Brigadier General Carol A. Timmons

Brigadier General Carol A. Timmons is Assistant Adjutant General - Air, Delaware National Guard and also serves as Commander, Delaware Air National Guard. She is responsible for providing trained, equipped and mission ready forces in support of federal mobilization requirements and state emergency operations. General Timmons develops plans, programs and policies in support of Delaware's C-130 Wing and maintains liaison with major commands and the National Guard Bureau.

In 1980, General Timmons earned her commission through Officer Candidate School at Fort Benning, Georgia, where she was an honor graduate. In 1981, she earned her Army pilot wings from Fort Rucker, Alabama and in 1984, she was awarded her Air Force pilot wings from Vance Air Force Base, Oklahoma. Prior to earning her commission, General Timmons served in the rank of airman basic as a Law Enforcement Apprentice for the Delaware Air National Guard's 166th Security Forces Squadron. General Timmons is a veteran of numerous contingencies to include Operations Desert Shield, Desert Storm, Southern Watch, Joint Guard, Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom. Her deployed command experience includes 774th Expeditionary Airlift Squadron Commander and 455th Deputy Operations Group Commander.

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