Brig Gen Bryan J. Teff is the Assistant Adjutant General, Michigan Air National Guard. He is the principle advisor to the Adjutant General of all Michigan Air National Guard matters. He commands 2,500 ready Airmen executing multi-domain global operations, safeguarding the homeland, and supporting Michigan communities. In addition, General Teff serves as the Air National Guard Assistant to Commander, Air Force Sustainment Center, Air Force Material Command, Tinker AFB, Okla. He is the senior Air National Guard and total force advisor for analytic total-force assessments, policy oversight, and implementation. Leads oversight of total-force missions and roles in support of CSF, SecAF, OSD, MAJCOM and CODEL taskings. Balances National Guard equities in shaping multi-billion dollar force structure, manpower, and acquisition programs.
General Teff received his commission in 1989 from the U.S. Air Force Academy where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Operations Research. He then completed undergraduate pilot training at Columbus Air Force Base, Miss. Following pilot training, his first assignment was as a T-38 instructor pilot, followed by a transition to the A-10A and A-10C. General Teff joined the Michigan Air National Guard in 1998 and has served in a variety of leadership and command roles throughout the state. He participated in military operations as an A-10 and MQ-9 pilot to include Operation Southern Watch, Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Freedom Sentinel, and Operation Inherent Resolve. Prior to his current assignment, General Teff was the Wing Commander of the 110th Wing, Battle Creek Air National Guard Base, Mich.