New ASW commander gets first salute

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  • By Kendahl Johnson
  • 78th Air Base Wing Public Affairs
Col. Howard "Chris" Davis became the new commander of the 330th Aircraft Sustainment Wing and 542nd Combat Sustainment Wing March 26 in a ceremony at the Museum of Aviation's Century of Flight Hangar.

Prior to this assignment, Davis served as commander of the 538th Aircraft Sustain-ment Group and A-10 systems program manager at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. He replaces former 330th ASW commander Col. Tim Freeman.

"I am very proud to join Team Robins," Davis said. "My goal is to continue to build on the Air Force's identity and add to its proud heritage, a heritage that was created, in part, by the dedicated men and women of Robins Air Force Base."

Maj. Gen. Polly Peyer, Warner Robins Air Logistics Center commander, officiated at the ceremony. "We are very pleased to have Colonel Davis here," Peyer said, addressing the nearly 500 people in attendance. "No doubt he comes with the right experience and right credentials."