Bramer, Mark Alan, TSgt

Deceased
 
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Last Rank
Technical Sergeant
Last Primary AFSC/MOS
1A1X1-Flight Engineer
Last AFSC Group
Air Crew Operations
Primary Unit
1986-1995, 1A1X1, 962nd Airborne Air Control Squadron
Service Years
1979 - 1995
Enlisted Collar Insignia
Technical Sergeant

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Home State
Illinois
Illinois
Year of Birth
1961
 
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Contact Info
Home Town
Kankakee/Grant Park, Illinois
Last Address
Elmendorf AFB, Alaska

Date of Passing
Sep 22, 1995
 
Location of Interment
Saint Mary's Byzantine Catholic Church Cemetery - Tuscarora, Pennsylvania
Wall/Plot Coordinates
Not Specified

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 Military Association Memberships
In the Line of DutyAir Force Memorial (AFM)
  2014, In the Line of Duty
  2017, Air Force Memorial (AFM) - Assoc. Page


 Additional Information
Last Known Activity
He was killed in the crash of an E-3B Sentry soon after take-off from Elmendorf AFB, AK.  Friday September 22, 1995.

His Meritorius Service Medal citation:
Members of Flight Yukla 27 distinguished themselves in the performance of outstanding service to the United States and Canada while serving as E-3 Airborne Warning and Air Control Systems air crew members assigned to 3rd Wing, 962nd Airborne Air Control Squadron and the 381st Air Intelligence Squadron, Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska. They consistantly demonstrated outstanding airmanship while providing long range airborne surveillance, detection, identification, and command and control during deployed operations and in the Alaska region. All were dedicated volunteers selflessly serving, and fully committed to the defense of their nations and the Alaska region. Our memory of these airmen will forever be of professionals who stepped to the front and answered the call to duty and made the ultimate sacrifice in the cause of peace and freedom. The distinctive accomplishments of each of these individuals reflect credit upon themselves, the United States Air Force, and Canadian Forces.
   
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 Unit Assignments
Advancement Schools and CoursesAir Force Bases/ InstallationsAir Force Bases/ Installations965th Airborne Warning and Control Squadron
962nd Airborne Air Control Squadron
  1979-1980, Basic Aircraft Maintenance Technical Course
  1980-1982, Columbus Air Force Base
  1982-1984, Bitburg Air Base
  1985-1986, 1A1X1, 965th Airborne Warning and Control Squadron
  1986-1995, 1A1X1, 962nd Airborne Air Control Squadron
 My Aircraft/Missiles
T-38 Talon  F-15 Eagle/Strike Eagle  E-3 Sentry  
  1980-1982, T-38 Talon
  1982-1984, F-15 Eagle/Strike Eagle
  1984-1995, E-3 Sentry
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