Dulles Airport & our Community
Jan 18, 2018
Keith Meurlin (USAF General, retired),
Dulles Airport & our Community

Keith Meurlin has had a 45-year career of proven success, simultaneously managing both civilian and military professions.  A record of successfully managing large organizations, demonstrating innovative leadership and management skills, from a military pilot and logistician rising to the rank of Major General, as well as Airport Manager of Dulles International Airport and President of the Washington Airports Task Force.

Owner and President of the Meurlin Group, LLC, he has provided consultant services to SAIC, Lockheed Martin, IBM, Alutiq, Chenega and Clear in their pursuit of winning solutions to airport and aviation challenges.  He served at Dulles Airport for over 28 years as Manager of Operations, Engineering and Maintenance including 16 years as Airport Manager. 

Keith Meurlin served on active duty and in the Reserves rising to the highest rank a traditional reservist can achieve.  He flew the KC-135, C-130, C-7, T-38 and T-37 aircraft, commanded five maintenance squadrons, a C-5 Logistics Group winning every maintenance/logistics award in Air Mobility Command.  He finished his career on active duty serving as the Vice Commander of the Air Force Material Command,  the principle military advisor to the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for reserve component matter and finally established the office of Wounded Warrior Care and Transition Policy for the Secretary of Defense.

He served for 11 years as a Director on the Board of Middleburg Financial Corporation, Middleburg, VA.  He currently serves on the Loudoun Economic Development Advisory Commission and is on their Executive Committee.  He also serves on the Suburban Maryland Transportation Alliance, Northern Virginia Transportation Alliance, Dulles South Alliance, Loudoun CEO Cabinet, and on the Stakeholder Committee of the Loudoun County Comprehensive Plan Review.

Keith Meurlin holds a BA degree from the University of Vermont and a MS in Systems Management from the University of Southern California.