Rodney  Fisher

Rodney Fisher

Expeditionary Modernization Engineer
Air Force Civil Engineer Center
Mr. Rod Fisher serves as the Expeditionary Modernization Engineer for the Expeditionary Engineering Division, Readiness Directorate of the Air Force Civil Engineer Center (AFCEC), formerly Air Force Civil Engineer Support Agency (HQ AFCESA). In this position he is responsible to oversee the Air Force Civil Engineer Expeditionary Modernization Program including the Basic Expeditionary Airfield Resources (BEAR) system. He has held this position for the past 7 years, first as a contractor, and now as a Government employee. Mr. Fisher has over 46 years of experience with the Air Force, first on active duty where he retired in Jan 1987 as a program manager for advanced avionics and airborne radar projects, and then as a contractor supporting the HQ AFCESA and Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) in various engineering and program management positions. He develops and provides technical specifications and requirements analysis to formulate system and program requirements, such as Requirements Correlation Matrixes (RCMs), and other program support and requirements documentation, and oversees Research, Development and Acquisition (RD&A) programs supporting CE modernization efforts. He has experience across a broad spectrum of technology areas ranging from aircraft avionics systems to civil and environmental engineering. Prior to his current assignment, he supported the Air Force Research Laboratory as a project manager and technical advisor to the Cargo Screening (CS) Advanced Concept Technology Demonstration (ACTD). He has had prior assignments in HQ AFCESA as a program manager supporting utilities privatization and the Rapid Runway Repair (RRR) program.