Welcome to our new Command Chief
By CMSgt Robbin D. Moore, 166th Airlift Wing
/ Published July 10, 2020
NEW CASTLE AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Del. -- --
Dear Fellow Wingmen,
I am honored, humbled and excited to have been selected as your next Wing Command Chief. Though many of you I know, I look forward to meeting you all as I make my visits to your sections, flights and squadrons to learn more about the true assets of the Delaware Air National Guard.
I would like to take a few moments to share a little about me. I was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. Yes, OH- IO I first enlisted in the U.S. Army Reserve, drilling in Fort Thomas, Kentucky, as a Unit Supply Specialist. After serving, I had a 7 year break in service and decided to join the Indiana Air National Guard in 1996. After serving as a traditional guardsman for 11 years, I transferred to the Delaware Air National Guard in December of 2006.
Over the last the last 14 years, I have supported the mission and served as your fellow Wingman in many roles. These roles have prepared me to meet present and future objectives as your Wing Command Chief. What I want you to remember most is to show up on time, do the work, exceed the expectations, be accountable and be a phenomenal Wingman!
Let’s get it!
ROBBIN D. MOORE, DE ANG
Wing Command Chief (Select)