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Lieutenant Gen. Stanley E. Clarke III, director of the Air National Guard (left) and Chief Master Sgt. James W. Hotaling, the command chief master sergeant of the ANG (far right), stand with the ANG Outstanding Airmen of the Year during an All Call event at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland August 7, 2014. The OAY winners are (left to right) Senior Airman Christian Goldsmith, Airman of the Year, Tech. Sgt. Doug Matthews, Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year, Master Sgt. Joseph G. Ashwood, Senior Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year, Master Sgt. Linda Schwartzlow, First Sergeant of the Year, Master Sgt. David Coker, Honor Guard Program Manager of the Year, and Tech. Sgt. Amy Ough, Honor Guard Member of the Year. (Air National Guard photo by Master. Sgt. Marvin R. Preston/Released) Top ANG Airmen honored during 'Focus on the Force' week
The six Air National Guard 2014 Outstanding Airmen of the Year shared their inspiring field experiences and enthusiasm with senior leadership at the Air National Guard Readiness Center here during the "Focus on the Force" week Aug. 4-7.Each year, the Air National Guard seeks to recognize the Airmen who best embody the Air Force core values of
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Command Chief Master Sergeant of the Air National Guard, James W. Hotaling responds to a question from the Air National Guard's 2014 Outstanding Airmen of the Year during the Enlisted Field Advisory Council meeting at the Air National Guard Readiness Center on Joint Base Andrews, Md., Aug. 5, 2014, as part of Focus on the Force week. The OAY Airmen bring the perspective of the 91,000 enlisted Airmen across the ANG to address challenges facing the enlisted force. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman John E. Hillier/Released) EFAC holds quarterly meeting during 'Focus on the Force' week
During the Air National Guard's "Focus on the Force" week, Aug. 4-7, the Enlisted Field Advisory Council assembled a quarterly meeting at the Air National Guard Readiness Center here and gave the six 2014 ANG Outstanding Airmen of the Year an opportunity to share their thoughts and opinions.The mission of the EFAC, per Air National Guard
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Tech. Sgt. Douglas Matthews, a combat controller assigned to the 125th Special Tactics Squadron, Oregon Air National Guard, listens to a briefing by Chief Master Sgt. James W. Hotaling, the command chief of the ANG, as he addresses the Chief's Executive Course at Joint Base Andrews, Md. Aug. 4, 2014. Matthews was recently awarded the Silver Star, the nation's third-highest award for valor, is the ANG Outstanding Non Commissioned Officer of the Year. The CEC provides recently promoted Chief Master Sergeants with a broad view of total force operations at a strategic level. (Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Marvin R. Preston/Released) Focus on the Force Week: Day 1
The Air National Guard's Focus on the Force Week is underway at the Air National Guard Readiness Center here Aug. 4-7.The week is a four-day schedule of events with a focus on Air National Guard enlisted force growth and development through collaboration of leadership and subject matter experts including the ANG's six Outstanding Airmen of the
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U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Michael Moore, 270th Air Traffic Control Squadron, is coined by Chief Master Sgt. James W. Hotaling, the Air National Guard Command Chief, during Hotaling's visit to Kingsley Field, Klamath Falls, Ore. July 15, 2014. Hotaling spent the day meeting and speaking with the Airmen of the 173rd FW and 270th Air Traffic Control Squadron. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Jennifer Shirar/Released) ANG Command Chief meets with Kingsley Field Airmen
The Command Chief of the Air National Guard visited the Kingsley Field Airmen here July 15.Chief Master Sgt. James Hotaling hosted numerous sessions with Airmen from the 173rd Fighter Wing and 270th Air Traffic Control Squadron ranging from junior enlisted, company grade officers, to Airmen support personnel such as the director of psychological
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U.S. Air National Guard Command Chief Master Sgt. James W. Hotaling speaks with 144th Fighter Wing’s junior enlisted Airmen during an all call held at the Fresno Air National Guard Base, Calif., July 13, 2014. Airmen were given the opportunity to interact with Chief Hotaling and ask him any questions they had about the Air Force and the Air National Guard.  (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Airman 1st Class Klynne Pearl Serrano/Released) 144th Fighter Wing hosts ANG Command Chief

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Air National Guard Command Chief James W. Hotaling speaks to members of the 129th Rescue Wing during a visit to Moffet Federal Airfield, Calif., July 12, 2014. Hotaling spoke to Airmen about the past, present and future of the ANG. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Rachael Kane/Released) ANG Command Chief visits 129th Rescue Wing

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Air National Guard Command Chief Master Sgt. James W. Hotaling speaks with a joint terminal attack controller from the 22nd Special Tactics Squadron during a visit to the 188th Fighter Wing's Detachment 1 Razorback Range April 5, 2014. Hotaling, a former combat controller, met with JTACs to understand the unique training opportunities available at Razorback Range. The 188th’s pilots regularly train with Special Forces JTACs from the U.S. Army Rangers, Air Force Special Operations and Naval Special Warfare teams. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman John Hillier/released) ANG command chief pays 188th Fighter Wing visit
The 188th Fighter Wing here received a visit from the Air National Guard's top enlisted Airman April 5.ANG Command Chief Master Sgt. James W. Hotaling made a stop at the 188th FW and met with 188th Command Chief Master Sgt. Stephen Bradley and Arkansas Air National Guard Command Chief Master Sgt. Asa Carter before addressing the 188th's enlisted
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Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James A. Cody speaks with Airmen at the 174th Attack Wing, Hancock Field on Sep. 7, 2013. Cody visited Hancock Field to meet with Airmen, get the pulse of the enlisted force and answer any questions. (Photo by New York Air National Guard Tech. Sgt. Justin A. Huett) Air Force's top enlisted leader visits Hancock Field
Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James A. Cody and Mrs. Athena Cody traveled to Hancock Field Air National Guard Base Sept. 6 to 8 to visit Airmen and see the various missions of the 174th Attack Wing.Cody is the highest enlisted level of leadership in the U.S. Air Force, and as such, provides direction to over 250,000 enlisted personnel and
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Master Sgt. Olympia D. Williamson, 136th Airlift Wing, Texas ANG, responds to a question from Air National Guard senior enlisted leaders during an Enlisted Field Advisory Council meeting at the Crystal City Conference Center, Arlington, Va., August 14, 2013. The EFAC gathers senior enlisted leaders to recognize, and discuss the ideas and concerns of the enlisted force. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Matthew D. Hilborn/RELEASED) Air National Guard 'Focus on the Force' week
With an eye on tackling the biggest issues confronting the more than 105,000 Guard-Airmen force, the Command Chief Master Sgt. of the Air National Guard held the first "Focus on the Force" week at the Air National Guard Readiness Center here Aug. 12-15.Chief Master Sgt. James W. Hotaling invited the Enlisted Field Advisory Council to the National
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Chief Master Sgt. of the Air National Guard James W. Hotaling addresses the Combat Operations Group of the Oregon Air National Guard during a town hall event at Camp Rilea, Ore., June 20, 2013. Hotaling, a former member of the Oregon Air Guard, took questions about changes and policies that effect citizen Airmen during his visit. (Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. John Hughel, 142nd Fighter Wing Public Affairs) Oregon Combat Operations Group conducts joint training on Oregon's coast
Nearly 250 members of the Oregon Air National Guard' s Combat Operations Group (COG) mobilized here, June 19-22 for a five-day training opportunity, which focused on constructing unit camaraderie. It is the first time the unit's Airmen have trained together en-masse.Speaking before the group on the first day of training, Col. Michael Bieniewicz,
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