Colonel David DeAngelis is the Deputy Commander of the Air National Guard Air Force Reserve Command Test Center (AATC) Tucson, Arizona. He is responsible for leading a team of 260 National Guard, Reserve, Active, Civilian, and government support personnel for conducting operational and developmental test and evaluation on operational weapons systems.

Colonel DeAngelis previously served as Commander 610 Command and Control Squadron where he led a team of active and traditional reserve personnel in providing premier command and control to key United States Government agencies during peacetime, natural disasters, and states of emergency.

Colonel DeAngelis grew up in Buffalo, New York. He graduated as a distinguished graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy and commissioned in 1998. Colonel DeAngelis flew F-16s for 9 years in three operational assignments and deployed to both Iraq and Afghanistan. While on active duty he served in various positions including Flight Commander, Fighter Wing Executive Officer and Fighter Wing Director of Staff. In 2007, Colonel DeAngelis joined the Air Force Reserve as an F-16 instructor pilot and traditional reservist. In the 466 Fighter Squadron, he served as a Flight Commander, Assistant Director of Operations and Squadron Commander. He has deployed to Iraq, Korea and Japan. Colonel DeAngelis is a command pilot with more than 2000 hours in the F-16 and 400 hours in the F-35. He flew the F-35 as part of the initial cadre standing up flight operations at Hill AFB. He is currently employed in the 309th Software Engineering Group as an F-16 Fighter System Specialist. In his civilian job, Colonel DeAngelis has helped integrate, design and field software updates for the Block 30, 40, 50, and European Air Force F-16.

1998 Bachelor of Science, Human Factors, U.S. Air Force Academy, CO
2005 Squadron Officer School, Maxwell Air Force Base, AL
2009 Master’s degree, Military Arts and Science, Air University Maxwell AFB, AL
2009 Air Command and Staff College, by correspondence
2014 Reserve Forces Integration Course, NATO School, Oberammergau, Germany
2015 Air War College, by correspondence
2019 Reserve Component National Security Course, Fort McNair, Washington DC
2021 Joint and Combined Warfighting School, Joint Forces Staff College, Norfolk, VA

1. June 1998–October 1999, student, Euro-Nato Joint Jet Pilot Training, Sheppard AFB, Texas
2. November 1999–April 2000, student, Fighter Lead-In Course, Sheppard AFB, Texas
3. May 2000–December 2000, student, F-16C FTU, 308th Fighter Squadron, Luke AFB, Arizona
4. December 2000-June 2003, Assistant Chief, Scheduling, 389th FS, Mountain Home AFB, Idaho
5. June 2003–August 2004, Chief of Plans, 35 FS, Kunsan AB, Korea
6. August 2004-August 2006, Flight Commander, 13 FS, Misawa AB, Japan
7. August 2006-January 2007, Executive Officer, 35 FW, Misawa AB, Japan
8. January 2007-June 2007, Director of Staff, 35 FW, Misawa AB, Japan
9. June 2007-December 2012, F-16 Instructor Pilot, 466 FS, Hill AFB, Utah
10. December 2012-October 2014, Flight commander, 466 FS, Hill AFB, Utah
11. October 2014-September 2016, Assistant Director of Operations, 466 FS, Hill AFB, Utah
12. September 2016-June 2017, Commander, 419 OG Det 1, Hill AFB, Utah
13. June 2017-June 2018, Commander, 466 Fighter Squadron, Hill AFB, Utah
14. June 2018-June 2019, Chief of Safety, 419 Fighter Wing, Hill AFB, Utah
15. June 2019-April 2020, Deputy Chief Operations, Training and Standardization Division for Nuclear, Space and Homeland Defense Directorate, Joint Staff Pentagon, Arlington, Virginia
16. April 2020-June 2022, Chief Operations, Training and Standardization Division for Nuclear, Space and Homeland Defense Directorate, Joint Staff Pentagon, Arlington, Virginia
17. June 2022-June 2024, Commander, 610th Command and Control Squadron, Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona
18. June 2024-Present, Deputy Commander, Air National Guard Air Force Reserve Test Center, Tucson, Arizona

1. June 2019-June 2022, Chief and Deputy Chief Operations, Training and Standardization Division for Nuclear, Space and Homeland Defense Directorate, Joint Staff Pentagon, Arlington, Virginia, as a colonel

Rating: Command Pilot
Flight hours: More than 2,800
Aircraft flown: T-37, T-38, F-16, F-35

Defense Superior Service Medal
Meritorious Service Medal with four oak leaf clusters
Air Medal with three oak leaf clusters
Aerial Achievement Medal
Air Force Commendation Medal with 1 oak leaf cluster
Joint Meritorious Unit Award
Air Force Outstanding Unit Award with valor and three oak leaf clusters
Combat Readiness Medal with five oak leaf clusters
Afghanistan and Iraq Campaign Medal
Nuclear Deterrence Operations Service Medal

Second Lieutenant June 1998
First Lieutenant June 2000
Captain June 2002
Major August 2007
Lieutenant Colonel August 2014
Colonel July 2019

(Current as of May 2024)