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CHIEF MASTER SERGEANT PHILIP E. ECKENROD JR. CHIEF MASTER SERGEANT PHILIP E. ECKENROD JR.

Chief Master Sergeant Philip E. Eckenrod Jr. is the Command Chief Master Sergeant for the 97th Air Mobility Wing, Altus Air Force Base, Oklahoma. He serves as key advisor to the Wing Commander on all matters concerning force utilization, readiness, training, career progression and quality of life for 5,905 assigned officer, enlisted, civilian, and
6/01
2016
Chief Master Sergeant David R. Staton Chief Master Sergeant David R. Staton

Chief Master Sergeant David R. Staton is the Command Chief Master Sergeant, Air Education and Training Command, Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas. The command includes the Air Force Recruiting Service, a numbered air force and Air University. AETC trains more than 293,000 students per year and consists of 12 bases, more than 67,900
1/22
2016
U.S. Air Force Col. Todd A. Hohn, 97th Air Mobility Wing commander. COLONEL TODD A HOHN

Col. Todd A. Hohn is the Commander of the 97th Air Mobility Wing at Altus Air Force Base, Okla. As commander, he is responsible for the formal training of all C-17 Globemaster III and KC-135 Stratotanker aircrews for active duty, Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve units, as well as multiple partner air forces from across the world. In
10/07
2015
97th AMW vice commander COLONEL CHARLES G. OHLIGER

Colonel Charles G. Ohliger is the Vice Commander, 97th Air Mobility Wing, Altus Air Force Base, Okla. He is second in command of the air mobility wing, and is responsible for the formal training of all C-17 and KC-135 aircrews for active duty, Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve units, as well as multiple partner air forces from across the
10/07
2015
100706-F-JZ025-462 MASTER SERGEANT HENRY E. "RED" ERWIN

Medal of Honor recipient Henry E. Erwin passed away in January 2002 at age 80. But 57 years earlier, Erwin showed dramatically how willing he was to give up his life to save the crew of his B-29 Superfortress. His heroism resulted not only in saving his crew and earning him the ultimate military honor, but also put his story on the silver
7/06
2010
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