ANG Command Chief meets with Arizona Airmen

TUCSON, Ariz. – Chief Master Sgt. Chris Muncy, Air National Guard Command Chief Master Sergeant, talks with a group of Airmen during a visit to Tucson and the 162nd Fighter Wing, March 6. Chief Muncy represents the highest level of enlisted leadership for the ANG. He is responsible for the interest regarding welfare, readiness, morale, proper utilization and progress concerning the enlisted personnel of the ANG. “Most of the public doesn’t know who you are as a Guardsmen or what you do in the Air National Guard. Don’t be afraid to let them know what it is that you do and why it matters,” said the chief. “I let the general public and the guys back in DC know about the uniqueness of you as enlisted Guardsmen. I hear what it is that you have to say. I’ll put it on a plane today and take it back east with me.” (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Hollie Hansen)

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