136AW Senior Leaders

Col. Thomas M. Suelzer
136AW Commander
Col. Jerald K. Williams
136AW Vice Commander
Chief Master Sgt. Edward L. Walden Sr.
136AW Command Chief Master Sergeant
Lt. Col. David W. Compton
136th Operations Group Commander

 

Col. Denise Taylor
136th Mission Support Group CC

Col. Jeffrey Young
254th Combat Communications Group CC

Col. Ralph C. Walsh Jr.
136 MDG Interim CC

Col. Kurt M. Mallory
136th Maintenance Group CC

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. CHIEF MASTER SERGEANT EDWARD L. WALDEN SR.

Chief Master Sergeant Edward L. Walden, Sr. serves as the Command Chief Master Sergeant of the 136th Airlift Wing, Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, Texas. In this capacity, Chief Walden serves as the principle senior enlisted military advisor to the wing commander on all issues regarding the welfare, readiness, morale, and proper utilization and progress of the 947 enlisted personnel on the base. Before assuming his current duty, Chief Walden served as the 14th Commandant of the CMSgt Paul H. Lankford Enlisted Professional Military Education (EPME) Center.
12/05
2017
COLONEL RALPH C. WALSH JR. COLONEL RALPH C. WALSH JR.

Colonel Walsh is a Chief Flight Surgeon, Chief of Aerospace Medicine, and Interim Commander for the 136th Medical Group, 136th Airlift Wing, Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, Texas. The 136th Airlift Wing is a fully operational combat unit that also supports the 531st Air Force Band of the South West and the 254th Combat Communications Group. The wing is responsible for organizing, equipping and training personnel for worldwide deployment by providing combatant commanders with combat-ready forces, while supporting Air Mobility Command’s airlift requirements with eight assigned C-130H aircraft.
3/20
2018
Col. Jerald K. Williams COLONEL JERALD KEITH WILLIAMS

Col Keith Williams is the 136th Vice Air Commander, as well as the Commander of the 136th Operations Group. The 136th Airlift Wing is a fully operational combat unit that also supports the 531st Air Force Band and the 254th Combat Communications Group. The wing is responsible for organizing, equipping and training personnel for worldwide deployment by providing combatant commanders with combat-ready forces, while supporting Air Mobility Command’s airlift requirements with eight assigned C-130H aircraft. The 136th Operations Group consists of the 181st Airlift Squadron, 136th Operations Support Squadron, 136th Airlift Control Flight, and 181st Weather Flight. The Group provides trained and equipped combat-ready forces to serve in the missions of the 136th Airlift Wing, the State of Texas and the United States Federal Government.
5/20
2015
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