Hooligans Evaluate Minnesota Air Guard's Senior NCO Course
Chief Master Sgt. Mark Rukavina, Minnesota Air National Guard' state command chief, invited the 119th Wing to participate in their Senior Master Sergeant course to see if it would benefit their senior non-commissioned officers. Four Happy Hooligans accepted the invitation for the course held Oct. 5 to 7 at Camp Ripley, Minn. Chief Master Sgt. Jeff Miller, N.D. National Guard state command chief and Chief Master Sgt. Duane Kansas, 119th Wing command chief attended the course as observers while Senior Master Sgts. Chris Wallberg and Ken Rossen actively participated. The Hooligans will continue to evaluate this course and decide if they will organize a similar course of instruction.
Air National Guard's Top Cop
The chief of Security Forces Division, Logistics and Installations Directorate at the National Guard Bureau, Col. Victor W. Moncrieffe II, recently visited the N.D. Air National Guard Base in Fargo on Oct. 9. Moncrieffe is responsible for developing policies, organizing, training and equipping more than 7,400 security forces personnel in the Air National Guard.
Moncrieffe is responsible for developing policies, organizing, training and equipping more than 7,400 security forces personnel in the Air National Guard. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by David H. Lipp)