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Chief Elliott official photo CHIEF MASTER SERGEANT PAUL M. ELLIOTT III

Chief Master Sergeant Paul M. Elliott III is the Command Chief Master Sergeant, 5th Bomb Wing, Minot AFB, North Dakota. He is responsible to the commander for the effective employment, professional development, good order and discipline of 3,620 personnel. As the wing’s senior enlisted, Chief Elliott is the primary advisor to the installation
7/06
2016
Col. Connor official photo COLONEL COLIN J. CONNOR

Col. Colin J. Connor is the Commander of the 91st Missile Wing atMinot Air Force Base, N.D. He leads more than 1,800 Air ForceAirmen and Civilians in support of the nation’s land-basedintercontinental ballistic missile force (ICBM). The wing operates,maintains, and secures 150 Minuteman III ICBMs, 15 missile alertfacilities, and 150 remote launch
7/05
2016
Col. Robertson COLONEL ANGENENE L. ROBERTSON

Colonel Angenene L. Robertson is commander of the 5th Mission Support Group at Minot AFB, N.D.  She is the senior leader and manager of support activities necessary to maintain the combat readiness of all units assigned to the base.  Units assigned to the 5th Mission Support Group include the 5th Civil Engineer Squadron, 5th Communications
6/14
2016
Col. Brooks official photo COLONEL MATTHEW R. BROOKS

Colonel Matthew R. Brooks is commander of the 5th Bomb Wing, Minot Air Force Base, N.D. He ensures the wing's combat readiness and is responsible for operations involving the wing's fleet of B-52 bombers to provide deterrence and long-range strike capability for combatant command operations worldwide. Additionally, his command provides logistics
6/03
2016
Chief Burks Official Photo CHIEF MASTER SERGEANT JOHN A. BURKS

Chief Master Sergeant John A. Burks serves as the Command Chief Master Sergeant for Air Force Global Strike Command's 91st Missile Wing, Minot AFB, North Dakota. As the senior enlisted leader, he represents more than 1,700 personnel assigned to operate, secure and maintain 150 Minuteman III ICBMs, spread across 8,500 square miles of Northwest North
4/18
2016
COLONEL STACY JO HUSER

Colonel Huser is the Commander, 91st Operations Group, Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota.  She commands a group of three missile squadrons and an operations support squadron, providing nuclear combat capability to the Commander, United States Strategic Command, in support of national objectives. She is responsible for the safe, secure, and
10/13
2015
LIEUTENANT COLONEL SCOTT R. TONKO

Lieutenant Colonel Scott R. Tonko is the Commander, 5th Medical Operations Squadron, Minot AFB, ND. As the Commander of 194 active duty and civilian medical personnel, he is responsible for the delivery of comprehensive healthcare to include family practice, flight/missile medicine, mental health, physical therapy, dental services, public health
8/25
2015
LIEUTENANT COLONEL SOO A. SOHN

Lt Col Soo A. Sohn is the Commander, 5th Medical Support Squadron,  5th Medical Group, Air Force Global Strike Command, Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota.  In this position, she directly supports an outpatient care facility with 318 employees providing 52,000 clinic visits and 13,900 referrals annually.  Lt Col Sohn secures and manages financial
8/25
2015
COLONEL EARL R. BENNETT JR.

Colonel Earl Bennett Jr. is the Commander, 91st Maintenance Group, Minot, ND and is responsible for maintaining and sustaining 150 Minuteman III ICBMs and launch facilities and 15 launch control facilities and leads a workforce of over 400 maintainers.Col Bennett is a 1991 graduate of Southern Illinois University - Carbondale.  Prior to assuming
8/10
2015
COL. THOMAS C. KIRKHAM

Colonel Thomas C. Kirkham is Commander, 5th Maintenance Group, 5th Bomb Wing, Minot AFB, North Dakota.  As Commander, he leads 1,700 group personnel tasked to provide aircraft and munitions maintenance support for a fleet of 28 B-52 aircraft and a munitions stockpile valued at over $6 billion.  Prior to his current assignment he was Chief, Air
7/30
2015
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