Colonel Michael Bank Colonel Nicholas Broccoli Command Chief Master Sergeant Hewson
Biographies Updated
COLONEL MICHAEL W. BANK JR.

Colonel Michael W. Bank, Jr., commands the 106th Rescue Wing at F.S. Gabreski ANGB, NY.  The 106th Rescue Wing consists of four groups with over 1,000 military and civilian personnel.  The wing operates HC-130 Hercules tanker aircraft and HH-60 Pavehawk helicopters supporting Air Force Personnel Recovery operations, performs civil search and rescue
10/13
2016
Chief Master Sgt. Michael Hewson is the Command Chief of the 106th Rescue Wing, Francis S. Gabreski Airport, and Westhampton Beach, N.Y. As the senior ranking enlisted member of the wing, he is the principal advisor to the wing commander on matters concerning the welfare, health, morale and the progress and effective utilization of all enlisted members assigned to the 106th Rescue Wing. He serves as the representative for the commander and the enlisted force on various committees, councils and boards and represents the enlisted force at military and civilian functions. He provides leadership to the enlisted force and is the functional manager for group superintendents and first sergeants within the wing. COMMAND CHIEF MASTER SERGEANT MICHAEL HEWSON

Chief Master Sergeant Michael Hewson is the Command Chief of the 106th Rescue Wing, F.S. Gabreski Airport, New York. As the senior ranking enlisted member of the wing, he is the principal advisor to the wing commander on matters concerning the welfare, health, morale and the progress and effective utilization of all enlisted members assigned to the
12/09
2016
Lt. Col. Andrew J. Wineberger LIEUTENANT COLONEL ANDREW J. WINEBERGER

Lt. Col. Andrew J. Wineberger is the Commander of the 106th Maintenance Group, 106th Rescue Wing, F.S. Gabreski Air National Guard Base, Westhampton Beach, N.Y. The 106th Rescue Wing operates HC-130P/N Hercules rescue aircraft, HH-60G Pavehawk helicopters as well as the Guardian Angel Weapon System, which, in turn, supports the Air Force Personnel Recovery mission. The 106th Rescue Wing is manned by more than 1,000 military and civilian personnel which performs military as well as civil search and rescue taskings. The wing also assists with state disaster relief and other emergencies as directed by the Governor of New York.
8/14
2017
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