Scott Miller is currently assistant chief of the Aviation Branch of the Surveillance and Aviation Section, Critical Incident Response Group, FBI. In this role Mr. Miller is responsible for managing and directing the FBI’s aviation operations including all air surveillance assets, unmanned aerial systems, the FBI’s global response special mission aircraft as well as aviation safety, training, and maintenance programs. Under his leadership the FBI’s aviation program achieved the highest level (Level 3) of the International Standards for Business Aviation Operations and is recognized industry-wide as utilizing best practices.
Prior to his assignment as assistant section chief, Mr. Miller served as unit chief of the special flight operations which operates the FBI's transportation and special mission aircraft. In this role, Mr. Miller held responsibility for executive transportation of the FBI Director and the Attorney General of the United States as well as all domestic and international missions involving high priority FBI investigations.
Mr. Miller began his career in 2000 as a special agent assigned to the Los Angeles field office where he investigated white collar crime. Following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, he was assigned to the Los Angeles International Airport resident agency as a full-time airport liaison agent until 2004. Mr. Miller then transferred to the New York field office where he served as the aviation coordinator and liaison to FAA Air Traffic Control. In 2007, Mr. Miller transferred to the Washington field office as a pilot-in-command and as the principal relief supervisor for the aviation squad.