Officers

cropped-F-16s-from-New-York.jpgAlliance of Air National Guard Flight Surgeons — Key personnel and officers

Congratulations to the newly elected officers:
Elections for 2016-2018 were conducted by the Alliance of Air National Guard Flight Surgeons on 16 July 2016. (Thanks to Eagle Eye Frank Yang for assuring the accuracy)
President: Col Frank Yang,
Vice President: BrigGen Brett Wyrick,
Treasurer: Col Marvin Nielsen,
Secretary: Maj George Gibson,

In addition, several other members graciously volunteered and and were appointed to the following positions:
Continuing Medical Education Planner: Col Richard Bradley,
Course Directors: Col Mark Gaul & Col Robert Desko
Course Planners:
Col Buck Dodson & Col Sid Martin
Web Master: Col William Pond,
Assistant to the Web Master: Capt Tomas Chavez,

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Thanks to Kelly Harvey for stepping up to assume the duties of Secretary of the AANGFS–Check out the minutes of the June meeting:  2013 06 22 AANGFS Minutes  and to Col Yang for continuing as Treasurer

The AANGFS Officers–2014-2016

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President:Col Cassandra Howard
Vice-President:Col Frank Yang
Treasurer: Maj Kelly Harvey
Secretary: LtCol Kevin Bohnsack
Chairman, Nominating Committee: Col Lisa Snyder
Chairman, Constitution and Bylaws: Col Buck Dodson
Newsletter Editor: LtCol Kevin Bohnsack
Historian: Col Brett Wyrick
Website:Col William Pond 
Our mailing address is:
Alliance of Air National Guard Flight Surgeons
3653 Larchmont Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48105 

Bill Pond Ice and Rock Climbing          Flight Surgeon Brain

 

One Response to Officers

  1. Dear Sirs, I wanted to reach out and inquire about Dayton, Ohio-the birthplace of aviation as a possible site for a future AANGFS Convention. Is there an annual that rotates around the US that we could be a fit for? I look forward to your feedback. I am hoping that you can assist me. I want to connect with the person that is in charge of the event schedule regarding Dayton as a potential site. I noticed there was some Training in Little Rock last year but did not see a 2018 site schedule on the website. Could Dayton and our strong aviation heritage be an option? I look forward to your feedback.
    Ron Eifert
    Dayton Convention and Visitors Bureau
    800.221.8235
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    Mr. Eifert,
    Thank you for your correspondence. Dayton, indeed has a rich aeronautical heritage, which continues to the present day at Wright Patterson AFB where the School of Aerospace Medicine is located. The Air Force Museum is second to none.
    With kindest personal regards,
    WWP–webmaster

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