Dewey Everhart


General Dewey Everhart retired from active duty in November 2018, after 35 years in uniform. In his last assignment, he was the Commander, Air Mobility Command at Scott AFB, Illinois and was responsible for providing rapid global mobility and sustainment for America’s armed forces and partner nations.  As the Air Force’s lead command for air mobility, he led the 120,000 men and women of AMC – active duty, Air National Guard, Air Force Reserve and civilians – provided combat airlift, aerial refueling, air mobility support, and aeromedical evacuation with more than 1,100 aircraft from nine bases, 18 Wings, and 116 total force air mobility operating locations and was responsible for a $34 Billion portfolio.  Currently,  President of Everhart Strategic Consulting Group, LLC, Chairman and CEO of the Airlift Tanker Association and Advisory Board member of Goldratt Consulting North America

During his career, General Everhart held command at virtually every level, including squadron, group, wing, Air Operation Center, Numbered Air Force, and MAJCOM. The general was a command pilot with more than 4,700 hours in multiple aircraft to include the C-130 E/H/J, C-17, C-21, KC-46. He deployed in support of Operations DESERT SHIELD/STORM, IRAQI FREEDOM, ENDURING FREEDOM and NEW DAWN.