The Honorable Christine Fox currently serves as a member of the President’s National Infrastructure Advisory Council, participates on many governance and advisory boards, and is a Senior Fellow at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. Previously, she was the Assistant Director for Policy and Analysis at JHU/APL, a position she held from 2014 to early 2022. Before joining APL, she served as Acting Deputy Secretary of Defense from 2013 to 2014 and as Director of Cost Assessment and Program Evaluation (CAPE) from 2009-2013. As Director, CAPE, Ms. Fox served as chief analyst to the Secretary of Defense. She officially retired from the Pentagon in May 2014. Prior to her DoD positions, she served as president of the Center for Naval Analyses from 2005 to 2009, after working there as a research analyst and manager since 1981. Ms. Fox holds a bachelor and master of science degree from George Mason University.
Peter Coen currently serves as the Mission Integration Manager for NASA’s Quesst Mission. His primary responsibility in this role is to ensure that the X-59 aircraft development, in-flight acoustic validation and community test elements of the Mission stay on track toward delivering on NASA’s Critical Commitment to provide quiet supersonic overflight response data to the FAA and the International Civil Aviation Organization.
Previously, Peter was the manager for the Commercial Supersonic Technology Project in NASA’s Aeronautics Research Mission, where he led a team from the four NASA Aero Research Centers in the development of tools and technologies for a new generation of quiet and efficient supersonic civil transport aircraft.
Peter’s NASA career spans almost 4 decades. During this time, he has studied technology integration in practical designs for many different types of aircraft and has made technical and management contributions to all of NASA’s supersonics related programs over the past 30 years. As Project Manager, he led these efforts for 12 years.
Peter is a licensed private pilot who has amassed nearly 30 seconds of supersonic flight time.
Maj Gen Shawn N. Bratton is Commander, Space Training and Readiness Command, temporarily located at Peterson Space Force Base, Colorado.
Space Training and Readiness Command was established as a Field Command 23 August 2021, and is responsible for preparing the USSF and more than 6,000 Guardians to prevail in competition and conflict through innovative education, training, doctrine, and test activities.
Maj Gen Bratton received his commission from the Academy of Military Science in Knoxville, Tenn. Prior to his commissioning Maj Gen Bratton served as an enlisted member of the 107th Air Control Squadron, Arizona Air National Guard. He has served in numerous operational and staff positions. Maj Gen Bratton was the first Air National Guardsman to attend Space Weapons Instructor Course at Nellis Air Force Base. He deployed to the Air Component Coordination Element, Camp Victory Iraq for Operation IRAQI FREEDOM, he served as the USNORTHCOM Director of Space Forces, and commanded the 175th Cyberspace Operations Group, Maryland Air National Guard. He also served as the Deputy Director of Operations, USSPACECOM.
Prior to his current assignment, Maj Gen Bratton served as the Space Training and Readiness Task Force Lead.
1993 Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education, Arizona State University, Tempe, Ariz.
1994 Academy of Military Science, Knoxville, Tenn
1999 Squadron Officer School, Maxwell AFB, Ala.
2005 Master’s Certificate, Homeland Security Studies, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, Calif.
2005 Air Command and Staff College, by correspondence
2010 Air War College, by correspondence
2011 Naval War College, in residence
2011 Master’s degree in National Security Studies, Naval War College, Newport, R.I.
1. March – April 1987, Basic Training, Lackland AFB, Texas
2. April – December 1987, Student, Aircraft Control and Early Warning Systems, Keesler AFB, Miss
3. January 1988 – September 1994, Aircraft Control and Warning Radar Technician, 107th Air Control Squadron, Arizona Air National Guard, Phoenix, Ariz.
4. September – October 1994, Student, Academy of Military Science, Knoxville, Tenn.
5. October 1994 – August 1999, Communications Officer, 107th Air Control Squadron, Phoenix, Ariz
6. August 1999 – March 2000, Operations Officer, Joint Counter-Narcotics Task Force, Phoenix, Ariz.
7. March 2000 – December 2003, Action Officer, Headquarters Air Force Space Command HQ AFSPC/CG, Peterson AFB, Colo.
8. January 2003 – June 2003, Student, USAF Weapons School, Nellis AFB, Nev.
9. July 2003 – July 2005, Chief, Weapons and Tactics, HQ AFSPC/A3, Peterson AFB, Colo.
10. August 2005 – July 2007, Weapons Officer, Det 2, Arizona ANG, Sky Harbor International Airport, Phoenix, Ariz.
11. August 2007 – July 2010, ANG Advisor to Commander, 14th Air Force, Vandenberg AFB, Calif.
12. August 12. 2010 – June 2011, Student, Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island
13. June 2011 – February 2014, ANG Advisor to AFSPC/A3 & A6, Peterson AFB, Colo.
14. March 2014 – May 2015, ANG Advisor to the Commander, AFSPC, Peterson AFB, Colo.
15. May 2015 – June 2017, Commander, 175th Cyberspace Operations Group, Warfield ANG Base, Md.
16. July 2017 – Jan 2019, ANG Advisor to the Commander, AFSPC, Peterson AFB, Colo.
17. Jan 2019 – Aug 2019, Deputy Director of Operations, Plans, and Training, Joint Force Space Component Command, Peterson AFB, Colo
18. Apr 2019 – Aug 2019, Special Assistant to the Chief National Guard Bureau for Space, Schriever AFB, Colo.
19. Aug 2019 – Feb 2021, Deputy Director of Operations, United States Space Command, Schriever AFB, Colo.
20. Feb 2021 – Aug 2021, Space Training and Readiness Task Force Lead, United States Space Force, Peterson AFB, Colo.
21. Aug 2021 – Present, Commander Space Training and Readiness Command, United States Space Force, Peterson Space Force Base, Colo.
MAJOR AWARDS AND DECORATIONS
Defense Superior Service Medal
Meritorious Service Medal with six devices
Air Force Commendation Medal with device
Air Force Achievement Medal with four devices
Joint Meritorious Unit Award
Iraq Campaign Medal
Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
USAF NCO PME Graduate Ribbon
EFFECTIVE DATES OF PROMOTION
Second Lieutenant 29 September 1994
First Lieutenant 30 September 1996
Captain 3 October 1998
Major 17 October 2002
Lieutenant Colonel 1 August 2007
Colonel 26 May 2011
Brigadier General 2 April 2019
Major General 17 February 2022
(Current as of March 22)