General Maryanne Miller
United States Air Force (ret.)
Maryanne Miller is a retired United States Air Force general and a pilot who last served as the commander of Air Mobility Command at Scott Air Force Base. from Sept. 7, 2018 to Aug. 20, 2020. She previously served as the Chief of Air Force Reserve and the commander of Air Force Reserve Command. from July 2016 to September 2018. Miller is the first Air Force Reserve officer to achieve the rank of general. She was also the first woman to serve as the Chief of Air Force Reserve.
A native of Hilliard, OH, Miller was commissioned in 1981 as a distinguished graduate of the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps program at Ohio State University. Miller has commanded two wings, accrued more than 4,800 flying hours, and held numerous staff leadership positions at the unit, air staff, and joint staff levels. In 2019, Miller was the only female four-star officer serving in the United States military. She retired from the Air Force on Oct. 1, 2020. She now serves on the boards of Bristow Group, Leaven Kids, and Manhattan College. She also advises the New Vista Acquisition Corporation, Freedom Lift Innovations, and Aerolane.