Chief Master Sergeant David Hogan

Chief Master Sergeant David Hogan is currently assigned as the command chief for the 125th Fighter Wing, Florida Air National Guard. He is responsible for the development and utilization of the Operations Group enlisted force as well as ensuring that the Airman within the Group are organized, trained, and equipped to support and execute the 125th Fighter Wing’s many missions. Chief Hogan entered the Air Force in 1992 as a heavy equipment vehicle mechanic, stationed with Air Force Special Operations Command, Hurlburt Field AFB, FL. In 1994 Chief Hogan transferred to the New Jersey Air National Guard’s 177th Fighter Wing. In 1995 he was assigned to the 108th Aerial Refueling Wings Det-1, Warren Grove Air to Ground Range. During this time, he transferred AFSCs and became the Range Operations and Airfield Manager. While serving he deployed to CENTCOM, EUCOM and provided direct support for combat air patrols over New York and Washington D.C. after 9-11. In 2009 he was reassigned as the 177th Fighter Wing Operations Superintendent and Airfield Manager. He advised the Group and Squadron Commanders on all matters involving the enlisted Airman in the Group. He also played a pinnacle role for the initial development and groundbreaking of the 227th Air Support Operations Squadron. Chief Hogan was selected as the 125th Fighter Wing’s Airfield Manager in 2015 and transferred to the Florida Air National Guard.