Colonel Bryan J. Teff - Commander of the 110th Attack Wing, W.K. Kellogg Air National Guard Base
Colonel Bryan J. Teff is the Commander of the 110th Attack Wing, W.K. Kellogg Air National Guard Base, Battle Creek, Michigan. He is responsible for approximately 1,000 personnel where his responsibilities include oversight of four groups and several tenant units. The groups include a flying and cyber Operations Group, enterprise logistics and Mission Support Group, Medical Group, and an operational warplanning and execution Air Operations Group. The tenant units include the Defense Logistics Agency, STARBASE aviation career center, AAFES retail outlet, Michigan State Police, and the Merit Network.
Colonel Teff earned his commission at the United States Air Force Academy along with a Bachelor of Science degree in Operations Research. Following pilot training, his first assignment was at Columbus Air Force Base, Miss., as a T-38 instructor pilot. Col. Teff was a Distinguished Graduate from pilot instructor training, Randolph AFB. Col Teff received an A-10 assignment in 1994 and was a Distinguished Graduate from Fighter Fundamentals. After serving in various A-10 pilot and leadership roles, Col Teff was assigned as the Chief of Combat Operations and the 110th Air Operations Squadron Commander at Battle Creek Air National Guard Base, Mich. Col Teff was a distinguished graduate from the AOC formal qualification course. In January 2011, Col Teff was assigned to the Alpena CRTC where he served as the base commander until March 2014. In April 2014, Col Teff was assigned to the 127th Wing, Selfridge ANGB as the Mission Support Group Commander. In April 2015, Col Teff was assigned to the 110th Attack Wing as the Vice Wing Commander.
Colonel Teff is a command pilot with 3,800 hours of flight time in the T-38, A-10A, and A-10C aircraft. He has deployed seven times to southwest Asia, encompassing over 100 A-10A and A-10C combat missions in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom.