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  • Johnny Hernandez

    Master Sgt. (Ret.) Johnny Hernandez joined the Air Force as a tactical aircraft maintenance specialist in January 1981. As a maintainer, Hernandez worked on the A-10 Thunderbolt II, the Lockheed U-2 TR-1A, the C-130 Hercules, and the Cessna 337 Skymaster. His biggest challenge began in 1986 when a tumor was discovered in his left ear. It was
  • Jenean Hampton

    Capt. (Sep.) Jenean Hampton commissioned in the Air Force in 1985, serving as a computer systems officer. During her seven years of service, Hampton was stationed at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, and Altus AFB, Oklahoma. Hampton deployed to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in support of Operation Desert Storm where she was responsible for critical radar
  • Henry Clay Gillam, Jr.

    Senior Master Sgt. (Ret). Henry Clay Gillam, Jr. of Allendale, South Carolina, enlisted in the Air Force in 1968.  He served eight years on active duty as a hospital administrator before transitioning to the Air National Guard where he served until he retired in 1990. During his time in the service, he was stationed at England Air Force Base,
  • Terry William Cook

    Chief Master Sgt. (Ret.) Terry William Cook enlisted in the Air Force in 1972 and retired in 2002. After basic training he trained as a weapons mechanic and worked on the F-4, B-52, F-15, and A-10 aircraft. In 1984 he became a first sergeant and in 1997 he was selected to be the 20th Air Force’s command chief. Maintaining a tie to the military he
  • Craig Bergman

    Chief Master Sgt. (Ret.) Craig Bergman joined the Air Force in 1970, and after a short break in service from active duty, Bergman joined the Air Force Reserve as part the 302nd Special Operations Squadron at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona. It was there he discovered helicopters – he was hooked. As a career helicopter maintainer, Bergman’s passion for
  • James Barr

    Col. (Ret.) James Barr joined the Air Force in October 1983 and retired in January 2009. He was a pilot of the C-141, C-17 and Air Force 2, whose passengers included Vice President Al Gore and Secretary of State Warren Christopher. Over his career, Barr logged 4,750 flying hours as a command pilot. Barr deployed with a 31-aircraft formation to