Promotions for members of Joint Force Headquarters


CHEYENNE – Members of the Wyoming Army National Guard Joint Force Headquarters were recently recognized.

Samantha Wheeler, of Colorado Springs, Colorado, was laterally promoted to corporal and is an ammunition stock control and accounting specialist. She has served for eight years and works full time as a purchasing agent.

Erik Freeman, of Casper, was laterally promoted to corporal and is an ammunition specialist. He has served for three and a half years and works full time at an ammunition supply point.

Kristina Kranz, of Carpenter, was promoted to sergeant and is a public affairs non-commissioned officer. She has served for three and a half years and works full time as a public affairs specialist.

Magdalena Parrish, of Cheyenne, was promoted to sergeant and is an ammunition specialist. She has served for four and a half years and works full-time as active duty operational support.

Amanda Fry, of Wheatland, was promoted to staff sergeant and is a public affairs non-commissioned officer. She has served for four years and works full time as a public affairs non-commissioned officer in charge.

Bronc Barnum, of Torrington, was promoted to staff sergeant and is an ammunition specialist. He has served for 12.5 years, and works full-time as a skilled signal maintainer.

Chance Kilgore, of Cheyenne, was promoted to staff sergeant and is an information technology specialist. He has served for 12 years and works full time as a datacenter system technician.

Austin Laffitte, of Sheridan, was promoted to Sgt. 1st Class and is an infantryman. He has served for 13.5 years and works full-time as active duty operational support.

Adrienne Gibbs, of Cheyenne, was promoted to Master Sgt. and is a human resource specialist. She has served for 15 years and works full-time as an enlisted personnel manager.

Chad Hollopeter, of La Grange, was promoted to Master Sgt. and is a senior religious affairs non-commissioned officer. He has served for 16.5 years.

Bryan Woodward, of Cheyenne, was promoted to chief warrant officer 3 and is an information protection technician. He has served for 15.5 years and works full-time as an information technology specialist.

Derik Wambach, of Guernsey, was promoted to chief warrant officer 4 and is an electronics systems maintenance officer. He has served for 33 years and works full time as an inspector supervisor.

John Fisher, of Somers Point, New Jersey, was promoted to chief warrant officer 5 and is a command property accountability officer. He has served for 35 years and works full time as a supervisory logistics management specialist.

Gabriel Bruyere, of Estes Park, Colorado, was promoted to major and is a deputy future plans officer. He has served for 17.5 years and works full time as a preacher.

Edward Lewis, of Cheyenne, was promoted to colonel and is an engineer officer. He has served for 23 years and works full-time as the Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations.

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