Title: Master Sergeant (Retired)
Company: U.S. Air Force
Location: Dayton, Ohio, United States
Charles Vernon Williams III, a retired Master Sergeant within the U.S. Air Force, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Military for dedication, achievements, and leadership in military logistics.
With unparalleled expertise in the field of logistics, Mr. Williams provided more than two decades of experience to his role within the U.S. Air Force, from which he retired at the rank of a master sergeant in 1980. Initially joining the military in 1958, he distinguished himself as a chapel management superintendent and as the chief of budget and logistics. Throughout the course of his service in the Air Force, Mr. Williams greatly enjoyed the opportunity to learn more about the countries he visited, including Turkey, Israel, Jordan, Russia, Libya and China, among others. During this time, he was bestowed with a number of accolades, such as the Bronze Star for his tour of duty in Vietnam, a Meritorious Service Medal and an Air Force Commendation Medal.
Following the conclusion of his service in the military, Mr. Williams earned distinction as a personnel manager through the Job Corps in Dayton, Ohio, from 1984 until 1985. He subsequently built upon his prolific career as a consultant, and later worked extensively on behalf of the Dayton Public Schools district between 1986 and 2006, during which time he excelled as the director of administrative services and logistical support services. Adjacent to his primary responsibilities in the field, Mr. Williams served as an executive committee member of the Southwestern Ohio Educational Purchasing Consortium, for which he was the chairperson for more than 10 years. In a career suffused with highlights, he is most proud to have negotiated with vendors to secure supplies for more than 100 schools under his jurisdiction.
Before his retirement from the military, Mr. Williams sought a formal education at the University of Nebraska, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in general studies in 1974. He subsequently studied at the Modern School of Photography in 1975, at Central Michigan University, from which he received a Master of Arts in logistics, and the Religious Institution of Management at the Community College of the Air Force, where he earned an Associate of Applied Science in 1977. Eminently qualified in his field, Mr. Williams was certified as a private pilot by the Federal Aviation Administration.
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