2009 Annual Report Georgia Department of Defense

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2009 Annual Report Georgia Department of Defense

2009 Annual Report

Georgia Department of Defense

Georgia Army National Guard - Georgia Air National Guard - Georgia State Defense Force


Maj. Gen. William T. Nesbitt

The Adjutant General

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Several significant milestones were reached in 2009

highlighting the history of the 363-year-old Georgia National

Guard and underscoring the readiness, professionalism and

capability of our Soldiers, Airmen and State Defense Force

volunteers.

A “red letter date” for the Georgia National Guard occurred

on September 26, 2009 when the General Lucius D.

Clay National Guard Center was officially dedicated in space

once held by Naval Air Station Atlanta. More than 100

acres and 100 buildings, hangars and facilities were transferred

to the Georgia National Guard as the result of a 2005

BRAC decision to close the 50-year-old Naval Air Station

Atlanta. The transfer of the facilities to the Georgia National

Guard was enthusiastically encouraged and supported by the

City of Marietta, the Cobb County community and the military.

By 2012, a new 220,000-square foot National Guard

Joint Forces Headquarters will be completed bringing 1,500

military, state and federal employees to the Cobb County

military facility.

An equally significant milestone for the year was the

yearlong deployment of Georgia’s 48th Infantry Brigade

Combat Team (IBCT) to Afghanistan in support of the

Global War on Terrorism. More than 3,000 citizen-soldiers

from communities across the state mobilized for the important

mission of training Afghan security and police forces.

This is the second recent deployment for the 48th Brigade,

which also deployed in 2005 to Iraq.

In all, more than 4,000 Georgia Army and Air National

Guardsmen deployed in support of both Operation Enduring

Freedom (Afghanistan) and Operation Iraqi Freedom (Iraq)

in 2009.

Aircraft of the 116th Air Control Wing from Robins

AFB continued their decade-long operations in south west

Asia, and Savannah’s 165th Airlift Wing returned from five

months of deployment flying supplies and personnel into

Iraq and Afghanistan.

Georgia’s all-volunteer Georgia State Defense Force continued

to serve Georgia communities in a variety of important

community missions. Most notably during the year, the

GSDF took a prominent role in helping local law enforcement

agencies in searches for missing persons.

Georgia’s Joint Force Headquarters is the state’s conduit

for National Guard resources and personnel to help

Georgians during times of statewide emergencies. Georgia’s

State Partnership Program with the nation of Georgia

continued to develop with more than 200 Georgia Guardsmen

training with their Georgian counterparts during 2009.

Georgia’s highly successful Youth Challenge Academy

reached its own milestone during the year by graduating

its 10,000th student. Georgia’s Counterdrug activities, in

conjunction with local law enforcement, have confiscated

more than $251.7 million in illegal narcotics from Georgia’s

streets.

The men and women of today’s Georgia Army and Air

National Guard and the Georgia State Defense Force continue

the proud heritage established by America’s Minutemen

200 years ago. Today, whether in the mountains of Afghanistan

or in the villages of Iraq, Georgia’s Citizen Soldiers are

engaged in helping to bring security to a difficult region of

the world. Here at home, Georgia’s National Guard is ready

to respond with trained personnel and equipment to help fellow

Georgians whenever emergencies threaten.

I hope you will enjoy this annual report of our activities

for the past year and recognize that the Georgia National

Guard is Georgia’s ready, reliable and relevant force: always

ready and always there.

Major General Terry Nesbitt

The Adjutant General


INTRODUCTION

We Are the Georgia National Guard

Soldier’s And Airman’s Creeds

GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

Army National Guard

Air National Guard

State Defense Force

HOMELAND SECURITY

Joint Task Force 781st CBRNE

4th Civil Support Team

Joint Forces Headquarters

Counterdrug Task Force

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HEADQUARTERS

Year In Review

Transfer of Facilities

New JFHQ Building

State Partnership Program

Youth Challenge

Starbase

LIST OF OFFICERS

Army National Guard Officers

Air National Guard Officers

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WE ARE THE GEORGIA NATIONAL GUARD

We are sons, fathers, brothers, mothers, sisters and daughters.

We are teachers, police officers, nurses, doctors and neighbors.

We cherish freedom and defend our state and nation from threats

both foreign and domestic.

We are the Soldiers and Airmen of the Georgia National Guard.

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SERVING THE COMMUNITY

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SOLDIER’S CREED

I am an American Soldier.

I am a Warrior and member of a team. I serve the

people of the United States and live the Army Values.

I will always place the mission first.

I will never accept defeat.

I will never quit.

I will never leave a fallen comrade.

I am disciplined, physically and mentally tough,

trained and proficient in my warrior tasks and drills.

I always maintain my arms, my equipment and myself.

I am an expert and I am a professional.

I stand ready to deploy, engage, and destroy the enemies

of the United States of America in close combat.

I am guardian of freedom and the American way of

life.

I am an American Soldier.

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AIRMAN’S CREED

I am an American Airman.

I am a warrior.

I have answered my nation’s call.

I am an American Airman.

My mission is to fly, fight, and win.

I am faithful to a proud heritage,

A tradition of honor,

And a legacy of valor.

I am an American Airman,

Guardian of freedom and justice,

My nation’s sword and shield,

Its sentry and avenger.

I defend my country with my life.

I am an American Airman:

Wingman, Leader, Warrior.

I will never leave an airman behind,

I will never falter.

And I will not fail.


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The Georgia Army National Guard consists

of more than 11,000 Citizen-Soldiers training

in more than 79 hometown armories and facilities

across the state. Georgia’s Army Guard

is the 10th largest in the nation and includes

combat, combat support and combat service

support units.

Five major commands comprise the Georgia

Army National Guard: the 48th Brigade

of Macon; 78th Troop Command of Decatur;

560th Battlefield Surveillance Brigade from

Ellenwood’s Fort Gillem; 648th Maneuver

Enhancement Brigade from Columbus; and

78th Aviation Troop Command from Marietta.

During 2009, Georgia’s 48th Brigade Combat

Team deployed to Afghanistan in support

of the Global War on Terrorism. About 2,400

Soldiers of the Macon-based 48th Brigade are

currently deployed overseas to train Afghan

security and police forces.

By the end of 2009, the Georgia Army

National Guard had deployed more than

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ARMY NATIONAL GUARD

Brig. Gen. Maria Britt

Army Guard Commander

3,290 Soldiers in support of Operation Iraqi

Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom.

Since Sept. 11, 2001, every deployable line

unit in the Georgia Army National Guard has

seen federal service in support of Overseas

Contingency Operations, often with multiple

rotations.

Serving with the 48th Infantry Brigade

Combat Team in Afghanistan are the 1st Battalion,

169th Aviation Company from Savannah’s

Hunter Army Airfield and the 810th

Engineer Company from Columbus. Company

H, 171st Aviation Regiment from Dobbins

ARB and the 248th Medical Company from

Marietta are currently deployed to Iraq.

Recruiting successes continued in 2009 as

the Georgia Army National Guard recruited

more than 2,000 new members. Georgia remains

among the top three states in the nation

for recruiting, which keeps Georgia in a position

of strength for increased federal funding,

future force structure and full-time manning.

