U.S. Air Force Academy cadet flies on father’s jet to attend his Chief induction ceremony

United States Air Force Academy Cadet 3rd Class Jack Johnson was able to attend his father’s Chief Induction Ceremony with his mother Sirese, and sister Hattie, in February at Tinker Air Force Base, by flying on an E-3 Sentry Airborne Warning and Control System as part of the sponsor-base program. Chief Master Sergeant Dustin Johnson joined the Air Force in July 1996 and served as an Airborne Radar Technician; he promoted to the rank of chief master sergeant on April 1 and currently serves as the squadron superintendent for the 552nd Operations Support Squadron (U.S. Air Force photo by 2nd. Lt Ashlyn K. Paulson).

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