32nd Aerial Port Squadron commander retires

A retirement ceremony was held at the 911th Airlift Wing, 32nd Aerial Port Squadron, Jan. 9, 2010, for Maj. Paul J. Hurley (right). Maj. Hurley began his military career as an enlisted member, moving through the ranks to technical sergeant before being commissioned second lieutenant in April 1993. As an officer he obtained the rank of major with 24-year's military service. Presiding over the ceremony was Col. James B. Hurley (left, no relation to the major), 911 AW Mission Support Group commander. A flag folding was part of the ceremony. (Left) Holding the flag is Tech. Sgt. Matthew Wagner. (Right) Folding the flag is Master Sgt. Dennis Jendrzejewski. Both are air transportation specialists for the 32 APS. Chief Master Sgt. Joseph McArthur, chief, 32 APS port operations, explained the meaning behind every fold. The flag was then given to the retiree.

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