CMSgt Terrence A. Greene
CMSgt Terrence Greene, new Command Chief of Air Mobility Command, Scott AFB, IL, shakes hands with SSgt Anthony Kieswetter, 436th Civil Engineer Squadron Airman Dormitory Leader, at Dover AFB, DE. Also pictured: MSgt Amber Lawrence and SSgt James Hernandez, both from the 436th CES.
USAF photo by Roland Balik
CMSgt Terrence A. Greene is the Command Chief Master Sergeant for Air Mobility Command, Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. He is the principal adviser to AMC Commander Gen Maryanne Miller and her senior staff on matters of health, welfare and morale, professional development, and the effective utilization of more than 83,300 total force enlisted personnel assigned and contributing to the command. He ensures the combat readiness of the command through sound policies, practices, and training.
Greene entered the Air Force in October 1988 as a vehicle operations specialist and has served in a variety of duties in the career field, including two tours as superintendent of gun truck and cargo line haul detachments supporting operations in Iraq and Kuwait. Greene also completed several tours in the Air Force Attaché Affairs, Defense Attaché System, and multiple command chief assignments with extensive exposure to joint basing.
Prior to his current position, Greene previously served as the Command Chief Master Sergeant for United States Forces Japan and Fifth Air Force at Yokota Air Base.