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179th Airlift Wing Commander COLONEL ALLISON MILLER

Colonel Allison Miller is the Commander, 179th Airlift Wing, Mansfield, Ohio. She is responsible to the Ohio Assistant Adjutant General for Air to ensure the wing's 1,100 airmen are ready to deploy in support of our communities, state and nation for the national defense and homeland security missions we serve.   Prior to assuming her current
2/15
2018
Official biography portrait COLONEL TODD K. THOMAS

Colonel Todd K. Thomas is the Vice Wing Commander of the 179th Airlift Wing (AW) in Mansfield, Ohio.  The 179AW is comprised of approximately 1,000 personnel who operate and support C130H airlift missions across the globe.  Personnel provide combat airlift, combat support and combat services support, as well as humanitarian relief efforts on a
2/15
2018
Formal portrait CHIEF MASTER SERGEANT MARK A. DYER

Chief Master Sergeant Mark A. Dyer is the eighth Command Chief Master Sergeant for the 179th Airlift Wing, Mansfield Lahm Airport, Ohio Air National Guard, Mansfield, Ohio.  He is the senior enlisted manager within the wing and is responsible for advising commanders on all issues pertaining to enlisted personnel.  He provides leadership and
2/15
2018
179th Airlift Wing Mission Support Group Commander COLONEL PATRICIA L. BARR

Colonel Patricia L. Barr is the 179th Airlift Wing (AW) Mission Support Group Commander, Mansfield, Ohio.  As the Mission Support Group Commander, she is responsible to ensure all Citizen-Airman are highly qualified to execute Federal, State and Community Missions.She joined the 179 AW in November 1983 as a C-130B Aircraft Mechanic assigned to the
2/14
2018
179th Operations Group Commander COLONEL DAVID B. JOHNSON

Col. Johnson is the 179th Airlift Wing (AW) Operations Group Commander, Ohio Air National Guard (ANG), Mansfield, Ohio.  As the commander, he is responsible for all aspects of the group in support of Air Mobility Command and the 179th AW worldwide airlift mission.  He is also responsible for airfield use, including tower and ground control
2/14
2018
COLONEL (DR.) JAMES R. PARRY, 179 Airlift Wing (AW) Medical Group Commander COLONEL (DR.) JAMES R. Parry

Colonel Parry is the 179 Airlift Wing (AW) Medical Group Commander, Air National Guard, and Mansfield, Ohio. The 179 AW Medical Group provides immunizations, public health, optometry, laboratory, and dental services to support preventive health assessments and deployment processing.    As commander of the 179 Medical Group, he ensures members of
2/14
2018
Commander of the 179th Airlift Wing Maintenance Group, Ohio Air National Guard, Mansfield, Ohio. COLONEL KENNETH KMETZ

Colonel Kenneth Kmetz is the Commander of the 179th Airlift Wing Maintenance Group, Ohio Air National Guard, Mansfield, Ohio.  He is responsible for the generation of safe, reliable C-130H aircraft and expeditionary Airmen to execute the Wing’s global airlift and combat missions. Col. Kmetz enlisted in 1986 with the 179th Airlift Group, Civil
2/13
2018
Official biography portrait COLONEL DANIEL L TACK JR

Colonel Daniel L. Tack, Jr. is the 200th RED HORSE Squadron Commander.  The squadron provides a self-sufficient mobile engineer and heavy construction capability for combatant commanders and the Governor of Ohio. His responsibility is to organize, train, and equip a 410 person unit that is ready to deploy worldwide on short notice and operate in
2/13
2018
Official biography portrait for Lt. Col Joe Logan, 200th RED HORSE Squadron Detachment 1 Commander LIEUTENANT COLONEL JOSEPH F. LOGAN

Lieutenant Colonel Joseph F. Logan is the 200th RED HORSE Squadron Detachment 1 Commander effective July 2012. The 200th RED HORSE Squadron, Detachment 1, has 200 authorized members and 23 full time Air National Guard employees. The unit's primary
2/12
2018
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