|Chief Dale Hawthorne||1994-1995|
|Chief Ken Brann||1995 - 1996|
|Chief Skip Holdredge||1996 - 1997|
|Chief Michael Barrowman||1997 - 2000|
|Chief Al Wynne||2000 - 2001|
|Chief Jerry Akers||2002|
|Chief Sandy Stacy||2002-2003|
|Chief Frank A. Chiariello||2016 - 2017|
|Chief Seth Lininger||2017-Present|
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During World War 1, American volunteers from all parts of the country filled the newly formed flying squadrons. Some were wealthy scions attending colleges such as Yale and Harvard who quit in mid-term to join the war. In one squadron, a wealthy lieutenant ordered medallions struck in solid bronze and presented them to his unit. One young pilot placed the medallion in a small leather pouch that he wore about his neck.
We’re here to commemorate the 405th Fighter Group at Langley Field. After the 1952 activation at Godman, KY., the move was made to Langley, and the following year nuclear training began in the Republic F-84F fighter, with a new tactical atomic weapon, the Mark-VII bomb. In 1955, the 405th attained ‘Combat readiness,’ while introducing a new 'Special Weapons Delivery' tactic called ‘Low Altitude Bombing System. In ‘LABS’ the Immelmann maneuver was flown, off the deck, to a high-angle release, 20 degrees past the vertical.