Command Sgt. Maj. James Nelson

11,195 Army Guardsmen

3,290 Total deployed in 2009

79 Hometown armories


Soldiers from Augusta-based 877th Engineer Company use a

portable jackhammer to complete a “stitch cut” on a piece of

concrete that is blocking the entrance to a simulated casualty.

48th Infantry Brigade

With a current strength of almost 4,000

combat-ready troops, Macon’s 48th Brigade

is Georgia’s largest Army Guard brigade. A

newly transformed “Light” Brigade Combat

Team, the 48th last deployed to Iraq during

2005-2006 and is currently deployed to Afghanistan

through spring of 2010.

78th Troop Command

The 78th Troop Command is composed of

medical, transportation and maintenance units,

regional support commands, a Mobile Public

Affairs Detachment, an Army band and Geor-

gia’s Regional Training Institute. Since Sept.

11, 2001, every unit assigned to the 78th has

mobilized and deployed in support of Overseas

Contingency Operations, serving in Iraq,

Afghanistan and various military bases across

the United States.

560th Battlefield Surveillance Brigade

The 560th (BfSB) is the first battlefield surveillance

brigade in the Army National Guard.

Its mission is to conduct intelligence, surveillance

and reconnaissance operations which

enable division commanders to precisely focus

joint elements of combat power. The 560th includes

the 221st Military Intelligence Battalion

and the 3rd Squadron, 108th Calvary Reconnaissance

and Surveillance Squadron.

The 648th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade

The 648th MEB includes Georgia’s CERFP

unit (Chemical, Biological, Radiological,

Nuclear or High Yield Explosive Enhanced

Response Force Package). As the Georgia

National Guard’s “first responders,” the 648th

supports a full spectrum of homeland security

and emergency response operations to include

medical, chemical, engineer and ordinance

disposal capabilities.

Elberton’s 1-214th

Field Artillery

conduct a live fire

demonstration for

Fort Gordon’s Youth

Challenge .

3rd Squadron,

108th Calvary, the

Guard’s Long Range

Surveillance Unit,

trains for insertion

and extraction by

helicopter with the

Georgia State Patrol

SWAT team.

78th Aviation Troop Command

Units of the Georgia Army National Guard’s

1st Aviation Group fly rotary and fixed wing

aircraft from flight facilities at Dobbins Air

Reserve Base in Marietta, Hunter Army Airfield

in Savannah and the Winder Municipal Airport.

All three aviation units have deployed to

the Middle East. The 171st Aviation Battalion

(Dobbins ARB), flies UH-60 Black Hawks; Detachment

1, Company F, 131st Aviation (Savannah),

flies CH-47 Chinooks; and Company H,

171st Aviation Regiment (Dobbins ARB), flies

C-23 Sherpas.

In December, training facilities for the new

C-27J tactical airlift aircraft opened at Robins

AFB. The “schoolhouse” will be operated by

the Georgia Army National Guard, and instructors

will be Georgia Guardsmen.

48th IBCT Soldiers

conduct mounted

patrols during pre-

mobilization

training at Camp

Shelby, Miss.

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The ten units and 2,900 Airmen of the Georgia

Air National Guard located across Georgia

are integral parts of the Georgia National

Guard. The Georgia Air Guard deployed forces

and equipment throughout 2009 in support

of Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation Enduring

Freedom and Operation Noble Eagle, and

has participated in numerous exercises both at

home and abroad.

The Air Guard is part of Georgia’s Joint

Forces Headquarters and provides unique

skills, capabilities and resources for domestic

security and emergency response of the nation

and the state of Georgia.

The Georgia Air National Guard is involved

in missions ranging from airborne command

and control and battlefield surveillance provided

by 116th Air Control Wing at Warner

Robins, to the robust tactical airlift capability

of the 165th Airlift Wing in Savannah.

The Georgia Air National Guard’s 283rd

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THE AIR NATIONAL GUARD

Combat Communications Squadron at Dobbins

Air Reserve Base, 202nd Engineering

Installation Squadron in Macon, and 224th

Joint Communications Support Squadron

in Brunswick provide state-of-the-art communications

for military operations around

the world. The 117th Air Control Squadron

provides command and control of aircraft in

combat environments.

The 139th Intelligence Squadron in

Augusta, the Georgia Air Guard’s newest unit,

is responsible for the gathering and analysis

of intelligence used to conduct operations

around the world. Brunswick’s 165th Air

Support Operations Squadron (ASOS) provides

forward air controllers who deploy with

Army brigades to provide close air support

coordination for ground forces. Savannah’s

Combat Readiness Training Center provides

state-of- the-art training resources and facilities

for units to fine-tune their combat skills.

Maj. Gen. Scott A. Hammond

Air Guard Commander Command Chief Master Sgt. Betty Morgan

2,900 Air Guardsmen

900 Total deployed in 2009

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One of the nation’s busiest training centers,

the Savannah CRTC hosts more than

50 units each year from all military services.

The 530th Air Force Band performs a full

schedule of concerts, parades and special

events in communities across Georgia and

the region. Headquarters, Georgia Air

National Guard provides the command and

control element of the Georgia Air Guard.

Georgia Air Guardsmen have maintained

a constant deployment tempo during 2009

in support of Overseas Contingency Operations.

Georgia’s 116th Air Control Wing is the

only unit in the Air Force that flies the

sophisticated Joint Surveillance and Target

Attack Radar System mission. No other

aircraft or aircrews in the Air Force have

logged as many hours over Iraq and Afghanistan

as the 116th ACW. Additionally,

the 165th AW provided C-130s, air crew and

maintenance personnel for airlift support to

forward operating locations throughout Afghanistan.

The 224th JCSS, 202nd EIS and

165th ASOS have deployed Airmen around

the world to provide communications, com-

mand and control for supported units. The

139th IS supports the war fight through its

daily intelligence operations, and the 117th

ACS is preparing for its next deployment to

Southwest Asia.

Every unit of the Georgia Air National

Guard deployed Airmen and equipment

to the Middle East on multiple occasions

during 2009. This intense operations tempo

is not expected to decelerate in the years

ahead.

Senior Master Sgt. James

Swartz explains the E-8C

engine repair process to

Command Master Sgt.

Robert Torres. The E-8C

engine repair process

increases engine shop

throughput by 50 percent,

putting additional aircraft

on the ramp 22 days per

year.

A Georgia Air Guard E-8 Joint Surveillance and Target Attack Radar

System (JSTARS) lands at Nellis Air Force Base, starting the crew’s

participation in a multi-national training exercise.

Airmen of the 165th Airlift Wing perform a high-altitude airdrop

mission supporting coalition forces and civilian Afghans in a remote

village in northern Afghanistan.

U.S. Air Force Capt.

Roger M. Brooks IV, from

Marietta, extends a hand

of support to an Afghan

border police officer of

the 6th Kandak, 201st

Corps.

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PARATI SERVIRE

GEORGIA STATE DEFENSE FORCE

The Georgia State Defense Force is Georgia’s

all-volunteer professional uniformed

force authorized under the Official Code

of Georgia, Title 38, to serve communities

alongside the Georgia Army and Air National

Guard.

