the DoD joining the Senior Executive Service. He served as the Director of Weather for the Air Force overseeing 4000 personnel, 2.2 Billion dollars in budget, a training school house and a number of acquisition programs. He had the opportunity to visit the South Pole to improve aviation safety in the Antarctica region and was part of a critical Artic evaluation team in Greenland and Northern Alaska. Mr. Stoffler retired from the DoD in 2020. Mr. Stoffler is currently employed by Raytheon Technologies as a Senior Solutions Architect with a focus on the weather mission.

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Raytheon

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