ARPC colonel selected for Pentagon's 'Profile in Leadership' display

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  • By Air Force Reserve Command Public Affairs

The Office of the Air Force Reserve refreshed its Profiles in Leadership display at the Pentagon Dec. 8 with 16 new profiles. One of those profiled is Col. Richard Erredge, director of the Total Force Service Center at Headquarters Air Reserve Personnel Center, Buckley Air Force Base, Colorado. 

The display celebrates and honors Reserve Citizen Airmen and civilians for their contributions in serving the nation. This is the third round of portraits unveiled in the Pentagon. 

The Air Force Reserve plans to replace the portraits every year with leaders who contribute to the Air Force Reserve legacy. The display is intended as a lasting testament to the proud tradition of excellence and service by America’s Reserve Citizen Airmen.

Portraits are on display in the Pentagon on the fifth floor, A-ring, between corridors 10 and one until further notice. Col. Erredge's profile can be viewed here. The other individual portraits can be viewed on the Profiles in Leadership Volume III page as well. 

Leaders featured in the exhibit:

Col. Richard Erredge
Col. Mark Arnholt
Mr. Rickey Harrington
Lt. Col. John Marks
Lt. Col. Steve Smith
Lt. Col. Bill Walsh

Lt. Col. Casey Dodds
Maj. S. Brint Carlton
Maj. Christina Hopper
Maj. Ryan Schmidt
Maj. Jill Sliger
Maj. Ramon Rodriguez
Capt. Oriana Mastro
Senior Master Sgt. Wallace Wood
Tech. Sgt. Perla Tapia-Cordero
Staff Sgt. Julimar Fuentes