Prior service veterans comprise 40 percent

of the force. State Defense Force members

act as a force multiplier to the Georgia DOD,

capable of immediate response when called

upon and assisting with everything from

search and rescue missions, to disaster relief

efforts, to helping reunite returning Guardsmen

home from deployment with their

families.

During 2009, GSDF units more than lived

up to the organization’s motto of “Parati Servire”

- Ready to Serve.

Overall, the SDF performed 30 community

support missions and a similar number of missions

in support of the Georgia Guard. SDF

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members dedicated more than 3,800 man days

in support of these missions and utilized more

than 11,000 training hours. Among the public

service activities the GSDF participated in

during the past year were: Atlanta’s Greek

Festival; statewide Memorial Day and Veteran’s

Day parades and events; Youth Challenge

Academy; traffic control and safety at UGA

football games; Hurricane exercises; search

and rescue operations as called upon by local

law enforcement agencies; and numerous support

missions for the Georgia National Guard.

As more Georgia National Guardsmen are

committed to fighting the Global War on Terrorism,

increasing and complex demands fall

to the GSDF.

The strong working relationship the GSDF

has with the Georgia Department of Defense

allows it to remain relevant and ready to serve

the State and its citizens, now and long into

the future.

Brig. Gen. Jerry Bradford

GSDF Commander Command Sgt. Maj. Randy Garrett

First Brigade

Fifth Brigade

637 GSDF Volunteers

30 Missions in 2009

11,000 Training hours


State Defense Force Soldiers conduct a search and rescue mission looking for a lost child.

Georgia State Defense

Force Soldiers provide

a valuable service to

the state.

Officers of the

Georgia State

Defense Force plan

for a search and

rescue mission in

north Georgia.

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HOMELAND SECURITY

PARATI SERVIRE


JOINT TASKFORCE 781st CBRNE

The Chemical, Biological, Radiological/Nuclear, and Explosive Enhanced Response Force

Package (CERFP) is composed of four elements staffed by 300 personnel from previously

established National Guard units. The elements are: search and extraction, decontamination,

medical, and command and control. The CERFP command and control team directs the overall

activities of the CERFP and coordinates with the state Joint Task Force and the Incident

Commander.

The CERFP search and extraction element mission is assigned to an Army National Guard

Engineering Battalion, the decontamination element mission is assigned to an Army National

Guard Chemical Battalion and the medical element mission is assigned to an Air National

Guard Medical Group. The security duties are performed by the state National Guard Quick

Response Force.

The initial establishment of CERFPs placed at least one in each FEMA Region. The Georgia

National Guard has one of the 12 validated CERFPs in the country. An additional five

CERFPs have been authorized and funded by Congress, to include full-time manning and

equipment.

When an incident occurs within a team’s response area, they are alerted through their

State Headquarters and mobilized on State Active Duty. If the incident is located within their

state, they proceed to the incident if directed to do so by their JFHQ. If the incident is located

outside of their state, their State Headquarters coordinate with the receiving state under the

terms agreed to in the Emergency Mutual Aid Compact.

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Soldiers from Augustabased

877th Engineer

Company use a portable

jackhammer to complete

a “stitch cut” on a piece

of concrete that is blocking

the entrance to a

“trapped casualty.”

Joint Task Force

members extract

a victim from

a simulated

disaster during

the unit’s annual

training.

Quick Notes:

•Capabilities:

- Combating WMDs

- Countering CBRNE threats

- Defeating all types of improvised explosive

devices

•Specialties:

- Working with Army and other government

agencies’ WMD/CBRNE analytic staff and

operational forces

- Providing trained and ready expeditionary

CBRNE force packages capable of executing

a range of WMD missions

- Connecting communications from the field

with subject matter experts at headquarters,

national level

Airmen from the

781st JTF supply

communications for

the unit while other

elements of the unit

conduct search and

rescue efforts for the

victims of a simulated

disaster.


4th CIVIL SUPPORT TEAM

The Weapons of Mass Destruction Civil Support Team (WMD CST) supports civil authorities

at a domestic CBRNE incident site with identification and assessment of hazards. It

also advises civil authorities and facilitates the arrival of follow-on military forces during

emergencies and incidents of WMD terrorism, intentional or unintentional release of CBRN

materials, and natural or man-made disasters that result in, or could result in, catastrophic loss

of life or property. The WMD CST complements and enhances, but does not duplicate, state

CBRNE response capabilities.

The Adjutant General either employs the WMD CST to support the state response under the

direction of the governor or to aid another state’s response under a supported governor.

The WMD CST is comprised of 22 full-time Army and Air National Guard personnel. The

structure of the unit is divided into six sections: command, operations, communications, administration/logistics,

medical/analytical and survey.

Each WMD CST deploys, within 3 hours of notification, to an incident site using its organic

assigned vehicles, which include a command vehicle, operations trailer, a communications

platform called the Unified Command Suite (which provides a broad spectrum of secure communications

capabilities), an Analytical Laboratory System vehicle (containing a full suite of

analysis equipment to support the characterization of the hazard) and several general-purpose

vehicles. The WMD CST can also be moved by air, rail, commercial truck or ship.

The 4th CST

provides a suite of

high-technology

chemical and

radiological

detectors to asses

incident sites in

order to advise

civil authorities on

proper response

measures.

Quick Notes:

• Capabilities:

- Identifying hazardous agents and sub

stances

- Assessing current and projected conse

quences

- Advising on response measures

- Assisting with requests for additional mili

tary support

• Specialties:

- Unique expertise for responding to

CBRNE incidents as part of a state’s emer

gency response

Specialized training

and equipment

allow the 4th CST

to supplement local

and state emergency

responders

during a CBRNE

incident. Here

these capabilites

are demostrated in

a joint excersise.

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JOINT FORCES HEADQUARTERS

The Joint Force Headquarters (JFHQ) is

comprised of the Joint Staff and various headquarters

support sections. Whereas the Georgia

Army and Air Guard primarily focus on providing

forces for overseas military operations, the

JFHQ primarily assists with Homeland Security

and provides the state with Defense Support to

Civil Authority (DSCA).

Under the JFHQ umbrella, the Georgia

Department of Defense (GaDOD) maintains

liaison with the Georgia Office of Homeland

Security (GOHS) and the Georgia Emergency

Management Agency (GEMA), along with key

emergency and law enforcement officials across

the state.

Joint Staff

The Joint Staff provides a community-based

response force that offers ready, rapid support

in defense of the homeland. It seeks to build

the strength of the GaDOD through internal

and external partnerships. The Joint Staff also

enhances mission performance and strengthens

the care provided to GaDOD members and their

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families by leveraging community presence,

employer support and family care programs. Its

auxiliary mission is to transform the GaDOD to

meet future and present federal and state response

capabilities.

Joint Operations Center

Georgia’s Joint Operations Center (JOC),

located at Dobbins ARB, serves as GaDOD’s

principal response and communications center

for homeland security, homeland defense and

Defense Support to Civil Authority. On a daily

basis, the JOC manages time-sensitive requests

for information coming from The Adjutant

General, the National Guard Bureau and other

government agencies. It also assembles and

disseminates timely, relevant intelligence and

information throughout the Georgia Department

of Defense.

