AFJROTC : 

THE LEADERS BEHIND THE  MISSION:

The Carroll County AFJROTC endeavor is carried out by two instructors committed to the success of each and every Cadet that joins the program

LIEUTENANT COLONEL MICHAEL E. Washington

Lieutenant Colonel Washington serves as the Senior Aerospace Science Instructor (SASI) at Central High School, Carrollton, Georgia.  Prior to joining the Carroll County AFJROTC Unit GA-20062, he served as the SASI at Rome High School, Rome, Georgia from 2012-2016.  There he was responsible for teaching Aviation History, Science of Flight, Exploring Space, and Physical Training.  Colonel Washington led over 130 Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFJROTC) Cadets in a progressive leadership program that included extracurricular activities such as Academic Bowl Team, CyberPatriot Team, Drill Teams, Color Guards, and the Kitty Hawk Air Society. 

 

During his last assignment while on Active Duty, Lieutenant Colonel Washington served as Commander,

56th Logistics Readiness Squadron, Luke Air Force Base, Arizona.  He provided logistics support to the 56 FW,

944 FW, 11 tenant units, and Gila Bend Auxiliary Field.  He managed 38 facilities, $291M of supplies and equipment, 50M gallons of POL, and a 770-vehicle fleet valued at over $30M.   He directed wing contingency planning and deployments, supply chain management, vehicle operations and maintenance, and fuels management.  He managed war reserve materiel and support agreements.  He was responsible for 412 personnel and executed a $1.4M annual budget.

 

Colonel Washington enlisted in the Air Force in 1982 and served as an Avionics Navigations Systems Specialist.  In 1987 he graduated from St. Leo University in Miami, Florida with honors, and graduated Officer Training School in November 1989.  Upon commissioning, Colonel Washington completed Operations Management Officer technical training at Keesler AFB as honor graduate.  He was then assigned to McGuire AFB, New Jersey, where he served as a Combat Plans Officer and Operations Group Executive Officer.  During this tour, he managed the wing OPSEC program which was recognized as Best in the Air Force in 1992.  

 

In May 1993, Colonel Washington was assigned to the Air Force Institute of Technology at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio.  He graduated in September 1994 with a Master of Science in Logistics Management and Business Administration, and was inducted into the Sigma Iota Epsilon fraternity for academic excellence.

 

In October 1994, Colonel Washington was assigned to Moody AFB, Georgia where he served as the Logistics Plans and Programs Flight Commander in the 347th Logistics Support Squadron.  In September 1996, Colonel Washington was competitively selected to cross-flow into the aircraft maintenance officer career field.  He served as the 347th Munitions Flight Commander and later as the Maintenance Supervisor of the 347th Component Repair Squadron. 

 

In 1998, Colonel Washington was assigned to Kadena Air Base, Japan, as the Logistics Plans and Programs Flight Commander in the 18th Logistics Support Squadron and Installation Deployment/Reception Officer.  During this tour, he deployed to Prince Sultan Air Base, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia where he supported over 1,800 combat sorties during Operation SOUTHERN WATCH. 

 

In July 2001, Colonel Washington was assigned to Headquarters Air Combat Command, where he served as Chief, Air Expeditionary Forces Force Plans and Generation Branch and later was selected to attend the Air Command and Staff College where he was recognized by his peers as an Outstanding Team Member and he graduated as a Top Performer.  Following graduation, he joined the ACSC faculty where he served as Director of the Agile Combat Support Specialized Studies course and as Director of Staff for the Leadership, Command, and Communications Department.  He provided leadership to over 25 field grade officers charged with developing curriculum and faculty members to educate nearly 600 mid-career officers and civilians from across the Department of Defense and over 65 nations.  

