//Lori Foringer, Lieutenant Colonel, USAF (Ret)
Lori Foringer, Lieutenant Colonel, USAF (Ret)

Project Description

Lori Foringer

Key Specialties

  • Test & Evaluation (T&E)

  • Program Management

  • Research & Development


Lori Foringer

Lieutenant Colonel, US Air Force (Retired)

Lieutenant Colonel Lori Foringer, USAF (Ret), is a proven leader with a history of directing high-performing teams as a program manager and flight test engineer. She has over 20 years of active duty USAF research, development, test, and acquisition experience in fighters, weapons, and unmanned platforms.

Significant Career Accomplishments

  • Directed development, procurement, and fielding of $3B in F-15E Strike Eagle modernization programs including the Radar Modernization Program (RMP) and multiple operational flight program (OFP) suites.
  • Directed critical homeland air defense testing, managing team of 100+ across multiple organizations—executed $400K program in six months despite hurricane-damaged test site.
  • Key to success of Auto Ground Collision Avoidance System (AGCAS) which has been credited with saving multiple lives since F-16 implementation.

Key Positions

  • Director of Test Operations, ISR Systems, AFLCMC/WI
  • Chief, Program Execution Group, AFLCMC/WW
  • Material Leader, F-16 Program, F-16 Division, AFLCMC/WWM
  • Chief, Strike Eagle Team, F-15 Division, AFLCMC/WWQ


  • MS, Aeronautical Engineering, Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT)
  • BS, Mechanical Engineering, University of Miami
  • Experimental Flight Test Engineer, USAF Test Pilot School
  • Air War College
  • Program Management (PMT 401), Defense Acquisition University