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Default Air Force Logo Commander's Comments, April 2018
Team Battle Creek, I hope you enjoyed a nice break between RSDs and had some time for spring break or to get together with your family and friends. April drill is busy as always and we have our Wing Dining Out/Military Ball at the Air Zoo in Kalamazoo on Saturday night. The Dining Out/Military Ball starts at 1800 with the program/events beginning at 1830. The event is designed to build comradery and esprit de corps and should be a lot of fun. In addition, we will pay special tribute to our great Airmen who have deployed or mobilized over the past 18 months. We have an excellent guest speaker for the event, a true friend of the 110th, Maj Gen (Ret) Eric Vollmecke. Look forward to seeing you at the Air Zoo.
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Default Air Force Logo Commander's Comments, April 2018
Team Battle Creek, I hope you enjoyed a nice break between RSDs and had some time for spring break or to get together with your family and friends. April drill is busy as always and we have our Wing Dining Out/Military Ball at the Air Zoo in Kalamazoo on Saturday night. The Dining Out/Military Ball starts at 1800 with the program/events beginning at 1830. The event is designed to build comradery and esprit de corps and should be a lot of fun. In addition, we will pay special tribute to our great Airmen who have deployed or mobilized over the past 18 months. We have an excellent guest speaker for the event, a true friend of the 110th, Maj Gen (Ret) Eric Vollmecke. Look forward to seeing you at the Air Zoo.
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2018
Default Air Force Logo Commander's Comments, March 2018
It is with great pleasure that I return to the 110th Attack Wing. My first assignment here in Battle Creek was to help build the 217th Air Operations Group, which was a period of major changes for the Wing. During that time we were transitioning from the A-10 to “what” was uncertain while building an Air Operations Group whose mission was little understood. At the same time, we were seeking relevant and sustainable mission sets for our talented and eager professionals. We worked very hard to build the Air Operations Group and had much success despite multiple challenges with manning authorizations, facilities, training, and defining Command Relationships with multiple Numbered Air Forces. Throughout this time I got to know many of you Battle Creek Patriots/Heroes/Professional Airmen not only in the AOG, but the entire Wing.
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