Title: Production Control Technician
Company: United States Air Force
Location: Lafayette, Louisiana, United States
Larry Cormier, Production Control Technician at United States Air Force, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Military for dedication, achievements, and leadership in civil engineering and drill instruction.
Mr. Cormier obtained an Associate of Science in arts and sciences, criminal justice and corrections from Troy State University at Montgomery in Alabama in 1985. He provided superior services as a corrections services officer with the Arizona State Prison Complex in Florence for four years and served his country in the United States Air Force at Maxwell AFB in Montgomery, Alabama for over two decades, as a drill instructor for four years and as a civil engineering production control technician, responsible for five different sub-areas such as planning, customer service, and service calls, for 16 years.
Besides his work with the Air Force, Mr. Cormier served as a security officer in Arizona and in Louisiana and with hospital police in Houma, Louisiana. Since 2021, he has imparted his deep faith as a minister with Universal Life Church Ministries. He volunteered with the Young Marines, a youth program in the United States and Japan open to all youth between the ages of eight to 18 founded to promote the mental, moral, and physical development in its members of the principles of honesty, fairness, courage, respect, loyalty, dependability, attention to duty, and fidelity to the United States and its institutions. Mr. Cormier served the organization as a drill instructor and did classroom instruction and taught about the military.
As a career highlight, Mr. Cormier cites his service as one of the honor guards accompanying Vietnam P.O.W’s returning to the United States, and unloading and loading Air Force 2 for Vice President Nelson Rockefeller when he attended the funeral of Chiang Kai-shek, president of nationalist China. In his retirement, Mr. Cormier has been a prolific writer of more than 130 stories and in the coming years would like to get some of them published.
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