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CW5 Allen R. (Randy) Godfrey

Chief Warrant Officer of the Aviation Branch

Chief Warrant Officer of the Aviation Branch

Chief Warrant Officer Five Allen R. Godfrey entered the Army in 1987 and attended Basic Training at Fort Jackson, S.C. He graduate Warrant Officer Candidate School and Warrant Officer Flight Training in 1989 as an AH-1 Aviator.

Godfrey completed all levels of Warrant Officer Professional Military Education culminating with the Warrant Officer Senior Staff course. His military education includes OH-58D Instructor Pilot Course, Instrument Flight Examiners Course, High Altitude Aviation Training, Aviation Master Gunner Course, Electronic Warfare Officer Course, Aviation Life Support Equipment Course and Air Assault School. He earned a Bachelor of Science from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. He earned an Associate of Science Degree from Lake City Community College.

Godfrey’s assignments include Gibelstadt, Germany; Fort Bragg, N.C.; Fort Hood, Texas; Camp Stanton, Korea; Fort Rucker, Ala.; Budingen, Germany; Fort Stewart, Ga.; Fort Campbell, Ky., and Hunter Army Airfield, Ga. He deployed to Kosovo, twice to Iraq and three times to Afghanistan. His duties included standardization officer, master gunner, platoon leader, instructor pilot, flight leader and unit trainer. Godfrey recently served as the command chief warrant officer of the 3rd Combat Aviation Brigade.

Godfrey is a Master Army Aviator with over 5,800 hours and 1,500 combat hours. He earned the Combat Action Badge and the Air Assault Badge. His award are typical for his time in service and combat deployments.

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