Other Missions

The JFHQ also plans and performs a variety

of nontraditional missions which capitalize on

the unique capabilities and assets of the Georgia

Operations and Tasks:

- Defense Support to Civil Authority (DSCA)

- 24/7 Joint Operations Center

- Readiness exercises and hurricane drills

- State Partnership Program

- Counterdrug Task Force

Army and Air National Guard and the State Defense

Force. These programs include the Critical

Infrastructure Protection Mission Assurance

Assessment Program and the Counterdrug Task

Force.

Critical Infrastructure Protection

Mission Assurance Assessment Program

Working alongside the GOHS and GEMA,

the Critical Infrastructure Protection team

provides assistance, advice and solutions for

securing key facilities, and helps to identify and

coordinate resources that might be needed in

the event of a natural or man-made emergency.

The Critical Infrastructure Protection – Mission

Assurance Assessment (CIP-MAA) program focuses

on increasing protection of critical assets

within the state of Georgia. This team is made

up of National Guard Soldiers who have extensive

knowledge and training in offensive and

assault operations, physical security, structural

design, infrastructure interdependencies, cyber

security and emergency management.


The Georgia National Guard’s Counterdrug

Task Force is a powerful component

in helping to remove illegal drugs and

narcotics from Georgia communities.

The Counterdrug Task Force is a force

multiplier, with more than 60 highly

trained Georgia Guardsmen assisting

state and local law enforcement agencies

in carrying out the war on drugs in Georgia.

In 2009, the Counterdrug Task Force

supported more than 450 missions, which

resulted in seizures of illegal narcotics

with a street value of more than $251.7

million.

A second, equally important, component

of the Counterdrug Task Force is the

Drug Demand and Reduction program,

which provides educational programs to

schools and civic organizations on drug

awareness and prevention. During 2009,

this drug awareness program was present-

COUNTERDRUG TASK FORCE

Narcotics valued at over $251 million have been seized through efforts

of the Counterdrug Task Force.

ed to a total of more than 73,700 students. The Army National Guard OH-58 Kiowa helicopter is one of

A well-coordinated operation between Counterdrug Task Force members

and local law enforcement officials resulted in a major marijuana

Coordination with civil

authorities enhances

counterdrug efforts to

stop narcotic trafficking.

the many sophisticated resources available to local law enforcement

agencies combat drug production and distribution.

Sophisticated aerial

imaging facilitates the

prevention of illegal

narcotic production.

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HEADQUARTERS


JANUARY 2009

Soldiers of the 278th Military

Police Company returned

from Iraq Dec. 25, 2008. After

spending four days with loved

ones, they returned to Fort

Gordon for demobilization

training.

JANUARY 2009

The sound of applause

was the first

thing more than 75

students from Cobb

County schools heard

as they entered the

Wal-Mart store on

the East-West Connector.

The students

were all kindergarten

through fifth grade

children, and the trip

to Wal-Mart meant a

bright and merry new

year, thanks to several

Georgia Guardsmen.

FEBRUARY 2009

Guardsmen and their

families were invited to

witness this historic All-

Guard matchup of Army

Guard VS Air Guard, and

to remain for an exciting

Hawks game with halftime

activities that recognized

each unit scheduled for

deployment in 2009.

FEBRUARY 2009

A Georgia native joined the ranks

of many firsts this last year, when

Joseph M. Wells was selected as

the first African-American general

officer in the history of the Georgia

National Guard.

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GEORGIA GUARD YEAR IN REVIEW

MARCH 2009

Major Gen. Scott Hammond,

Georgia Air National Guard

Commander, participated

in a joint close air support

mission with joint operational

elements of the Georgia Army

and Air National Guard.

The 48th IBCT Warfighters

demonstrated capabilities

at a live-fire exercise at Fort

Polk, La.

APRIL 2009

Soldiers of the 48th

IBCT deployed to

Afghanistan as part of

Combined Joint Task

Force Phoenix with

the mission to mentor

the Afghanistan Army

and National Police.

APRIL 2009

Major. Gen. Terry Nesbitt,

Georgia’s Adjutant General,

made an aerial assessment of

flooding along the Flint River

between Albany and Bainbridge

in South Georgia.

MAY 2009

The 171st Aviation

invited employers to

“Operation Boss Lift”

to show them what

Guardsmen do when

not working in their

civilian capacity.

JUNE 2009

Following a yearlong

Afghanistan deployment,

members

of the ETT team

were reunited with

their families.

MAY 2009

Soldiers of Newnan’s 2nd Battalion,

121st Infantry simulated

insurgent scenarios during premobilization

training at Camp

Shelby, Miss.

JUNE 2009

The Marietta-based 248th

Medical Company deployed

to Afghanistan.


JULY 2009

Cadet Diah C.

Nelson of College

Park moved

into the Georgia

Guard’s YCA history

books as the

6,000th graduate.

JULY 2009

Twenty-six members of

Savannah’s 165th Security

Forces Squadron deployed

to Saudi Arabia.

AUGUST 2009

The Georgia Army

National Guard’s most

senior enlisted position

changed hands as James

Nelson Jr. succeeded

Neil Russell as the Army

Command Sergeant

Major.

AUGUST 2009

A C-130H of Savannah’s

165th Airlift Wing arrived

at Savannah International

Airport, bringing to a close

a five-month deployment to

Afghanistan.

SEPTEMBER 2009

For their work, the men

and women of the 165th

Airlift Wing Fire Department

were awarded the

Air National Guard Fire

Chiefs Association Fire

Department of the Year

Award.

SEPTEMBER 2009

Georgia Guard Launches

new website at

www.gadod.net.

OCTOBER 2009

Ground breaking of new Joint Forces

Headquarters building on Gen. Lucius

D. Clay National Guard Center.

OCTOBER 2009

Naval Air Station Atlanta transferred to

the Georgia National Guard and was renamed

the Gen. Lucius D. Clay National

Guard Center.

NOVEMBER 2009

Guardsmen from Brunswick’s

165th Air Support

Operations Squadron

(ASOS) deployed to

Afghanistan.

NOVEMBER 2009

Soldiers from Atlanta’s 3rd

Squadron, 108th Cavalry,

marched from the Toccoa

National Guard Armory to

Atlanta to re-enact the ‘Band

of Brothers’ march.

DECEMBER 2009

Georgia Guard received The C-27J

Joint Cargo Aircraft Schoolhouse.

DECEMBER 2009

Marietta’s 124th Mobile Public Affairs

Detachment supported an annual joint

exercise involving the Japan Ground

Self-Defense Force and U.S. Army

personnel.

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In a ceremony marking the beginning of a

new era in Cobb County’s long and storied

relationship with the military, the Georgia Department

of Defense took official ownership

of Naval Air Station Atlanta Sept. 26, 2009.

More than 600 local, state and federal officials

– to include U.S. Rep. Phil Gingrey,

members of the Georgia Army and Air National

Guard, Navy Rear Adm. Tim Alexander,

and other Navy and Marine uniformed

and civilian personnel —attended.

“Through an ending there’s also a beginning,”

said Maj. Gen. Terry Nesbitt, Georgia’s

Adjutant General, during the ceremony in

what used to be the air station’s Hangar No.

1. “The end of one voyage can mean a new

expedition to undertake.

