Lt. Col. Terrill McCall, USAF (Ret.)
Cyber Operations Lead
Terrill “Terry” McCall works for MITRE Corporation as a Cyber Operations Lead directly supporting the United States Space Force (USSF). Terry’s current role creates opportunity to collaborate across numerous national organizations and industry partners to evaluate talent, technologies, training, and processes to optimize the resilience of our national security and influence around the globe. In his previous position he was an AT&T Client Executive translating the Fortune 9 company’s global capabilities to the needs of the USSF and USSPACECOM. Prior to Terry’s industry experience he served 20 years in the United States Air Force as a Cyber Operations Officer where he served in numerous positions highlighted by 5 deployments to the Middle East where he served in various engineering and information management positions.
Over the latter portion of his career, Terry has served as the DISA Cyberspace Operations Branch Chief in support of United States Africa Command leading support during operations on the African Continent and international engagements, Branch Chief on the Secretary of the Air Force/Chief Information Officer A6 Air Staff leading system standardization and efficiency efforts, Commander of 22d Space Operations Squadron leading the Air Force Satellite Control Network operations supporting over 200 on-orbit vehicles, and finally, as the Air Force Space Command lead for Defensive Cyber Operations for Space serving as a catalyst for all cyberspace activities today focused on the defense of our space enterprise. Terry has completed numerous academic studies and training over his career that shape his ongoing contributions to the USSF. Terry is married to Misty McCall with four children and numerous grandchildren from Texas to Colorado.
New Generation Space Leaders: Leadership Exchange “Speed Mentoring”
Monday, April 4, 2022
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Track: New Generation Space Leaders