Flight Lieutenant Kris Sieczkowski

Flight Lieutenant Kris Sieczkowski grew up on the Central Coast, NSW and joined the Air Force in 2008. Coming from a family of agricultural pilots, his dad began giving him flying lessons when he was 12 years old.

Flight Lieutenant Sieczkowski graduated No. 220 pilots course in 2010, and went on to fly the Hawk 127 Lead-In Fighter, before posting to RAAF Base Tindal to fly the F/A-18 Classic Hornet with No. 75 Squadron. This posting included an operational deployment to the Middle East in 2015.

Following his tour on the F/A-18 Classic Hornet, Flight Lieutenant Sieczkowski completed Flying Instructor Course before going on to instruct at No. 79 & 76 Squadrons on the Hawk 127 Lead-In Fighter.

Flight Lieutenant Sieczkowski then completed F-35A Lightning II aircraft conversion in the United States in 2020, before posting to Central Flying School in 2022.

This is Flight Lieutenant Sieczkowski’s second season with the Roulettes.

In his spare time, he enjoys competing in aerobatic events around the country. He also enjoys various other outdoor sports including skydiving, surfing, snowboarding and paragliding.