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U.S. Air Force Senior Master Sgt. Daniel Stellabotte, 86th Dental Squadron dental operations superintendent, receives congratulations from his colleagues after being selected for promotion to the rank of chief master sergeant. Chief master sergeant corresponds with the pay grade E-9, and is the highest enlisted rank an Airman can attain. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Joshua Magbanua) Climbing to the top: Ramstein congratulates new chiefs
86th Airlift Wing leadership congratulated some of the Air Force’s newest chief master sergeants on Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Dec. 6, 2017. The chief-selects didn’t know they made the grade, and were delightfully surprised when the installation commander and command chief greeted them with their certificate of selection.Brig. Gen. Richard G.
0 12/07
2017
Senior leadership across the Kaiserslautern Military Community, load up on a bus before they visit Airmen selected to promote to chief master sergeant at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Dec. 8, 2016. Although the Air Force has been an independent service since 1947, the rank of chief master sergeant did not exist until the authorization of the Military Pay Act of 1958. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Lane T. Plummer) Earning their final stripe: CMSgt-selects make the cut
Senior leadership across the Kaiserslautern Military Community, load up on a bus before they visit Airmen selected to promote to chief master sergeant at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Dec. 8, 2016. Although the Air Force has been an independent service since 1947, the rank of chief master sergeant did not exist until the authorization of the Military
0 12/09
2016
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