Andrew Darcangelo retired from active duty as a chief warrant officer 4 in March 2004, after 29 total years of service. Immediately following retirement, he transitioned to civilian service as a program analyst in the Aviation Proponency Directorate, later re-designated the Organization and Personnel Force Development Directorate and promoted to deputy director.
Darcangelo entered the military in the U. S. Air Force in March 1971 as a C-130 loadmaster with tours of duty in Vietnam, Guam and multiple bases within the U.S. He entered the Army in March 1984 and attended and graduated the Initial Entry Rotary Wing course as a warrant officer 1. Over his 29 years of service, Darcangelo served in several Aviation units as a UH-60 Black Hawk standardization instructor pilot and worked on many staff and command positions to include the last camp/airfield commander of Camp Page, Korea. His career culminated in Aviation Proponency as a personnel proponent system manager.
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