Air Force wing commander fired for alleged conduct unbecoming an officer

Col. Ryan Marshall

A US Air Force Wing Commander out of New Jersey was sacked on Wednesday, following allegations of conduct unbecoming of an officer.

Colonel Ryan Marshall has been removed from command of the 621st Contingency Response Wing at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst.

According to the Air Force Times, Air Force Expeditionary Center Commander Major General John Gordy was responsible for the firing, citing a loss of confidence due to “alleged conduct unbecoming of an officer.”

“This decision was made in the best interest of the men and women serving in the 621st CRW,” Gordy said in the release. “I hold our leaders to the highest standard because that’s what our Airmen deserve.”

621st CRW Vice Commander Colonel James Hall has taken over in Marshall’s place until a more permanent replacement can be determined.

Marshall graduated from the US Air Force Academy in 1994, and spend much of his career flying cargo and tanker aircraft.

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