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Congratulations to the 62nd AW’s newest chief master sergeants

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Three senior master sergeants from the 62nd Airlift Wing will soon be among the top one percent of the enlisted force.

The Air Force released the list of 454 senior master sergeants selected for promotion to chief master sergeant.

The following are the 62nd AW's newest chief master sergeant selects:

  • Senior Master Sgt. Armando Fajardo, 62nd Comptroller Squadron
  • Senior Master Sgt. Paul Harvell, 7th Airlift Squadron
  • Senior Master Sgt. Richard Tallman, 62nd Maintenance Group

"Their hard work and dedication over the years have earned them a place in the top one percent of our enlisted force .... a truly impressive accomplishment," said Col. Wyn Elder, 62nd AW commander.

The average score for those selected was 665.84, with an average time in grade of 3.04 years and time in service of 22.30 years. The average score for enlisted performance reports was 135. Average decorations score was 24.49, and the average promotion fitness exam score was 67.73. Those selected will be promoted according to their promotion sequence number beginning in January.

Photo: Col. Wyn Elder (right), 62nd Airlift Wing commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Gordon Drake, 62nd AW command chief, tack chief master sergeant stripes on Senior Master Sgt. Richard Tallman (center), 62nd Comptroller Squadron superintendent, Nov. 8, at Joint Base Lewis-McChord.

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