Brent Randolph, Master Sergeant, USAF
Brent Randolph served in the United States Air Force from 1986 through 2009 with the Security Forces, from an Airman Basic/E-1 rising up through the ranks to Master Sergeant/E-7 as a Flight Chief and Criminal Investigator. After Basic training and the Security Police Academy in San Antonio Texas at Lackland Air Force Base (AFB), his first duty station was overseas at Hahn Air Base (AB), W. Germany, guarding Nuclear Weapons and the 99 assigned F-16 Fighting Falcons. He transferred stateside to Omaha, NE., at Offutt AFB with the distinguished Strategic Air Command Elite Guard, where he provided security for the assigned Generals/Flag Officers, underground command center and performed civic military functions of retirement
ceremonies, military weddings, military funerals and local civic events. He then took a permanent change of station to a joint assignment with the Army, Navy and Air Force at Fort Meade, MD., with the Defense Courier Service, delivering to all branches of the military and the civil service at the local Ft. Meade customers, Pentagon, as far North to Ottawa Canada to the American Embassy and as far East to Rhein Main AB in Frankfurt Germany. His last change of permanent station was to Dayton, OH., at Wright-Patterson AFB, with a main focus of Law Enforcement, working as Entry Control, Patrolman in a cruiser, Bicycle Patrolman, twice on Bike Patrol as the lead in the Air Force Marathon, as Flight Chief managing flights with as many as 106 personnel, and finishing as an Investigator. Master Sergeant Randolph was deployed from Wright-Patt to Al Dhafra AB in the United Arab Emirates during Operation Enduring Freedom. Following his Honorable Retirement, he’s been volunteering on Wright-Patt AFB helping undermanned units, spending time with Dayton VA patients, and working on the completion of his Bachelor’s Degree in Technical Management with a focus on Criminal Justice at DeVry University. He is also a Life Member with the local VFW and with Amvets.