William “Bill” Looney retired from the Air Force after 40 years of service as 4-Star General.
During his tenure, he commanded more organizations than any other Air Force general, past or present. The organizations he led covered every facet of Air Force activity including operations, training, education, and acquisitions involving as many as 100,000 people or as few as 13.
Gen Looney earned his Bachelor of Science degree from the United States Air Force Academy, in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He then attended Squadron Officer School at Maxwell AFB in Alabama, and subsequently achieved his Master’s degree in management from the Central Michigan University.