Major General (Ret.) Frank Scoggins

Board Member

General Frank Scoggins

Major General (Retired) Frank Scoggins is a member of The Geneva Foundation’s Board of Directors.

General Scoggins served in the United States Air Force for over 37 years before retiring in 2007. He was a career fighter pilot who served at all levels of command. At retirement, he was serving in the Pentagon as a Special Assistant to the Director of Plans and Programs and as Commander, Washington Air National Guard. General Scoggins received his commission in the United States Air Force in 1969. While a lieutenant, he served as an F-4 combat pilot flying combat missions over North Vietnam. In addition to Vietnam and Thailand, his flying assignments took him to locations including Taiwan, Okinawa, Nevada, Arizona, Kansas and Washington. He is a command pilot with over 6,000 total flying hours including over 270 combat hours. Currently, he is performing as an air show pilot for Classic Aircraft Aviation Museum in Oregon and serving on two other community non-profit boards.

General Frank Scoggins