BIOgraphies

Biographies Updated
Brig. Gen. Derek C. France is the commander of the 380th Air Expeditionary Wing. BRIGADIER GENERAL DEREK C. FRANCE

Brig. Gen. Derek C. France is the Commander, 380th Air Expeditionary Wing, Southwest Asia. The 380th is comprised of four groups and fourteen squadrons. He is responsible for the wing’s air refueling, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, air battle management, control and reporting center, ground attack, air support, theatre security cooperation, and airlift missions in support of overseas contingency operations in Southwest Asia.
10/25
2017
Col. Mark S. Robinson is the vice commander of the 380th Air Expeditionary Wing. COLONEL MARK S. ROBINSON

Col. Mark S. Robinson is the Vice Commander, 380th Air Expeditionary Wing, Southwest Asia. The 380th is comprised of four groups and 15 squadrons. He is responsible for the wing’s air refueling, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, air battle management, control and reporting center, ground attack, air support, theater security cooperation, and airlift missions in support of overseas contingency operations in Southwest Asia.
7/05
2017
Official portrait of 380th Air Expeditionary Wing Command Chief Master Sgt. Jeremy M. Ravlin. CHIEF MASTER SERGEANT JEREMY M. RAVLIN

Chief Master Sergeant Jeremy M. Ravlin is the Command Chief Master Sergeant, 380 Air Expeditionary Wing. He is the senior enlisted advisor to the installation commander on mission effectiveness, professional development, readiness, training, utilization, health, morale, and welfare of 3,600 warfighters within 5 groups and 14 squadrons. The wing provides air refueling; intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance; air battle management; control and reporting; ground attack; air support; theater security cooperation; and airlift missions for overseas contingency operations in Southwest Asia. Chief Ravlin also works with base and community leaders to develop and implement policies and programs that positively impact the quality of life for more than 4,100 military personnel and civilian employees.
7/05
2017
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