Street Named in Honor of Chief Robert Chamberlain

The daughters of retired Chief Master Sgt. Robert C. Chamberlain share a laugh during a ceremony held recently at Hancock Field Air National Guard Base during which a street was named in honor of their father. Chief Chamberlain served 32 years in the miliary, ending his career in the Civil Engineering Squardron at the 174th Fighter Wing. The cermony was officiated by Maj. James Oaksford, the current CES Commander, who helped spearhead the effort to dedicate the street in Chief Chamberlain's honor. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Ricky Best/Released)

PHOTO BY: Tech. Sgt. Ricky BestRELEASED
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