Robin “FOXC” Witt
Former F-16CM Flight Lead, T-6A Instructor Pilot, USAF
Robin “FOXC” Witt is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma with a Masters degree in International Relations and a Distinguished Graduate from the US Air Force Academy in 2002. After completion of Undergraduate Pilot Training, Robin was chosen to be a T-6 First Assignment Instructor Pilot. In 2006 she was selected as the 479th Operations Group Company Grade Officer of the Year. Robin then attended F-16 training and during her first assignment as Chief of Training was honored as a Distinguished Graduate from Squadron Officer School and an Outstanding Performer while deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. She also completed her upgrade to 4-ship F-16CM Flight Lead in Suppression of Enemy Air Defenses.
Robin’s next assignment was as the Chief of Mobile Interdiction Plans at the Korean Combined Air Operations Center after completing CAOC RTU as an Honor Graduate. During her final active duty assignment, she was selected for promotion to Major and continued as an F-16CM Flight Lead while deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. She served in the positions of Chief of Wing Scheduling and Special Assistant to the Commander and was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal.
Robin performed over 130 combat missions and flew over 2,000 hours in various aircraft. She joined the AF Reserves to be an Admissions Liaison Officer for the Air Force Academy and now serves as the Liaison Officer Director for Iowa. Robin also speaks at Congressional Events, interviews, and mentors prospective cadets, and oversees a team of ALOs. As a mom of two daughters and after enduring a tremendous loss in the family, Robin knows the challenges of both leadership and personal development. She is dedicated to her role as a mother and leader with Afterburner.