Maj. Gen. Timothy T. Lunderman retired from the Air Force in June 2022 after 32 plus years of faithful service. Lunderman’s leadership and work experience is extensive and includes service in the National Guard Bureau (NGB), Department of Defense Joint Staff, United States Cyber Command (USCC), Headquarters Air Force (HQ), Air Force Space Command, the National Reconnaissance Operations (NRO), North American Command (NORAD) and supporting combat operations flying front line fighter aircraft. His civilian experience includes eight years working in various jobs in the information technology industry and currently, he is a pilot for United Airlines.
Maj. Gen. Lunderman has commanded over 4500 flight hours in the T-37, A/T-38, F-15C, F-16, Boeing 727, 737, 767, 777 and Airbus 320 aircraft. He has flown combat missions in support of operations Northern Watch, Southern Watch, Noble Eagle, Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom. He earned his commission from Rochester Institute of Technology, Reserve Officer Training Corp in 1989. Both he and his daughter are proud RIT Alumni.