Friday, August 19, 2011

New AF basic training leader returns to his roots

The new Air Force Basic Military Training commander has a unique perspective when it comes to leading the airmen in his group.

According to archive research conducted by the 37th Training Wing Office of History, Lt. Col. Glenn Palmer is the first BMT commander who has also served in the enlisted corps.

Palmer was in Air Force Special Operations for 16 years, becoming a master sergeant as a combat controller before entering Officer Training School.

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