General Richard Myers, USAF, retired, served as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS), the highest ranking uniformed officer in the U.S. military, during the early stages of the “War on Terror” and was the Acting JCS Chair on 9-11. General Myers flew over 4,100 hours in fighters (F-4, F-15, and F-16) including 600 hours in combat in the F-4 Phantom. Among his many command positions, he led USAF Space Command – that became the U.S. Space Force in 2019. General Myers will share his 9-11 experience returning to the Pentagon minutes after the attack. He will also talk about what led up to the creation the Space Force the latest on the study of UFOs.