Lt. Colonel Timothy Lambert, Senior Aerospace Science Instructor
Lt Col Lambert graduated from the United States Air Force Academy in 1990. While on active duty, he served as pilot on the C-130 Hercules aircraft. As a C-130 pilot, Lt Col Lambert compiled almost 3,000 hours flying missions around the world. His notable deployments include a tour in the Middle East immediately following the 9/11 attack on the United States. During this deployment, he was called on to fly numerous combat missions transporting troops and supplies into enemy territory. Lt Col Lambert held positions that included Chief of Current Operations, 317th Airlift Group; Chief of Tactical Airlift, Allied Air Forces Europe (NATO); and Director of Operations, 41st Airlift Squadron. His duty stations included Travis Air Force Base, California; Moody Air Force Base, Georgia; Dyess Air Force Base, Texas; Allied Air Forces Southern Command in Naples, Italy; Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas; and Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. Lt Col Lambert retired from active duty in 2010 after 20 years of service. He then started his second career as an AFJROTC instructor at Cypress Creek High School in Houston, Texas. After five years, he moved to his current position as Senior Aerospace Science Instructor at Klein High School. Lt Col Lambert and his wife, Lynda, live in Spring. They have three children: Myka (26), Jenai (19), and Isaiah (16).
Master Sergeant Vincent Madrid, Aerospace Science Instructor