Anthony Frazier:  

CLASS OF 1986
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Harvey, IL
Camp springs, MD
Mclean, VA

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Life Check out the military section. School Hello there. The information is in the military section. College Hello there. The information is in the military section. Workplace Hello there. The information is in the military section. Military I was an Airman Leadership School Instructor at Fort Meade, Maryland. I was responsible for planning and organizing Professional Military Education requirements. I instructed over 1,300 Senior Airmen in 192 curriculum hours each class, 7 classes per year. I maintained lessons, student guides and reference materials. I evaluated and counseled students concerning educational and behavioral performance. I graduated from Thornton Township High School in Harvey, Illinois in June 1986 and entered the Air Force in July 1986 as a Morse Systems Operator. I have three children: Alicia, Ashley, and Anthony III. My assignments of 20 years include: Morse Systems Operator, RAF Chicksands, England; Multimode Systems Operator and Assistant NCOIC of the G122C Operations Section, National Security Agency, Fort Meade, Maryland; Ceremonial Guardsman and Assistant NCOIC of the Color Guard, United States Air Force Presidential Honor Guard, Bolling AFB, Washington, DC; Air Force Two Flight Attendant, Andrews AFB, Maryland; and Ceremonial Guardsman/Plans & Programs NCOIC/Technical School Instructor, United States Air Force Presidential Honor Guard, Bolling AFB, Washington, DC. I have been awarded the Aerial Achievement Medal, the Air Force Commendation Medal with one oak leaf cluster, t...Expand for more
he Joint Service Achievement Medal with one oak leaf cluster, the Air Force Achievement Medal with one oak leaf cluster, the Air Force Good Conduct Medal with one silver leaf cluster, the National Defense Service Medal with one device, and the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal. My educational achievements include: NCO Preparatory Course, RAF Chicksands, England; Associate of Applied Science Degrees in Aviation Operations, Instructor of Technology and Military Science, and Intelligence Collection, Community College of the Air Force; NCO Leadership School, Charleston AFB, South Carolina; Bachelor of Science Degree in Management Information Systems, National-Louis University, McLean, Virginia; Academic Instructor School, Maxwell AFB, Alabama; NCO Academy, Maxwell-Gunter AFB, Alabama; Master of Aeronautical Science Degree in Aerospace & Aviation Operations, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University; Occupational Instructor Certificate, United States Air Force, and Private/Instrument Pilot Certificate, Federal Aviation Administration. I retired from the Air Force in 2006(YES!). I am currently working toward my FAA commercial and instructor pilot licenses. I plan to have them all completed by the spring of 2010. I am also working toward a PhD in Business Management (on-line). My plans are to become either a regional or corporate jet pilot no later than 2012. In the meantime, I will be teaching Air Force Junior ROTC in Maryland and building up flying hours as a part-time FAA instructor pilot.
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