174th Attack Wing Chief of Safety Gets Promoted

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  • By Master Sgt. Barbara Olney
  • 174th Attack Wing

SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Angi J. Daiuto was promoted to Lt. Colonel in the New York Air National Guard during a ceremony held at Hancock Field Air National Guard Base on Sept. 10, 2022.

Col. William J. McCrink III, 174th Attack Wing Commander, presided over the ceremony.

Lt. Col. Daiuto entered the U.S. Air Force in Dec. 2006 through ROTC at The University of Texas with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics Specializing in Actuarial Science.

She completed Undergraduate Navigator training in December 2008 at Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Electronic Warfare Officer School in June 2009 at Randolph AFB, and B-1B Initial Qualification Training at Dyess AFB in Sept 2010.

She served on Active Duty for nearly 9 years as a B-1B Weapons Systems Officer and transferred to the New York Air National Guard in October 2015.

Daiuto served as Deputy Targeting Effects Chief in the 152d Air Operations Group and retrained as an MQ-9 pilot at the 174th Attack Wing in March 2017. Since then, she has flown combat missions as well as instructed at the Formal Training Unit.

Daiuto currently serves as the Chief of Wing Safety for the 174th Attack Wing. While in this position she develops and implements procedures establishing safety requirements that comply with all governmental and Department of Defense regulations and directives.

She investigates mishaps and evaluates activities throughout the wing to identify hazards and mitigate the occurrence of flight, occupational, and weapons safety accidents.

Diauto’s awards include the Meritorious Service Medal, Aerial Achievement Medal with two oak leaf clusters, Air and Space Commendation Medal with one oak leaf cluster, Air and Space Achievement Medal with ‘R’ device, Afghanistan Campaign Medal with oak leaf cluster, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Service Medal, and Remote Combat Effects Campaign Medal with one service star.