SEARCH CALLED OFF FOR MISSING HAWAII AIR NATIONAL GUARDSMANPosted on Nov 28, 2016 in FY2017, In The News, News Release
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
DAVID Y. IGE
MAJ. GEN. ARTHUR J. LOGAN
#2016-007 Nov. 28, 2016
For Immediate Release
SEARCH CALLED OFF FOR MISSING HAWAII AIR NATIONAL GUARDSMAN
Ft. Ruger, Hawaii – A Hawaii Air National Guard (HIANG) Airman who went missing at Tarague Beach, Guam, last week, has been identified as Master Sgt. Greg Ramos from the 154th Logistics Readiness Squadron, 154th Wing. Ramos was temporarily assigned to Andersen Air Force Base, supporting a HIANG KC-135 tanker rotation. Ramos was swept out to sea and search and recovery efforts were called off after five days with no evidence of death or remains being found.
In a message to HIANG Airmen this morning, Brig. Gen. Gregory Woodrow, 154th Wing Commander asked “that you keep Greg, his family, and the LRS in your thoughts and prayers”.
Information regarding memorial services will be announced at a later date.
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CHARLES J. ANTHONY, Lt. Col. , HIANG
JF HQ Hawaii National Guard
Director, Public Affairs