COLONEL DARTANIAN WARR
Colonel Dartanian “Doc” Warr is the
Commander, Battle Management Systems Wing, Electronic Systems Center (ESC),
Hanscom Air Force Base,
Warr received an academic scholarship to
his career, Colonel Warr was responsible for redesigning the air refueling
station on the KC-10 aircraft; updating the F-16 training system; developing
chemical and biological protective gear for the warfighter; alleviating
electrical hazards on the Peacekeeper Intercontinental Ballistic Missile
(ICBM); designing the crew station for the Small ICBM; and leading the
development of the Space Based Infrared Satellite. He is also an honor graduate of the Air
In 1992, Colonel Warr was selected as a White House Fellow serving as a special assistant to Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretaries Jack Kemp and Henry Cisneros. He helped lead the department’s efforts to house over 10,000 homeless residents following Hurricane Andrew. In 1997, the National Junior Chamber of Commerce selected Colonel Warr as one of its 10 Outstanding Young Americans.
Bachelor’s degree in Behavioral Sciences (Human Factors), U.S. Air Force
1984 Squadron Officer School, Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala.
1986 Master’s degree in Applied Behavioral Sciences, Wright State University, Ohio
1988 Master’s in Business Administration degree in Management (Honors), Golden Gate Univ., Calif.
1992 Advance Program Management, Defense Systems Management College, VA
1994 Air Command and Staff College, Ala.
1998 Masters degree in National Resource Strategy, Industrial College of the Armed Forces, D.C.
2003 Center for Creative Learning, Executive Leadership Program
National Security Management Course,
1. October 1980 - August 1984, Behavioral
Scientist, Aeronautical Systems Division, Wright-Patterson AFB,
2. August 1984 - October 1984, student,
3. October 1984 - October 1986, Peacekeeper Human
Factors Program Manager, Ballistic Missile Office, Norton AFB,
4. October 1986 - October 1988, Chief, Human
Factors Division, Ballistic Missile Office, Norton AFB,
5. October 1988 - June 1989, Program Analyst, Deputy Chief of Staff for Systems, Headquarters Air Force Systems Command, Andrews AFB, Ma.
6. June 1989 - March 1990, Executive Officer, Deputy Chief of Staff for Systems, Headquarters Air Force Systems Command, Andrews AFB, Ma.
7. March 1990 - March 1991, Director, Executive Services, Deputy Chief of Staff for Systems, Headquarters Air Force Systems Command, Andrews AFB, Ma.
8. March 1991 - Jan 1992, Aircraft Requirements Manager, Deputy Chief of Staff for Requirements, Headquarters Air Force Systems Command, Andrews AFB, Ma.
9. Jan 1992 - June 1992, student,
10. August 1992 - August 1993, Special
Assistant to the Secretary (White House Fellow), Department of Housing and
11. August 1993 - June 1994, student,
Air Command and
12. June 1994 - April 1997, Program
Manager, Space Segment, Space Based Infrared System Program Office, Space and
13. April 1997 - August 1997, Program
Element Monitor, Space Based Infrared Systems, Assistant Secretary of Air Force
(Acquisition), the Pentagon,
14. August 1997 - June 1998, student,
15. June 1998 - August 1999, Chief,
Senior Officer Matters, Headquarters Air Force Materiel Command, Wright-Patterson
16. August 1999 – March 2002, System
Program Director, Human Systems Program Office,
17. April 2002 – February 2004,
Inspector General, Headquarters Air Force Materiel Command, Wright-Patterson
18. February 2004 – April 2005, Deputy
Chief of Staff, NORAD-USNORTHCOM, Peterson AFB,
19. April 2005 – January 2006, Chief of
Staff, Headquarters Air Force Materiel Command, Wright-Patterson AFB,
20. January 2006 – Present, Commander,
MAJOR AWARDS AND DECORATIONS
Legion of Merit with first oak leaf cluster
Defense Meritorious Service Medal
Service Medal with second oak leaf cluster
Air Force Achievement Medal with first oak leaf cluster
EFFECTIVE DATES OF PROMOTION
Second Lieutenant May 28, 1980
First Lieutenant May 28, 1982
Captain May 28, 1984
Major June 1, 1992
Lieutenant Colonel Dec. 1, 1996
Colonel April 1, 2000
(Current as of January 2006)