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Dean Roger

 

 

 

Roger H. Dean              

CHS Class of 1967




CHS ’67 Boy Scouts (Star & Order of the Arrow), Central Congregational Church (Board of Junior Deacons)

Northern Essex Community College Course work (’67-’68)

Miami Dade Community College Course work (’74)

Community College of the Air Force AD Aerospace Control Systems ‘83

University of Maryland B Business & Management

Troy State University M Public Administration ‘88

Military Education Management Training Program for Air Force Supervisors ’73, Non-Commissioned Officer Leadership School ‘7 Distinguished Graduate, Non- Commissioned Officer Academy ‘87

Career
United States Air Force Nubrucke, Germany Master Identification Officer (First enlisted person to qualify as a NATO Master Identification Officer; Homestead Air Force Base, FL On board the EC-121 patrolling the southern approaches to US & Bermuda Triangle (Reconnaissance); Cold Bay, Air Surveillance Supervisor/Instructor (Primary Trainer for personnel & supervisor of the radar site’s high frequency back-up communications station; Nubrucke, Germany Control & Warning Squadron (Staff Positions)-Helped coordinate air space management between NATO & German FAA (Wrote lesson plans for the European Tactical Air Control & Air Defense Systems); Cheyenne Mountain, CO NORAD Combat Operations Superintendent (Air Defense Operations)-Responsible for management & direction of five crews in support of the North American Air Defense Command’s Air Defense Mission. Scrambled and directed airborne warning & control system aircraft for tracking of Soviet aircraft along the approaches to North America; Bad Muender, Germany Air Control Squadron (Superintendent of Operations)-Managed $1.7 Million dollars in assets & 65 personnel in the deployment of mobile radar command & control operations sections; Ramstein Air Force Base, Germany Tactical Air Control Division (Manager)-U.S. Representative to NATO’s Synthetic Air Defense Exercise Committee, Assisted in development of Bosnia- Herzogovina Airspace Control Plan; Air Force Career Field Aerospace Command & Control Career Field (Manager)- Selected to be the first Air Force Career Field Manager for his Air Force specialty. Responsibilities include: ID & coordinate personnel qualification & training requirements for the US Air Force Mobile Air Traffic Control Systems, North American Aerospace Defense Command & U.S. Fighter Bomber Ranges

Commendations
Rank of Chief Master Sargeant, Air Force Commendation Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, Air Force Combat Readiness Medal with Two Oak Leaf Clusters, Air Force Meritorious Service Medal with Three Oak Leaf Clusters

Community
Non-Commissioned Officer Associations (Secretary, Vice-President, President), Masonic Fraternity, United States Military & German Community Special Olympics Awards Committee (Chair), CHSAA (Charter Member)