A man who began his work career at a Western Sizzlin’ is now one of the highest-ranking non-officers in the United States Air Force.
After leaving his busboy duties behind, Chief Master Sergeant Todd Simmons joined the Air Force in the mid-1990s, where one of his first jobs was security detail on B-52s that were on the flight line. He admits that his duties were less than exciting, and to pass the time, he often walked laps around the venerable old bomber. Now, as command chief of the 412th Test Wing, which is stationed at Edwards Air Force Base, he oversees test fighter-plane flights. CMSgt. Simmons is also the top enlisted advisor to wing commander Brigadier General Carl Schaefer.
CMSgt. Simmons’ philosophy is “Take care of the people, and the people will take care of the mission.”
Federal Traffic Tickets
People who have been on the base this long know how to get around, but woe be unto others. Because of the narrow streets and unfamiliar landscape, it’s easy to miss a speed limit change or stop sign while looking for a parking place or address. Base personnel do not have it much easier, because the one time you roll through that stop sign on the corner, there is almost sure to be an MP close by, and traffic tickets often affect your base privileges.
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