McChord Chief Master Sergeant Selects for 2019
Senior Master Sgt. Andrew Earll, 62nd Maintenance Squadron superintendent, poses for a photo on Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., Nov. 26, 2019. He was one of the nine McChord Airmen selected this year for promotion to chief master sergeant, the highest enlisted rank in the Air Force. “Making chief master sergeant means the world to me and my family. I love the Air Force and what it has done for us. It is an opportunity to continue to serve and grow, and develop future leaders. The Air Force is a team sport and a family. Deciding what and who you want to be is important. Caring, putting in the time, the desire to do the best job you can every day and having the courage to have difficult conversations when needed are basic keys to success. It is not about you but the positive impacts you have on others. When I first found out, I immediately thought of my first supervisors that took the time to teach how to be an Airman. I owe them the world. Supervisors need to be mindful of the impacts they can have on subordinates.” (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Mikayla Heineck)