Present Job Title
  • Head of Training, 4th Training Wing, Polish Air Force
  • Bachelor of engineering degree (Polish Air Force Academy, 2000)
  • Master of Art Degree (Maria Sklodowska-Curie University, Poland, 2002)
  • Master of Business Administration in International Defence (Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, USA, 2006)
  • Airport Management Degree (Warsaw Polytechnic, Poland, 2007)
  • Master of Science in the Operational Art and Design (Air University, Montgomery, Alabama, USA, 2009)
  • PhD Degree in the field of Economy of Air Transportation (Gdansk University, Poland, 2011)

Short Biography

Colonel pilot Konrad MADEJ, PhD is the Head of Training in the 4th Training Wing, Polish Air Force. He is also senior lecturer in Polish Air Force Academy, Dęblin. His professional career has started in the year of 2000, when he was graduated from the Polish Air Force Academy, Dęblin with the wings and second lieutenant rank. His first assignment was position of pilot instructor in the 58th Combat-Training Regiment in Dęblin. Following that he was appointed to the Polish Aerobatic Team Biało-Czerwone Iskry. His further professional development include position in the Polish Air Force HQ as a senior specialist. After that, he was assigned to Squadron Commander position, followed by Operation Group Commander position, both in the 41st Training Center in Dęblin, Poland.
His professional expertise includes total of 2200 hours flown on turboprop and jet trainers: PZL-130, TS-11, T-38C and M-346. He is active duty Instructor Pilot with the proficiency in basic and advance jet training. He is also performing duties as a test pilot. He accomplished T-38C Pilot Instructor Training, Randolph AFB, Texas, USA
Col Madej has published several research articles covering the subjects of modern and advance military jet training as well as economics of air transportation. Actively involved in science and military conferences. His field of interests lies in the areas of aviation and space, international affairs, air transportation and economics, military science and military training, astronomy.