“Serve Like A Champion Today!”
Craig S. Hall, United States Air Force Command Chief Master Sergeant, Space and Missiles Systems Center, Los Angeles AFB during his exclusive interview February 1, 2017 with Host Christina R. Silva, Educating Our Veterans at LA Talk Radio Studios in Sherman Oaks, CA.empowers the world with the Spirit of Excellency.
Chief Master Sergeant Hall has earned many achievement awards including but not limited to National Defense Service Medal with one bronze star, and the Air Force Meritorious Service Medal with seven oak leaf clusters. During the live broadcast, Command Chief Master Sergeant Hall reflected on the unique and impressive accomplishment during his service in the US Air Force in 2008 at Osan Air Base, Korea. The stories of heroism, brotherhood and emergency services alongside and with his fire fighting comrades made history when their dedication to excellence named their duty location “Fire Department of the Year”.
Chief Master Sergeant Hall exudes creative resiliency, demonstrates core confidence and knows that physical, mental and social responsibility begins within. Chief Master Sergeant Hall made a great announcement about his successful preparation, training and excitement as he looks forward to the professional transition from his Camies 2 Civies with 16 days until his retirement from the Air Force.
Chief Master Sergeant Hall enjoys empowering others to “Serve Like A Champion Today” and seeks to continue empowering others through teaching by example with US Air Force leadership traits and an active lifestyle while utilizing his earned benefits beyond his Master’s Degree moving toward a mark of self employed excellence as an international speaker. World wide Airmen and listeners can be uplifted by Chief Master Sergeant Hall’s story and his many accomplishments with a mission to continue “serving and serving because of the people” and holding on to his family values.
Positive attitude plus core values and a commitment to achieve and maintain consistent goals is key to the success in leading over 6,000 Airmen. Now and in the future, we look forward to connecting with Chief Master Sergeant Hall, USAF Retired who will also be recognized as Mr. Craig S. Hall with professional development, proper utilization and military readiness solutions, so stay tuned and know that Educating Our Veterans is a community affair. #BeeSafe