 

EDUCATION:

1987       Bachelor of Arts in Human Resources Administration, St. Leo University, Miami, FL

1990       Operations Management Officer’s Course, Keesler AFB MS

1991        Contingency Wartime Planning Course, Maxwell AFB AL

1994       Master of Science in Logistics Management, Air Force Institute of Technology, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH

1995       Logistics Plans and Programs Officer’s Course, Lackland AFB, TX

1996       Squadron Officer School, Maxwell Air Force Base, AL

1997       Aircraft Maintenance Officer’s Bridge Course, Sheppard AFB TX

1999       Combat Logistics (LOG 299), Hickam AFB HI

2001       Advanced Logistics Officer’s Course, Lackland AFB TX

2002       Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB, AL (correspondence) 

2004      Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB, AL (in residence)

 

ASSIGNMENTS:

 

1.    February 1982 – March 1982, trainee, Basic Military Training, Lackland Air Force Base, TX (Honor Graduate)

 

2.    March 1982 – September 1982, student, Avionics Navigation Systems Specialist Technical School, Keesler Air Force Base, MS

 

3.    September 1982 – February 1986, Avionics Navigation Systems Specialist, 31st Component Repair Squadron, Homestead Air Force         Base, FL

 

4.    August 1989 – November 1989, officer trainee, Officer Training School, Medina Annex, Lackland Air Force Base, TX

 

5.    November 1989 – February 1990, student, Operations Management Officer Technical School, Keesler Air Force Base, MS (Honor             Graduate)

 

6.    March 1990 – May 1993, Squadron Operations Management Officer, Wing Combat Plans Officer, Operations Group Executive                 Officer, 438th Airlift Wing, McGuire Air Force Base, NJ

 

7.    May 1993 – September 1994, graduate student, Air Force Institute of Technology, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH

 

8.    September 1994 – July 1998, Chief, Support Plans Division, Logistics Plans and Programs Flight Commander, Munitions Flight               Commander, Component Repair Squadron Maintenance Supervisor, 347th Wing, Moody Air Force Base, GA

 

9.    July 1998 – July 2001, Flight Commander, Logistics Plans and Programs, Installation Deployment Officer, 18th Wing, Kadena Air             Base, Japan

 

10.  July 2001 – July 2003, Staff Officer, Chief, AEF Force Plans and Generation Branch, Headquarters Air Combat Command, Langley Air        Force Base, VA

 

11.  July 2003 – June 2004, Student, Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB, Montgomery, AL

 

12.  June 2004 – June 2006, Director of Staff, Leadership, Command and Communication Studies Department, Air Command and Staff        College, Maxwell AFB, Montgomery, AL

 

13.  June 2006 – June 2008, Commander, 56th Logistics Readiness Squadron, Luke AFB AZ

 

MAJOR AWARDS AND DECORATIONS:

 

  • Meritorious Service Medal, three oak leaf clusters

  • Air Force Commendation Medal, two oak leaf clusters

  • Outstanding Unit Award, two oak leaf clusters

  • Air Force Organizational Excellence Award, one oak leaf cluster

  • National Defense Service Medal, one device

  • Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal

  • Global War on Terrorism Service Medal

 

EFFECTIVE DATES OF PROMOTION:

 

Second Lieutenant      November 7, 1989

First Lieutenant          November 7, 1991

Captain                    November 7, 1993

Major                      February 1, 2001

Lieutenant Colonel     February 1, 2006

master sergeant STACIE L. DUCK

Master Sergeant Stacie L. Duck was born in Vicksburg, Mississippi and enlisted in the Air Force upon graduating from high school in 1991.  She has over 15 years in the Pharmacy Service career field where her background included a variety of positions in the pharmacy field with significant experience in pharmacy training and pharmacy logistic and acquisition.  She was also a Professional Military Education Instructor for 5 years, where also during that time she served as the Superintendent of Faculty Development where she was responsible for the training and development of 32 instructors and staff.  Additionally, she was an Instructional Systems Designer assigned to the Senior Noncommissioned Officer Program Team at The Thomas N. Barnes Center for Enlisted Education. The Barnes Center provides a continuum of professional military education, awards associate in applied science degrees through the Community College of the Air Force and affords specialized leadership and knowledge credentials through the United States Air Force First Sergeant Academy to prepare the total force enlisted corps for positions of increased responsibility.  The Barnes Center is the sole institution dedicated to recording and preserving enlisted heritage. She also served as the additional duty First Sergeant. In this position, she advised The Thomas N. Barnes Center for Enlisted Education Commander on myriad of issues affecting 450 military and civilian personnel in a rapidly changing environment. She employed leadership in various services and programs including professional development, fitness, recognition, investigating personnel issues, recommending courses of action, and ensuring good order and discipline to rehabilitate personnel.  MSgt Duck retired from the Air Force on 1 January 2015 with over 23 years of honorable and faithful service.

