Brod Veillon

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Brigadier General Joseph "Brod" Veillon (born c. 1950) is the assistant adjutant general-air for Louisiana. He has served on active duty in the United States Air Force since 1978. He joined the Louisiana Air National Guard in 1992. In 2005, Veillon coordinated the Louisiana National Guard's support of Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries search and rescue efforts in response to Hurricane Katrina. Veillon formulates policy pertaining to administration and training of over 1,500 Louisiana Air National guardsmen. He serves as principal advisor to the adjutant general on matters pertaining to the Louisiana Air National Guard. He also is the director of Louisiana’s Pelican State STARBASE. He graduated from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, then called the University of Southwestern Louisiana, in 1974, receiving a bachelor of arts degree. He is a graduate of the United States Air War College. Veillon attended undergraduate pilot training at Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas. He is a command pilot with over 2,800 hours in the F-4, F-15, and F-16. At the national level he serves as the Air National Guard Area IV representative to the National Guard Association in Washington, D.C. Veillon

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