Captain Dustin M. Doyle is the director of operations for The United States Air Force Band Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, Washington, D.C. where he also serves as associate conductor and flight commander of the Ceremonial Brass, the Air Force Strings, Max Impact, Production and Supply. His previous assignments include Commander of the United States Air Force Band of the Golden West, Officer-in-Charge of the Air Force Central Command Band, Flight Commander of the United States Air Force Academy Band and Deputy Commander of the United States Air Force Band of Mid-America.
Captain Doyle earned his commission from Officer Training School in July 2009 at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama and was assigned as the Deputy Commander to the Band of Mid-America at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. In 2011, he became Flight Commander and Assistant Conductor for the United States Air Force Academy Band, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado.
Captain Doyle has toured across the United States and through Europe in support of Air Force Public Affairs, building relationships and engaging communities through music. Additionally, Captain Doyle deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, traveling to nine countries throughout the Middle East and Southwest Asia in efforts to build partnerships with our international allies and boost the morale of our coalition service members.
Originally from Huntingtown, Maryland, Captain Doyle received his bachelor's degree in music education from the University of Maryland. He went on to complete his Master's Degree in Wind Conducting from The Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University. Prior to Joining the Air Force, Captain Doyle taught high school band and orchestra for seven years in Montgomery County, Maryland, where his ensembles earned national and regional recognition for their excellence.