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CHIEF MASTER SERGEANT CHRISTOPHER E. MUNCY

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Chief Master Sergeant Christopher E. Muncy is the tenth Command Chief Master Sergeant to the Director of the Air National Guard, National Guard Bureau, Washington, DC. He represents the highest level of enlisted leadership for the Air National Guard. Chief Muncy is responsible for the interest regarding welfare, readiness, morale, proper utilization and progress concerning the enlisted personnel of the Air National Guard. Chief Muncy is from Dayton, Ohio. He entered the U.S. Air Force in October 1977 and later the Ohio Air National Guard in 1979 with the 269th Combat Communications Squadron at Springfield. He moved to the 178th Communications Flight in 1995; in December 1995 he was the first COMSEC Manager for the 4400th Ops Squadron Taszar AB, Hungary for Operation Joint Endeavor. In 1997 he moved to the 251st Combat Comm Group as Chief of Current Operations. On 6 Oct 2001, Chief Muncy assumed the duties of Chief, US Air Forces in Europe (USAFE) Theater Aerospace Operations Support Center - A6 Current Ops, Ramstein Air Base, Germany for Operation Enduring Freedom. In February 2003, he became the Chief, USAFE Liaison team to USCENTAF/C6 Combined Air Operations Center, Prince Sultan AB, Saudi Arabia for Operation Iraqi Freedom. In August 2004, Chief Muncy became the Ohio State Command Chief. His duties have taken him around the nation and to Iraq, Qatar, Kuwait, and other nations. He worked in close coordination with Ohio's state Partnership nations of Serbia and Hungary. Chief Muncy was the Chairman of the Air National Guard's Enlisted Field Advisory Council (EFAC) and taught the Air National Guard's Chief's Executive Course, as well as Satellite NCO Academy and Airmen Leadership School. He assumed his current position in May 2009.

EDUCATION:
1981 NCO Prep Course, correspondence
1982 USAF Supervisors Course, correspondence
1985 USAF NCO Academy, correspondence
1987 USAF SNCO Academy, correspondence 1993 USAF NCO Academy, McGhee-Tyson ANGB, Tennessee
-Distinguished Graduate/Commandant's Award winner
1994 Associates Degree in Electronic Systems Technology, CCAF, Maxwell AFB, Alabama
1995 Advanced Network Operations Course, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio - AFCA 1997 USAF Senior NCO Academy, Maxwell AFB, Alabama
- Distinguished Graduate
1997 Associates Degree in Information Systems Technology, CCAF, Maxwell AFB, Alabama
2004 USAF Chiefs Leadership Course, test class, Maxwell AFB, Alabama
2006 KEYSTONE, National Defense University, Ft. Myers, Virginia
2007 USAF Senior Leaders Course, Center for Creative Leadership, Greensboro, NC
2008 Bachelors Degree, UMT, Arlington, Virginia
2008 USAF Enterprise Management Seminar, Univ. North Carolina-Chapel Hill

ASSIGNMENTS:
1. 1977, Delayed Enlistment
2. 1978, Basic Training, Lackland AFB, Texas
3. 1978, Telecommunications Operations Course, Shepperd AFB, Texas
4. 1978-1979, 2048th Communications Squadron, Carswell AFB, Texas
5. 1979-1995, 269th Combat Communications Squadron, Springfield, Ohio
6. 1995-1997, 178th Communications Flight, Springfield, Ohio
7. 1995-1996, 4400th Operations Squadron, Taszar AB, Hungary
8. 1997-2004, 251st Combat Communications Group, Springfield, Ohio
9. 2001-2002, U.S. Air Forces in Europe, Ramstein AB, Germany
10. 2003, USCENTAF/A6, Prince Sultan AB, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
11. 2004-2009, Joint Force Headquarters, Ohio National Guard, Columbus, Ohio
12. 2009-present, National Guard Bureau, Washington, D.C.

MAJOR AWARDS AND DECORATIONS:
Meritorious Service Medal with 3 oak leaf clusters
Joint Service Commendation Medal
Air Force Commendation Medal with 1 oak leaf cluster
Army Commendation Medal
Air Force Achievement Medal
Army Achievement Medal
Joint Meritorious Unit Award
Meritorious Unit Award
Air Force Outstanding Unit Award with "V" and 4 oak leaf clusters
Combat Readiness Medal with 1 oak leaf cluster
Armed Forces Reserve Medal with Silver Hourglass, "M", and "4" Device

EFFECTIVE DATES OF PROMOTION:
Airman, 1 August 1978
Airman First Class, 1 February 1979
Senior Airman, 1 August 1979
Sergeant, 1 August 1980
Staff Sergeant, 1 September1980
Technical Sergeant, 1 October 1982
Master Sergeant, 1 July 1987
Senior Master Sergeant, 1 June 1997
Chief Master Sergeant, 3 November 2000




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