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AFSC Spotlight: Meet Staff Sgt. Ernest Graydon

AFSC Spotlight: Staff Sgt. Ernest Graydon

Staff Sgt. Ernest Graydon serves as the non-commissioned officer in charge of chapel resources at the Tinker Chapel. He is from Tifton, Georgia, and has served in the U.S. Air Force for nine years. Graydon loves fishing, church and spending time with his family. During the COVID crisis, the chapel staff is manning the Latté Lounge daily and engaging with the Airmen there. Only five people are allowed inside the Lounge at one time, adhering to social distancing policies, and it is cleaned and sanitized often. Graydon says the best part of his job “is having the opportunity as a team to connect and build rapport with other Airmen”

AFSC Spotlight: Staff Sgt. Ernest Graydon

Staff Sgt. Ernest Graydon serves as the non-commissioned officer in charge of chapel resources. He has served in the U.S. Air Force for nine years and is from Tifton, GA. He loves fishing, church and spending time with his family. His primary duties as NCOIC are assuring the chapel has resources, handling contracting issues and appropriated funding, maintaining facility and serves as the contracting officer representative for Chapel Tithes and Offerings. During the COVID crisis, Chapel staff is manning the Latte Lounge and engaging with the Airmen there. They are only allowing five people at a time inside, adhering to social distancing policies and cleaning and sanitizing often. The Latte Lounge is open seven days a week. Graydon says the best part of his job "is having the opportunity as a team to connect and build rapport with other Airmen." (U.S. Air Force photo/Kelly White)

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AFSC Spotlight: Meet Staff Sgt. Ernest Graydon

Sergeant Graydon serves as the non-commissioned officer in charge of chapel resources at the Tinker Chapel. He is from Tifton, Georgia, and has served in the U.S. Air Force for nine years. Graydon loves fishing, church and spending time with his family. During the COVID crisis, the chapel staff is manning the Latté Lounge daily and engaging with the Airmen there. Only five people are allowed inside the Lounge at one time, adhering to social distancing policies, and it is cleaned and sanitized often. Graydon says the best part of his job “is having the opportunity as a team to connect and build rapport with other Airmen”