Bryce Fiacco Class Of 2006


Lieutenant Colonel Fiacco is originally from Waterloo, Iowa and a 2006 graduate of the United States Air Force Academy. He is married to Sarah Fiacco and shares four children, both biological and adopted, Kinsley (14), Carter (12), Kason (8), and Kendall (5). He currently serves as the Communications Team Chief for the Executive Action Group of Headquarters Air Force in the Pentagon.

In this role, Lieutenant Colonel Fiacco guides the communications execution for the Secretary, Chief of Staff, Under Secretary, and Vice Chief of Staff of the Air Force. He leads a team of Speechwriters and Public Affairs Officers in researching, writing, and delivering hundreds of speeches and written communications annually. Prior to this position, Lieutenant Colonel Fiacco was the commander of the 90th Contracting Squadron at Francis E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming.

He has expertise across a broad spectrum of acquisition positions including base operations, enterprise support, major weapons systems, command, and contingency operations. He has held multiple unlimited warrants, holds three Master’s Degrees, and has a Doctorate. Lieutenant Colonel Fiacco has been the contracting lead on several unique Acquisition Category Programs, Urgent Operational Needs, and Foreign Military Sales Programs.

Candidacy Statement

As a proud member of the United States Air Force Academy Association of Graduates, I can confidently say that it embodies a mission and vision it should be easy for all graduates to rally behind. The AOG is always working to leverage the knowledge, skills, and capabilities of former cadets, seeking to improve the lives of current cadets, and endeavoring to provide a better experience for future cadets.

This approach has allowed the AOG to be successful for several decades and will allow its continued success into the future. While its growth, efforts, and undertakings have not always been perfect, the goal has remained the same and the steps they have taken to reach that goal have always been taken with the correct intentions.

Should I be provided the opportunity of serving on the Board of Directors, my goal will be to help the steps taken by the AOG to not just be with the best of intentions, but to be taken with the best outcomes and results in mind: clearly focused and articulated to its incredible members.