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Download full resolution image Air National Guard Chief Master Sergeant James W. Hotaling conducts his final jump from a military aircraft with Pararescue Jumpers from the New York Air National Guard's 103rd Rescue Squadron 106th Rescue Wing over FS Gabreski ANG on September 2nd 2

Air Guard Command Chief Jumps Over Long Island

WESTHAMPTON BEACH NY - Air National Guard Chief Master Sergeant James W. Hotaling conducts his final jump from a military aircraft with Pararescue Jumpers from the New York Air National Guard's 103rd Rescue Squadron 106th Rescue Wing over FS Gabreski ANG on September 2nd 2015. During his visit with the 106th Rescue Wing Hotaling met with junior and senior enlisted airmen to discuss their needs and any ongoing issues they may be face. Has the eleventh Command Chief Master Sergeant for the Air National Guard, he represents the highest level of enlisted leadership for the Air National Guard. Chief Hotaling is responsible for matters influencing the health morale and welfare of assigned enlisted personnel and their families.

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