Manager / Department of the Air Force
As the manager of the Air Installation Compatible Use Zone, Chris Toale represents the Luke AFB 56th Fighter Wing at the United States Air Force’s largest Fighter Wing. He is responsible for fostering relations with elected officials and community leaders to ensure encroachment issues and community planning surrounding Luke AFB do not affect flying mission accomplishments. As an integral part of the Luke Community Initiatives Encroachment Management Team, Chris ensures flight sustainability of America’s premier fighter aircraft through managed community growth surrounding Luke Air Force Base.
For nearly 10 years Chris Toale served as the President of Dynamic Science, Inc., a highly diverse organization specializing in government contracted professional and technical services. He maintained a broad background and strong association with many government organizations within the Federal Aviation Administration, the Department of Defense, the Department of Homeland Security, Federal Highway Administration, and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Prior to entering the private sector, Chris served in the United States Air Force for more than 22 years as an air traffic controller, gaining experience and FAA-licensing in control tower and radar air traffic facilities. He held several facility management and higher headquarters positions before retiring as a community air traffic planner. His assignments included tours in the USA, Far East, Europe, and Middle East. He retired in 2006 in the grade of Chief Master Sergeant (E-9).
Chris received a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Maryland University College and an MBA from Saint Mary’s University. He is an avid golfer, enjoys biking, and is a Bikram yogi. His family includes his wife Nezie and daughter Angela.