The committee will hear from Chief Master Sergeant Brady McCoy. He will provide details about his deployment as team leader to Iraq with 25 other Security Forces members and how they used teamwork and the ?Always leave it better than you found it? mantra throughout their time there.
Chief Master Sergeant Brady L. McCoy is the Security Forces Manager of the 890th Missile Security Forces Squadron, Francis E. Warren Air Force Base Wyoming. He is the primary advisor to the commander on enlisted matters concerning training, employment of forces, career development and discipline for 261 Air Force men, women and civilians who support the nation?s deterrent objectives. He is responsible for leading the enlisted force executing security for in-transit and stored nuclear weapons and weapons systems. Additionally, he manages manpower for response forces, security escort teams, and camper alert teams responsible for the security of 150 MMIII Launch Facilities covering a tri-state region of 9.6K square miles.
CMSgt McCoy entered the Air Force on January 10, 1994. He graduated from the security specialist course at Lackland Air Force Base and moved on to Air Base Ground Defense training at Ft Dix, New Jersey. His experience includes support of Operations SOUTHERN WATCH, ENDURING FREEDOM, and IRAQI FREEDOM. Prior to his current assignment, he was an Academy Military Trainer at the USAF Academy in Colorado Springs.