EDUCATION

1996  Airman Leadership School, MacDill Air Force Base, FL

2003  Associate of Applied Science Degree in Pharmacy Technology, Community College of the Air Force

2005  Bachelor of Science Degree in Management, National-Louis University

2006  Noncommissioned Officer Academy, McGuire Air Force Base, NJ

2007  Enlisted Professional Military Education Instructor Course, Maxwell Air Force Base, AL

2007  Associate of Applied Science Degree in Instructor Technology and Military Science, Community College of the Air Force

2009  Master of Business Administration Degree in Leadership, Walden University

2009  Instructor Certification Level-I , Community College of the Air Force

2009  Instructor Certification Level-II, Community College of the Air Force

2011  Professional Manager Certification, Community College of the Air Force

2011  Instructor Certification Level-III, Community College of the Air Force

2012  Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy, Maxwell Air Force Base, AL

2013  Instructional Systems Designer Certification, Walden University

2014  Master of Science Degree in Instructional Design and Technology, Walden University, 

 

ASSIGNMENTS

1.     October 1991–November 1991, trainee, Basic Military Training, Lackland AFB, Texas

2.   November 1991–February 1992, student, pharmacy technician, Shephard  AFB,

Texas

3. February 1992–July 2002, pharmacy technician, 6th Medical Group, MacDill AFB, Florida

4. August 2002–November 2003, pharmacy technician, 39th Medical Group, Incirlik AB, Turkey

5. November 2003–January 2005, pharmacy technician, 79th Medical Group, Andrews AFB, Maryland

6. January 2005 – December 2005, NCOIC, Pharmacy Logistic, 79th Medical Group, Andrews AFB, Maryland

7. January 2006–December 2007, NCOIC, Main Pharmacy Services, 79th Medical Group, Andrews AFB, Maryland

6. January 2007–February 2007, student, Enlisted Professional Military Education Instructor Course, Maxwell-Gunter AFB, AL

7. February 2007–February 2008, flight instructor, Goodfellow Noncommissioned Officer Academy, Goodfellow AFB, Texas

8. February 2008–March 2010, flight instructor, Robert D. Gaylor Noncommissioned Officer Academy, Lackland AFB, Texas

9. April 2010–January 2012, Superintendent, Faculty Development, Robert D. Gaylor NCO Academy at Lackland AFB, Texas

10. January 2012–December 2014, Instructional Systems Designer, The Thomas N. Barnes Center for Enlisted Education, Maxwell AFB-Gunter Annex, Alabama

11. September 2013–September 2014, First Sergeant, The Thomas N. Barnes Center for Enlisted Education, Maxwell AFB-Gunter Annex, Alabama

 

MAJOR AWARDS AND DECORATIONS

Meritorious Service Medal with one oak leaf cluster

Air Force Commendation Medal with three oak leaf clusters

Air Force Achievement Medal with four oak leaf clusters

National Defense Service Medal with one bronze star

Global War on Terrorism Service Medal

 

OTHER ACHIEVEMENTS

1994 6th Medical Group Pharmacy Technician of the Quarter

1994 6th Medical Group Pharmacy Technician of the Year

1996 6th ARW Honor Guard Member of the Quarter

1996 6th ARW Honor Guard Member of the Year

2003 89th Medical Group Supervisor of the Quarter

2007 Goodfellow NCOA Instructor of the Quarter

2007 Goodfellow NCOA NCO of the Quarter

2007 Goodfellow NCOA NCO of the Year

2007 College for Enlisted Professional Military Education NCO of the Year

2009 Robert D. Gaylor NCOA Performer of the Quarter

2010 Barnes Center for Enlisted Education African American Women History of the Year

2013 Barnes Center for Enlisted Education Senior Noncommissioned Officer of the Year

 

EFFECTIVE DATES OF PROMOTION

Airman Basic              October 1991

Airman First Class       April 1992

Senior Airman            October 1994

Staff Sergeant            November 1999

Technical Sergeant      January 2005

Master Sergeant         February 2010

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