Amy A. Perry selected into the 1st Special Operations Wing Honorary Commanders Program
Amy A. Perry, Senior Partner/Mediator/Arbitrator, was selected into the 1st Special Operations Wing Honorary Commanders Program at Hurlburt Air Force Base.
The Honorary Commanders Program is a year-long program designed to build and maintain solid, mutually beneficial relationships between the local communities and Hurlburt Field. The program allows select local civic leaders frequent opportunities to visit Hurlburt Field and learn about the mission, participate in base functions and express their views on issues of mutual concern. They will use this knowledge to help the U.S. Air Force force foster understanding and support within the local community.
The honorary commanders tour each of the four groups in the wing during their year-long tenure. In addition to the quarterly tours, the honorary commanders will be invited to base events such as awards ceremonies, Operation Homecoming and changes of command, and they will be immersed into their assigned unit as much as possible, giving them hands-on experience in the program.
Additionally, their Hurlburt Field commander counterparts are encouraged to immerse their respective honorary commanders into as much of their field as possible. The commanders represent various local communities and are current leaders in their respective communities and they have a very limited military or government contractor background.