“We’re truly fortunate to take this facility

with us the Georgia DOD ‘navigates the

future,’” he added.

What has been the home of Naval and Ma-

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TRANSFER OF FACILITIES

rine aviation in Cobb County since 1943, now

becomes a full-time National Guard post. The

casing of the Navy colors, the posting of the

Georgia Department of Defense flag and the

formal transfer of property to Nesbitt by Navy

Capt. Charles L. Mingonet, Jr., NAS-Atlanta

commander, marked the end of the Navy and

Marine Corps’ presence.

For many, the day marks a bittersweet moment.

Mingonet said, “It’s sweet because we

stand at the end of more than six decades of

proud, professional service to this community,

this state and to the nation by the Sailors,

Marines and civilian personnel.

“The bitterness comes in the fact that we

now must end that service here, leave behind

the friends we’ve made here during that time

and continue our service elsewhere,” he said.

If a person’s wealth is measured by their

friends, Mingonet added, “I am a very, very

wealthy man.”

Relatives of the

late Gen. Lucius

D. Clay pose with

an architect’s

rendering of the

Joint Forces

Headquarters

future home.

The old Naval Air Station sign was replaced with one that reflects the

new name of the base shortly after the ceremony ended.

Maj. Gen. Terry

Nesbitt speaks

during the transfer

of facilities.

U.S. Navy sailors

stand at parade

rest during

the transfer of

facilities.


With this change of ownership comes a

new name. A sign proclaiming the installation

as the “Gen Lucius D. Clay National

Guard Center” has gone up over the base’s

George McMillan Street entrance, just off

Atlanta Road.

Clay, an Air Force officer and Cobb County

native, is best known for his heroic planning

and organizational skills while serving

as Germany’s military governor after World

War II. He is also remembered for what is

considered a defining moment in the Cold

War, by ordering the Berlin Airlift that carried

food and fuel for nearly a year past the

Soviet blockade and into West Berlin.

Members of Clay’s family, among them

former State Sen. Chuck Clay, the late general’s

grandson, were present for the ceremony.

About General Clay, Nesbitt said, “His is

the legacy of a great man, a true patriot. And

by choosing to name this facility for him

we continue that legacy and truly honor his

memory.”

While this was the disestablishment of

NAS- Atlanta, Georgia DoD, Army and Air

Guardsmen have had a presence here since

Nov. 2007, with the move of the Office of

the Adjutant General – and the Army and

Air command staffs – from offices at the

South Atlanta state complex on Confederate

Avenue, and from Ellenwood’s Oglethorpe

Armory.

The transfer of facilities is part of the 2005

Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) program.

While most closures are “painful” for

the communities around those bases affected

by BRAC, the closing of NAS-Atlanta was

considered, in its own way, a good thing.

“The Georgia National Guard already had

been studying how to consolidate our headquarters

in a North Atlanta location,” Nesbitt

said. “Now, as we complete the transition in

the next few months, the number of fulltime

Guardsmen and civilian personnel will

continue to increase, and a new headquarters

building will be built.”

A UH-60 Blackhawk

helicopter flies by

while visitors for the

transfer of facilities

look on during the

ceremony.

The Commander

of Naval Air

Station Atlanta

cases the Navy

colors symbolizing

the transfer

of facilities to

the Georgia National

Guard.

Maj. Gen. Terry Nesbitt and Command Sgt. Maj. James Nelson uncase

the state’s colors to complete the transfer of facilities ceremony.

Maj. Gen. Terry Nesbitt

is “piped aboard” Naval

Air Station Atlanta

as the ceremony starts.

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NEW JOINT FORCES HEADQUARTERS

A $29 million Joint Forces Headquarters building will serve as the

Georgia Guard’s new headquarters campus situated on more than 100

acres of land, which was part of the historical exchange of property from

NAS-Atlanta.

The ground breaking ceremony for the new headquarters building occurred

shortly after Maj. Gen. Terry Nesbitt, Georgia’s Adjutant General,

officially unfurled the National Guard flag over the newly named General

Lucius D. Clay National Guard Center on September 26, 2009.

“This is an exciting moment for the Georgia National Guard, as we

take the first steps in the realization of a dream,” said Nesbitt. The new

headquarters will be a one-of-a-kind military headquarters using state-ofthe-art

construction techniques and high-tech features.

Nesbitt noted that the construction will total more than 220,500 square

feet, stretching more than 565 feet along the southwest corner of the

base. The three-story structure will incorporate a 7,228 square foot assembly

area and more than 9,500 square feet of IT support space. Another

unique feature of the building will be the more than 3,000 square

feet of acoustically designed rehearsal space for the 116th Band. A full

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BUILDING

kitchen, capable of serving three meals a day for 500 Soldiers, is also

planned.

“We are particularly excited by the building’s LEED certification by the

U.S. Green Building Council,” says Maj. Flint Tyler, program manager.

LEED is the nationally accepted benchmark for the design, construction

and operation of high performance green buildings. LEED gives building

owners and operators the tools they need to have an immediate and

measurable impact on their buildings’ performance. The LEED certification

promotes a whole-building approach to sustainability by recognizing

performance in five key areas of human and environmental health:

sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials

selection and indoor environmental quality.

The building contractor is New South Construction Company of Atlanta,

and the building designer is the Facilities Group. Funding for the

building is a combination of state and federal funds, as part of the 2009

military construction budget, with approximately 10 percent matching

state funds. The building is expected to be completed in Jan. 2012.

Architect’s rendering

of the Joint Forces

Headquarters that is to

be built on Gen. Lucius

D. Clay National Guard

Center.


STATE PARTNERSHIP

The Georgia to Georgia State Partnership Program focuses on four themes:

development of Georgia’s emergency management preparation and response; the

transformation the Georgian military with emphasis on coalition interoperability

and NATO integration; transformation of the Georgian Army Aviation operations,

maintenance and logistics; and the growth of sustainable agricultural industries in

the country.

On the heels of a short but significant conflict between the countries of Georgia

and Russia in 2008, there was a need to stop and reassess goals and efforts to ensure

that the program met the needs of both partners.

During this time, several planned personnel changes occurred, not the least of

which was the replacement of the U.S. Ambassador to Georgia, the Georgia National

Guard’s Bilateral Affairs Officer and the State Partnership Program Director.

In 2009, the partnership focused on helping Georgians identify and find their own

solutions to the challenges they face today. The future of the partnership will be

based on continuing to build relationships, friends, allies and partners.

A Georgian

Soldier learns the

basics of CPR

during the a combat

life-saving

course conducted

by the Georgia

National Guard.

Maj. Gen Terry Nesbitt,

Georgia’s Adjutant

General, meets with a

Georgian Army official.

Quick Notes:

• The Georgia National Guard has had a State Partnership

with the nation of Georgia since 1995

• The Partnership focuses are:

- Developing emergency management preparation

and response

- Transforming of Georgian Military and Aviation

operations

- Growing indigenous agricultural industries

- Identifying and finding Georgian solutions to nation’s

challenges

Military exchanges

educate soldiers

from both countries

on weapons and

tactics.

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YOUTH CHALLENGE ACADEMY

High school dropout rates in Georgia are among the highest in the nation.

