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Chief Master Sgt. Ronald C. Anderson, the 12th command chief master sergeant for the Air National Guard, addresses the audience during his welcome ceremony June 2, 2016, at Joint Base Andrews, Md. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. John E. Hillier/Released) ANG welcomes new command chief
The director of the Air National Guard welcomed the ANG's twelfth command chief master sergeant during a ceremony here June 2.Chief Master Sgt. Ronald C. Anderson stepped into his new role as the Guard's top enlisted leader, taking over from Chief Master Sgt. James W. Hotaling, who retired in May."The words escape me to express the gratitude I
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Chief Master Sgt. James W. Hotaling, the 11th command chief master sergeant of the ANG delivers remarks during his retirement ceremony May 20, 2016, at Joint Base Andrews, Md. Hotaling retired after serving a combined 28 years in the Air Force, Air Force reserve, Air National Guard, and U.S. Coast Guard. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Marvin R. Preston/Released) ANG command chief retires after 28 years of service
The command chief master sergeant of the Air National Guard retired from the Air Force during a May 20 ceremony held at the ANG Readiness Center on Joint Base Andrews, Maryland.Chief Master Sgt. James W. Hotaling, the 11th command chief master sergeant of the ANG, retired from the Air Force after 28 years of service in the Air National Guard, Air
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Command Chief Master Sergeant of the Air National Guard James W. Hotaling spent time talking with 147th Reconnaissance Wing enlisted members at Ellington Field JRB in Houston, January 30, 2016. Hotaling talked about commitment to the profession of arms, health of the force, recognizing our accomplishments and finished the enlisted all call by answering questions from the airmen. 147th Reconnaissance Wing hosts ANG Command Chief
 In one of the final visits of his career, the Air National Guard command chief spent January 30-31 with members of the 147th Reconnaissance Wing at Ellington Field.Chief Master Sgt. James W. Hotaling made it a priority during his visit to speak with wing's junior enlisted Airmen during an enlisted all call.Airmen were given the opportunity to
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Chief Master Sgt. William Horay, Senior Enlisted Leadership Management Office manager, Nov. 30, 2015, Air National Guard Readiness Center, Joint Base Andrews, Md. Horay is the first active duty chief master sergeant assigned to the ANG command chief’s office. Horay will provide functional oversight, coordinate senior enlisted leader education opportunities and process nominations to key command positions. . (Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Marvin Preston/released) New SELMO team to continue momentum of enlisted force development
The Air National Guard's Senior Enlisted Leadership Management Office recently added two new team members to further advance the SELMO mission by continuing the deliberate development of senior enlisted leaders.Chief Master Sgt. William Horay and Senior Master Sgt. Mikael Sundin, each from a different component within the Air Force, are teaming up
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U.S. Air Force Chief Master Sgt. James W. Hotaling, command chief master sergeant of the Air National Guard presents a coin to Airman Basic Skylar Orr, Nov. 8, 2015 in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Hotaling gave a special message to Orr, who is a recent basic training graduate with honors and a cyber operator assigned to the 153rd Command and Control Squadron, Wyoming Air National Guard. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. John Galvin/released) Air National Guard command chief visits 153rd Airlift Wing members, focuses on effective communication
The command chief master sergeant of the Air National Guard visited Airmen at the Wyoming Air National Guard base here Nov. 8 to discuss issues affecting the enlisted force.The first order of business for Chief Master Sgt. James W. Hotaling, ANG command chief master sergeant, was to hold two consecutive enlisted calls at F.E. Warren Air Force Base.
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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Command Chief Master Sergeant of the Air National Guard James W. Hotaling listens as Master Sgt. Steven Rowe, 114th Maintenance Group armament systems specialist, gives him instructions on the “Chief’s Challenge” he participated in at the 114th Fighter Wing Nov. 6, 2015.  Hotaling completed an MJ-1 Jammer driving challenge maneuvering the vehicle around cones and obstacles with a bucket full of water to gauge his accuracy. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Master Sgt. Nancy Ausland/Released) ANG Command Chief visits 114th Fighter Wing
The Command Chief Master Sergeant of the Air National Guard relayed current key ANG aim points to the 114th Fighter Wing during his visit to Joe Foss Field here, Nov. 6-7.Chief Master Sgt. James W. Hotaling, the 11th Command Chief Master Sergeant of the ANG, conducted town hall style meetings to get a pulse on specific issues within the unit. He
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Chief Master Sgt. James W. Hotaling, command chief master sergeant of the Air National Guard, speaks at the Air National Guard’s Enlisted Leadership Symposium, at Camp Dawson, W. Va., Aug 18, 2015. ELS is designed for enlisted Airmen of all ranks to receive professional development that can be used to better enhance Airmen’s careers. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. David Eichaker/released) Leadership course provides Airmen pathways to success
Calling the experience "very eye opening," Airman 1st Class Madison Harrison came away from the recent three-day Enlisted Leadership Symposium at Camp Dawson, West Virginia with a greater understanding and appreciation of the total Air Force."Seeing how the Air Force works as a whole is going to help me in my career," she said. "This is the kind of
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Lieutenant Gen. Stanley E. Clarke III, director of the ANG (left) and Chief Master Sgt. James W. Hotaling, command chief master sergeant of the ANG (far right), stand with the ANG outstanding Airmen of the Year during an All Call event Joint Base Andrews Md., Aug 6, 2015. The OAY winners are (left to right) Master Sgt. Sally J. Ford, Outstanding First Sergeant of the Year, Master Sergeant Maria Victoria R. Quitugua, Outstanding Senior NCO of the Year, Staff Sgt. Douglas P. Kechijian, Outstanding Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year and Senior Airman Jonathan R. Smail, Outstanding Airman of the Year. (Air National Guard photo by Master Sergeant Marvin. R. Preston, Released) Outstanding Airmen of the Year honored during ANG's Focus on the Force Week
The Air National Guard Outstanding Airmen of the Year were recognized for their accomplishments as part of Focus on the Force Week during an all call ceremony held at the Air National Guard Readiness Center here, Aug. 6.Focus on the Force Week is a series of events designed to gather senior enlisted leadership and highlight the importance of
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Director of the Air National Guard Lt. Gen. Stanley E. Clarke III delivers his opening remarks at the 2015 Air National Guard Executive Safety Summit at Volk Field Combat Readiness Training Center, Wisconsin, May 5, 2015. The conference covers a wide range of topics for ANG senior leaders including safety, resilience, risk management and mishap prevention. (US Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. John E. Hillier/RELEASED) 2015 Executive Safety Summit, Day 1

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Chief Master Sgt. James W. Hotaling, the command chief master sergeant of the Air National Guard, addresses senior enlisted leaders during the annual Command Chief’s Huddle at Volk Field Combat Readiness Training Center, Wis., March 28, 2015. The Command Chief’s Huddle brings together more than 150 Command Chief Master Sergeants and other senior enlisted leaders from 89 ANG wings and units, representing 54 states, territories and the District of Columbia, to openly discuss a wide range of issues and challenges facing the ANG. Attendees will also gain a better understanding of national issues relating to the ANG mission and share that knowledge with the 91,000 enlisted Air Guardsmen they represent. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Marvin R. Preston/Released) ANG Command Chief's Huddle motivates and inspires senior enlisted leaders
Air National Guard Command Chief Master Sergeants and other senior enlisted leaders met to discuss issues and challenges facing the ANG during the annual Command Chief's Huddle March 28-29 here.Chief Master Sgt. James W. Hotaling, command chief of the Air National Guard, hosted the two-day meeting and remarked on the growing significance of the ANG
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