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Col. David Clark promoted to O-6

The NV ANG welcomed its newest O-6 in a ceremony at the Air Guard Base in Reno on Sunday.  Air Wing commander, Col. Burkett (left) reads the oath of office to Col. Clark the vice wing commander (right).  NV ANG photo by Tech. Sgt. Eric Ritter (released).

The NV ANG welcomed its newest O-6 in a ceremony at the Air Guard Base in Reno on Sunday. Air Wing commander, Col. Burkett (left) reads the oath of office to Col. Clark the vice wing commander (right). NV ANG photo by Tech. Sgt. Eric Ritter (released).

RENO --      On Sunday, Lt. Col. David A. Clark, vice wing commander of the 152nd Airlift Wing, Reno, Nevada was promoted to his new rank of Colonel.   
     In his role of vice wing commander, he assists the wing commander in defining and establishing the policy, programming, and planning necessary to train and maintain readiness for over 1,300 airmen.
     The Wing's mission is to provide tactical air delivery capability to both the State of Nevada and combatant commanders.
     Col. Clark stated, "Having served 21 years in the wing, there is no one I'm more proud of, no one trains harder, fights harder, works harder than this wing and I am here to serve you."