To help address this staggering statistic, the Georgia National Guard

operates the Youth Challenge Academy to give Georgia teens a second

chance to succeed by providing academic and life-style training, leading

to a GED or high school diploma. Georgia was among the original states

that piloted this voluntary program. Today, the National Guard-sponsored

YCA programs are located in 29 states.

Georgia operates two YCA campuses, the original campus located at

Fort Stewart and a second campus located at Fort Gordon, near Augusta.

To date, more than 10,000 formerly “at risk” youth have graduated from

YCA, making Georgia’s program one of the most successful in the nation.

The 22-week training at Fort Stewart and Fort Gordon campuses is

divided into three phases: pre-challenge, residential and post-residential

phase.

Residential life at the YCA campus is modeled after that of recruits

going through Army basic training. Military structure creates a strictly

enforced, disciplined environment. In addition to learning military customs

and courtesies, each cadet platoon is trained in traditional drill and

ceremony and military leadership, transforming a group of individuals

into a cohesive team. As training progresses, cadets focus on improving

28 The Georgia National Guard

A Soldier from the

214th Field Artillery

explains how being in

the guard has made

him a better citizen.

physical fitness, learning first aid and CPR, survival techniques, climbing

and repelling.

Academic training for the YCA cadet begins with GED preparation

classes. Cadets work individually through a self-paced program which

allows on-campus teachers to provide one-on-one instruction to students

needing extra help. Those who qualify may enroll in college-level courses

offered by a local college or technical institute. All college courses are

transferable.

Life skills focus on subjects that prepare cadets for meeting their adult

obligations. Each cadet receives instruction in community service and

citizenship, finances, health and hygiene, family planning and stress management.

Cadets also take advantage of work skills that help them gain

and maintain meaningful employment after they complete YCA. Cadets

receive instruction on writing resumes, completing job applications and

participating in the interview process. They also have opportunities to

“shadow” professionals in their fields of interest.

Quick Notes:

• Two-week pre-challenge phase

• 20-week residential challenge phase

• 12-month post-residential-phase.

• Over 70% of YCA graduates are former high school dropouts

• 17% have joined the military

• Each YCA graduate who earns a GED is presented a $500 HOPE

Scholarship voucher


STARBASE serves students and

teachers by providing exciting hands-on

learning experiences and combining personal

development with team-building

and enrichment in science, math and

technology. The vision is to teach students

the strategies needed to achieve

their dreams and become responsible

members of society.

STARBASE, a program for youth ages

six through 18, aims at improving math

and science skills. The program starts at

the elementary school level in order to

attract and prepare students at an early

age for careers in engineering and other

science-related fields of study.

The program principally exposes atrisk

children and their teachers to realworld

applications of math and science,

through experiential learning, simulations

and experiments in aviation and

STARBASE

space-related fields. The program also

addresses drug use prevention, health,

self-esteem and life skills within a math-

and science-based program.

Support systems and extended-care

networks are provided for students as

the program tracks their improvement in

the curriculum areas. Parents are encouraged

to become positively involved in

their children’s learning process.

Schools with a high proportion of economically

and educationally disadvantaged

students apply and are selected by

state and local selection committees.

From 2002-2008 only students from

Cobb County and Marietta City Schools

were served; but in 2009, STARBASE

began serving Atlanta Public Schools

and Home Schools Groups.

A Student learns

the basics of

flight while attending

classes

at Dobbins Air

Reserve base.

Students at Dobbins Air Reserve Base build liquidpropelled

bottle rockets during a STARBASE camp

in 2009.

Quick Notes:

• In 2009, Peach State STARBASE served over 800 5th

graders.

• June 29 – July 2, Lockheed Martin Mach I Camp was held

for 4th-6th grade students of the parents who work at

Lockheed.

• July 6 – July 9, Lockheed Martin Mach II Camp was held.

The age group was 6th – 9th grade.

• July 13 – July 16, STARBASE held the first Dobbins

Camp for students whose parents are affiliated with the Air

Force Reserves.

Children try

their aviation

skills at the

Dobbins Air

Reserve Base

STARBASE.

