Captain David Miller was an ALL-CIF performer for Norco High School where he lettered in Football, Baseball, Basketball, and Water Polo. An outstanding student, he was named a NFF Riverside County Chapter Scholar-Athlete as well as represented the Western Region as one of only four National Scholar-Athletes in 2005. In 2006, after taking a year to rehabilitate his second of three ACL injuries, Captain Miller entered the United States Air Force Academy where he exceled on both the baseball and boxing teams. Upon graduation from USAFA, he was named a Distinguished Graduate in his academic major while receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Management. With his accomplishments athletically Captain Miller earned the 2010 USAFA Most Outstanding Male Athlete of the Year award. After graduation Captain Miller was assigned to Columbus AFB, MS for pilot training. In 2012, after earning his wings, Captain Miller was assigned to pilot the C-17A Globemaster III out of Joint Base Lewis McChord, WA. Since becoming a pilot over three years ago Captain Miller has flown over 1,000 hours in missions for support of OPERATION INHERENT RESOLVE, OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM, OPERATION FREEDOM’S SENTINEL and Presidential support missions. Captain Miller has flown 50 plus combat missions into and out of austere airfields and classified locations enabling overseas military operations to be executed. Specifically, he has transported over 8 million pounds of cargo and 2500 combat personnel, ensuring accurate wartime delivery of mission essential equipment and coalition forces. He is currently studying to obtain a Master’s degree in Aeronautical Science with a specialization in Aeronautics from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.