Company: U.S. Air Force
Location: Bonaire, GA, United States
BONAIRE, GA, April 13, 2012, Jesse I. Gambill, Retired Chief Master Sergeant for the U.S. Air Force, has been recognized by Elite American Military for dedication, achievements, and leadership in military service.
Mr. Gambill has a total of 53 years in government service, including 30 years in the U.S. Air Force and 23 Years in federal civil service. He worked as a consultant to the federal government for four years. He attained the military rank of chief master sergeant. An expert on U2R reconnaissance literal sensing day or night, Mr. Gambill was responsible for filling various civil service functions for the federal government, and handling U2R program management functions for the federal government prior to his retirement.
Mr. Gambill has garnered a reputation of distinction and nobility over the course of an illustrious career. His honors and marks of respect have included a Small Arms Expert Marksmanship Ribbon, a Noncommissioned Officer Professional Military Education Ribbon with 1 Device, an Air Force Good Conduct Medal with 5 Devices, an Army Good Conduct Medal with 2 Devices, and a Korean Service Medal. He has also received an Air Force Longevity Service Ribbon with 6 Devices, a National Defense Medal with 1 Device, a Vietnam Service Medal, an Air Force Presidential Unit Citation, and an Air Force Excellence Award with 1 Device. Other honors have included an Air Force Outstanding Unit Award with 1 Device, a United Nations Service Medal, a Republic of Vietnam Gallantry Cross with Device, a Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal, an Air Force Commendation Medal with 2 Devices, and a Meritorious Service Medal.
Attributing his success to a solid upbringing, Mr. Gambill feels that he has been able to achieve success due to positive reinforcement from those around him. After growing up in a family with a military background, he became inspired to pass on the tradition to others. He received a number of accreditations, including 30 years of continuous technical military training. He endeavors to support others as a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars, The American Legion and Moose International, Inc.
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