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OFFICERS


MG NESBITT WILLIAM TERRY

MG ROSS LAWRENCE HENRY

BG BRITT MARIA LOUISA

BG BRITT TIMOTHY BROOKS

BG DUDNEY LAWRENCE ELLIOTT JR

BG WELLS JOE MICHAEL

COL ANTONIOU PAUL ERNEST

COL AUSTIN KIRK OLEN

COL BARR RICHARD CHALMERS JR

COL BEACH BARRY KINSMAN

COL BEARD DON BERNARD

COL BETTERTON VICTORIA A

COL BISHOP MICHAEL PATRICK

COL BLACKSTOCK THOMAS H JR

COL BRACEWELL BRENT EUGENE

COL BROWN DENNIS TED

COL CARDEN THOMAS MCCOY JR

COL CARTER RANDAL S

COL CHICK CLIFFORD BRUCE

COL DENT WILLIAM A

COL DURHAM LEE KENNETH

COL FRACKER ARTHUR KINGSBURY

COL GOBER GUY DAVID

COL GORSKE WILTON S

COL HARDY WILLIAM GLENN

COL HOFFMAN JOSEPH PAUL

COL ILER RICHARD LEE

COL JOYCE STEPHEN EDWARD

COL KING JOHN FRANKLIN

COL KNOWLTON KEITH E

COL LEE DAVID STEVEN

COL LEE KENNETH D

COL MCCORKLE HARRY STEPHEN

COL MCGALLIARD CRAIG MICHAEL

COL OWINGS JOHN MAJOR

COL RADCLIFFE WOODROW SWAN

COL ROBERTS KENNETH CRAWFORD

COL ROMINE HARVE TIMOTHY

COL RUDIO JOHN PIERRE

COL SCHOLES MICHAEL LEE

COL SPITLER REX ALAN

COL STANLEY ROWELL AIKEN JR

COL VANAMBURGH PETER CHARLES

COL VAUGHN KENNETH REED

COL WARREN CHARLOTTE JANE

COL WILLIAMS BILL III

LTC ABBOTT ANTHONY

32 The Georgia National Guard

2009 ARMY GUARD OFFICERS

LTC ALBERICI MARK RICHARD

LTC ALEXANDER ALAN BLANE

LTC ALLEN JEFFREY DARNELL

LTC ASHER APRIL JAMES

LTC ATKINSON VERNON CASTLE II

LTC BAILEY JONNIE LEE

LTC BALLEW STEVEN ALAN

LTC BEDGOOD RAYMOND BRADLEY

LTC BELLE NORMAN PETER

LTC BERKMAN KEVIN CHRISTOPHER

LTC BLOODWORTH RUSSELL N JR

LTC BOAZMAN DARRELL JEROME

LTC BOSSERT RAYMOND DEMPSEY JR

LTC BRIGHT THOMAS JOHN

LTC BROOKS CRAIG STEVEN

LTC BROOKSHIRE ANGELA DAWN S

LTC BURGESS MARSHA LYNN

LTC CARTER PERRY ALLEN

LTC COLLINS EDWIN THOMAS

LTC COOK REGINALD LANE

LTC CURRYDAVIS GERALDINE

LTC DANIELS KEVIN TREMELLE

LTC DAVIS GARY CLIFTON

LTC DAVIS JOHN EDWIN

LTC DAVIS JOHN MARK

LTC DEATON BARRY ADAMS

LTC DICKERSON JEFFREY CURTIS

LTC DURDEN RAQUEL MARIE

LTC EDGE JEFFERY RONALD

LTC ELAM MARK GORDON

LTC FARRELL JEFFREY ALLEN

LTC FIELDS GERALD EMORY

LTC FISHER GEORGE LEONARD

LTC FORDHAM MICHAEL BRANTLEY

LTC FOUNTAIN JEFFERY PAUL

LTC FULMER JAMES MITCHELL JR

LTC GAILEY RICHARD DOUGLAS

LTC GASTON ROBERT BROCK

LTC GENTRY JOHN THORNTON JR

LTC GORDON ROBERT EDWIN

LTC GOSS LAWRENCE III

LTC GROTH JUDITH BRAUTIGAM

LTC HALE JOSEPH RENNER

LTC HALL ANTHONY LEE

LTC HALL REX EDMUND

LTC HANLEY THOMAS WILLIAM

LTC HARBIN GRETCHEN ENID

LTC HARRISON CYRO DERAND

LTC HEAD TIMOTHY ALAN

LTC HEGGEN VICKI LEE

LTC HENDRICKS EDWIN PATTON JR

LTC HENDRIX CHERYL ANN

LTC HESTER JOSEPH C JR

LTC HILLEY WILLIS BENSON JR

LTC HULSEY MICHAEL OLIN

LTC JONES ANDREAS

LTC KISTLER STEVEN PAUL

LTC KUHN LANITA RENEE

LTC LABANZ ROBERT LEWIS

LTC LEAMING GARY MICHAEL

LTC LEWIS CHARLES WILLIAM

LTC LONDON MARK A

LTC MCDANIEL DONALD KEITH

LTC MEADOR DIANA STEELE

LTC NEAL REGINALD G A

LTC NORRIS ERIC W

LTC OLIVE JEFFREY ANDREW

LTC OLUTOSIN LUTALO OLATUNDE

LTC PAYNE LOUIE K JR

LTC PIERLUISI GUILLERMO JOAQUIN

LTC POWERS ROBERT L

LTC PRICE SPENCER TRAVIS

LTC SARTAIN BENJAMIN EUGENE

LTC SAXON WILLIAM MARVIN

LTC SILVER DAVID L

LTC SIMMONS RANDALL VIRGIL JR

LTC SMITH MATTHEW DALTON

LTC SMITH PAUL ARMAND

LTC SNOWDEN DANE ALLEN

LTC SOLESBEE GARY WAYNE

LTC SORACCO JEFF DOUGLAS

LTC STACEY MICHAEL ALLEN

LTC STEINBRECHER WALLACE EDWARD

LTC SUTTER ANTHONY KEITH

LTC TAIT CATHERINE MAE

LTC TATUM JOHN HENRY

LTC THELEN TAWNA BETH

LTC THURMAN GARY DEAN

LTC TILL JOHN MARK

LTC TOPLIN FREDERICK LENOIR

LTC TOWNSEND DANIEL LEE

LTC VOSO CHRISTOPHER

LTC WALCZYK DANIEL JAMES

LTC WALTERS GLEN HAMILTON

LTC WHITE CARL LEE

LTC WILLIAMS HAYWARD JUNIOR

LTC WILSON RICHARD DWAYNE

LTC WOOD JOSEPH CLIFTON

LTC WOOD ROY WILLIAM

MAJ AASGAARD CHRISTOPHER BLAKE

MAJ ADAMS JONATHAN LANG

MAJ ALDERMAN JOHN HAZEL IV

MAJ ALLEN DAVID SCOTT

MAJ ANDERSEN ERIK

MAJ ANDERSON SCOTT EDWARD

MAJ ASHMON TORRANCE BERNARD

MAJ AUSTIN JACQUELYN CHEEK

MAJ BAILEY WILLIAM EDMUND

MAJ BAKER JASON SCOTT

MAJ BARRON TERRY LEE

MAJ BELSCAMPER MARC EUGENE

MAJ BENNETT CHARLES BUCHANAN

MAJ BERRY REED LAURENCE

MAJ BISCHOFF BRIAN SCOTT

MAJ BLANCHARD LELAND DEWEY II

MAJ BOAN JIMMY WAYNE

MAJ BOREK BRIAN FREDERICK

MAJ BOTWINIK PHILIP JAY

MAJ BOYD PHILIP REINER

MAJ BOYER JOHN D

MAJ BROOKSHIRE BOBBY JULIUS

MAJ BROWN DAVID ALLEN

MAJ BROWN DREW CHARLES

MAJ BROWN ELTON GERRI

MAJ BROWN GREGORY BERNARD

MAJ BROWN KELLY COPPIN

MAJ BROWN MARK WILLIAM

MAJ BROWN STEPHEN LEON

MAJ BROWN WILLIAM AUGUSTUS JR

MAJ BUCK CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL

MAJ BUEK BRADLEY MAX

MAJ CARLYLE WILLIAM J

MAJ CARTER HARRY EUGENE

MAJ CARTER RODNEY JAMES

MAJ CASEY DAVID EDWARD

MAJ CHAPMAN LUIS ALBERTO

MAJ CHRISTINE BOBBY LEE

MAJ CHURCH JOHN GARY

MAJ CLEMENTS JAMES COTTRELL

