Jeff Kubik Class Of 1993


Jeff Kubik, Class of 1993, graduated with a BS Electrical Engineering and served two tours as an electrical engineer (62E3E) developing and testing advanced SATCOM, SIGINT and C5ISR systems during his assignments with the 91st Intelligence Squadron at Ft Meade, MD, followed by the 46th Test Squadron at Eglin AFB, FL.  Upon separating from active duty in 1999, Jeff  served in a variety of technical and leadership roles (Information Systems Security Engineer, Program Manager, Cyber Range Manager, Business Development/Strategy)  as a defense contractor developing advanced cyber capabilities for Cyber Network Defense (CND) and Cyber Operations for the Intel and DoD community.  Jeff is currently a Cyber Capture executive for Jacobs.   

Jeff co-founded the Baltimore Chapter AOG (BCAOG) in 2002, where he serves as both the Networking Coordinator and Board Chairman.  Jeff also participates in the Service Academy Business Professionals (SABP) to bridge communications across the local network of service academy grads.  Additional information is available on his LinkedIn  profile: He resides in Maryland with his wife, Anne Marie, and their children:  Nathaniel, Benjamin, Gabriel and Catherine.  In his free time, Jeff enjoys outdoor adventures with his family:  camping, hiking, bicycling, snow skiing.   

Candidacy Statement

Service to our Country and to the great institution of USAFA is a lifelong commitment for which I feel inspired to volunteer my time to serve on the Association of Graduates Board of Directors.  My USAFA experiences (both the good and the challenging times) have enriched my life by solidifying my character and tenacity while establishing lifelong friendships with fellow grads that transcend time. 

If extended the privilege to serve as a member of this board, I want to contribute to the AOG’s mission areas by applying experiences gained from supporting the ongoing operations of the Baltimore Chapter AOG (Distinguished Chapter Recognition from 2014 to present).  Also, I recognize the value of networking amongst service academy grads through my volunteer involvement with SACC DC events.  I am amazed by the diversity of talent and industries represented.  As a service academy graduate, we represent a valuable national resource that has the responsibility of making a positive impact within the communities we live. 

My comfort with computer technology began, as an 11-year-old boy, programming a TRS-80 and continued through my college days and later expanded into the cyber domain over the course of many exciting assignments and job roles.  I hope these experiences allow me to contribute to USAFA’s cyber capabilities by facilitating conversations amongst faculty and cadets with fellow graduates making an impact in cyber. 

I am passionate about USAFA’s mission and I am proud to extend the “Long Blue Line” in Maryland raising awareness amongst local high school candidates that there are other Service Academy options besides the Naval Academy!  Go Falcons!  Proud to Be ’93!