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Colonel Michael D. Ingersoll

Colonel Ingersoll is the Secretary General of the System of Cooperation between the American Air Forces, (SICOFAA).  The system is comprised of 25 air forces  American nations, has the mission of fostering the exchange of experiences, knowledge, and training to help build the capabilities of its member air forces.  The colonel  Ingersoll  provides the institutional continuity of the organization and is the focal point for daily interaction among its members.  He is responsible for getting the  Commanders of the member air forces give their political-military guidance to the system, and for the functional and administrative support that the Air Force of the United States of America  gives to this organization.

Colonel Ingersoll graduated from the United States Air Force Academy with military distinction in 1994.  He served as an aircraft maintenance officer both in the United States and abroad, did an Air Force internship at the Pentagon, and held leadership positions at Air Force Headquarters, and within the Embassy Military Group. from United States  In colombia.  He served as Commander of the Aircraft Maintenance Squadron and as Deputy Commander of the deployed Expeditionary Maintenance Group. He is a fully trained United States Southern Command International Relations Officer (USSOUTHCOM); He is fluent in Spanish and understands Portuguese, Italian and German.  


1994  Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Engineering, US Air Force Academy (High School Specialization in German)

1999  Squadron Officers School, Maxwell AFB, Alabama

2002  Master of Arts in Organization Management, George Washington University

2005  Air Command and General Staff College, by correspondence

2006  Basic and Intermediate Spanish, Defense Language Institute, Monterey, California

2007  General Staff Course, Air War Academy, Chilean Air Force

2017  Master of Strategic Studies, Air Warfare College, Maxwell AFB, Alabama 



2005  Student, Program  Advanced Safety Studies Leadership, Marshall Center

2007  Air War Academy, Santiago, Chile

2013  Deputy Commander, 455th Expeditionary Maintenance Group, Bagram, Afghanistan

2014  Deputy Chief, Air Mission, US Military Group, Bogotá, Colombia

2015.  J-3, Director of Operations, US Military Group, Bogotá, Colombia  


Bronze Star

Meritorious Service Medal  defense

Meritorious Service Medal with 3 oak leaves

NATO medal with 1 device  

(Updated August 2022)

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