MAJ COATES JIMMY LEE JR

MAJ COLLIE JAMES DAVID


MAJ COLLINS MICHAEL EDWARD

MAJ CORLEY CHRISTOPHER MARK

MAJ CURRY MICHAEL ALAN

MAJ DAIGLE JEFFERY MICHAEL

MAJ DAVIS BLAIR LAMONT

MAJ DAVIS ROBERT CLINTON

MAJ DENT PERRY NELSON JR

MAJ DILLARD ROGER MARION

MAJ DILLON SHAWN BERNARD

MAJ DOCAMPO EDUARDO

MAJ DOCKERY CHRISTOPHER DOYAL

MAJ DUNN JACOB W

MAJ DUPLECHIEN ANTHONY EDWIN

MAJ EHLERS WILLIAM CRAWFORD

MAJ ELLINGTON JASON ALLEN

MAJ ELLIS BRIAN WALTER

MAJ EMERSON JOSHUA P

MAJ EUBANKS DOMINIC VYUS

MAJ EVANS ANSON BERTRAM

MAJ EVANS ROBERT TROY

MAJ FAIRFAX JOSEPH PATRICK II

MAJ FAUNT RAYMOND JOHN JR

MAJ FERNANDEZ JOSE JORGE

MAJ FOURNIER ANTHONY DONALD

MAJ FREEMAN WILLIAM PARK

MAJ FRYMAN JASON WESTON

MAJ GANN CURTIS RAY

MAJ GOLDWIRE GLYN CORNELL

MAJ GORE JONATHAN GARRETT

MAJ GRANADOS EDUARDO C

MAJ GRANT RONALD ALLEN

MAJ GRAY NATHAN MCMILLEN

MAJ GREEN DARRELL DUANE

MAJ GROTH JOHN HOWARD

MAJ HAM ISRAEL SIU

MAJ HAMM KEVIN TURNER

MAJ HAYNES THOMAS STEPHEN

MAJ HENDERSON DAVID JOHN

MAJ HENDRICKS MARVIN JR

MAJ HENSON JOSEPH BRENT

MAJ HIMA MICHAEL DENNIS

MAJ HOBBS JOSIE JOHNSON

MAJ HOLDER FRANK EDWARD

MAJ HOLLAND DAVID FORREST

MAJ HOVIS SCOTT MARION

MAJ HOWARD JUDY E

MAJ HOWARD MATTHEW LLEWELYN

MAJ HUNTER BOB DAVID

MAJ HUTCHINSON JOHN RAREDON III

MAJ HUTNICK KENNETH PETER

MAJ JACKELS GREGORY SCOTT

MAJ JACKSON KATHRYN ANN

MAJ JONES DANIEL GASTAV

MAJ JONES GREGORY TERRANCE

MAJ KELLY ROSA

MAJ KEMPER CHRISTOPHER JAMES

MAJ KIRBY JAMISON ROBERT

MAJ LASSETTER BRIAN WAYNE

MAJ LASTER EDWIN ALDEN

MAJ LAUER DAVID GERARD

MAJ LAZENBY ROBERT SHANE

MAJ LEE ROBERT ANGELO

MAJ LESNIESKI THOMAS JOHN

MAJ LEVESQUE ARDELIA

MAJ LIPETZKY KARL AL

MAJ LIPPER MICHAEL FLOYD

MAJ LOWE JOHN GERARD

MAJ LYNCH JOSEPH ARTHUR

MAJ MACIVER SCOTT MICHAEL

MAJ MADDOX MICHAEL BENJAMIN

MAJ MANN TREVOR JOHN

MAJ MAROTTA JAMES MATTHEW

MAJ MARSHALL KRIS JOHNSON

MAJ MASSEYMURRAY KEIDA LATRICE

MAJ MCAULEY BRADLEY WARREN

MAJ MCCOMMON GEORGE WILLIAM

MAJ MCDONALD ANDREW BRUCE

MAJ MCDOWELL THOMAS ANTHONY

MAJ MCLEMORE VOLKWIN

MAJ MCNAIR JAMES L III

MAJ MEEKS THOMAS C

MAJ MILLER JOHNMARK

MAJ MILLER KENNETH JAMES

MAJ MILLS CARL VAN JR

MAJ MINOR GRANT ADAM

MAJ MITCHELL BRYAN STEVEN

MAJ MORGAN JAN

MAJ NEWSOME MICHAEL CHARLES

MAJ NORMAN KIMBERLY ANN

MAJ PAUGH JEFFREY ALAN

MAJ PERKINS TODD ANDREW

MAJ PERRY JERRY OTIS

MAJ POOLE ANTHONY BRIAN

MAJ POULOS ROBERT ALLEN

MAJ REESE ROSALYN KATRINA

MAJ RICH MARSHALL S

MAJ RICHARD DAVID GEORGE

MAJ RITSICK JEFFREY ANDREW

MAJ ROBERTSON ROSEMARY

MAJ ROTHE KIRT WILLIAM

MAJ RUSH JAMES WILLIAM

MAJ SANDERS KEVIN CHRISTOPHER

MAJ SAXTON MATTHEW JAMES

MAJ SCHMUTZLER PAUL R

MAJ SCHNEIDER JEFFREY MARK

MAJ SCOTT THEODORE R III

MAJ SHELTON ROBERT MILTON

MAJ SHUMAN JAMES ERNEST

MAJ SIMMONS BARRY BENNETT

MAJ SMITH ADAM KEITH

MAJ SMITH ALICE HAMPTON

MAJ SMITH DARRIN LAMAR

MAJ SMITH KATHLEEN KELLY

MAJ SNEED TIFFANY M

MAJ SOCRATES WILLIAM ANDREW

MAJ SONG RICHARD HYUN SOO

MAJ STEVENS DAVID LAVON

MAJ STRAIN JOHN WESLEY II

MAJ STRICKLAND SHANE PATRICK

MAJ STURGES GEORGE CARL

MAJ SUMMERS MICHAEL WAYMON

MAJ THOMPSON GLENN HOWARD

MAJ THOMPSON MARK H

MAJ TONEY DARLREEN BAKER

MAJ TROGDON GEORGE CURTIS JR

MAJ TURNER JON KEITH

MAJ TYLER FLINT HART

MAJ UDELL IVAN ROSS

MAJ UTLAUT ROBERT TROY

MAJ VANEMBURGH JAMES THOMAS

MAJ VINSONBRITMAN ANITA YVONNE

MAJ WATSON RAY PATRICK

MAJ WAY MATTHEW DEFOREST

MAJ WINCEK GERALD STEVEN

MAJ WORDEN GREGORY PAUL

MAJ WORKMAN SHAWN KEITH

CPT ABRAM JIMMIE C

CPT AINSLIE WENDELL MERRITT

CPT ALEXANDER JAMES H JR

CPT ALLEN AUSTIN DAY

CPT ALLEN ERIC MICHAEL

CPT ANTOINE NINIASHAKA KYRIE

CPT ARP WILLIAM GEORGE

CPT ASHER JAMES DIAL III

CPT ASKEW BROOKS HEMPHILL

CPT AVERA JOHN HAROLD

CPT BALDWIN BRIDGET LYNN

CPT BANISTER ANDREW WESLEY

CPT BANISTER TOMIANNE BROWN

CPT BARGALLO RAMON

CPT BARROQUEIRO FRANCISCO J

CPT BEACH ANDREW WARD

CPT BEALL SHANNON ROSS

CPT BEAULIEU JUSTIN LEE

CPT BEEBE BRENDA LEA

CPT BELL MICHAEL

CPT BENNETT THOMAS RONALD JR

CPT BODA STEPHEN DAVID

CPT BOLLINGER PAUL DAVID

CPT BOURNE BETH ELLEN

CPT BRANDENBERGER KYLE JASON

CPT BREWER MATTHEW WILLIAM

CPT BROACH WILLIAM RANDOLPH

CPT BROWN ISRAEL NATHANIEL

CPT BROWN PERVIS LAVELL

CPT BROWN ROBERT WILLIAM II

CPT BRYANT BENJAMIN EDWARD

CPT BRYANT MICHAEL FERRANTE

CPT BRYON BRET JOSEPH

CPT BUNKER CHRISTOPHER

CPT BURRIS GERALD DAVID

CPT BURTON MICHAEL

CPT BYERS CLINT ELLIOTT

CPT CABANISS WILLIAM HENRY

CPT CANTRELL PHILLIP NATHAN

CPT CAPLE TERENCE LOVELL

CPT CARDINALI BRIAN SCOTT

CPT CARR CARRON

CPT CARTER CHARLES A JR

CPT CHAU BILLY

CPT CHAVERS BRYAN CEDRIC

CPT CHICOLA DANIEL MATHEW

CPT CHILDERS JAMES NATHAN

CPT CHILDERS JAMES RAY

CPT CLAY JAMES HAROLD III

CPT COLES OTIS III

CPT CORSETTI KAREN A

CPT CORTAZZO BRADLEY JOHN

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