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Technical Sergeant Bradley Green

Technical Sergeant Bradley Kerr Green - originally from Belton, Texas - is the music composer and arranger for the United States Air Forces in Europe Band.
TSgt Green began his freelance composing and arranging career in 2004 and continues to do so today, writing music for many world-class educational organizations and institutions.  From 1999 through 2003, TSgt Green was a performer, conductor, and music supervisor for the Tony Award and Emmy Award winning production Blast! – Original London Cast, Broadway, First National Tour, and The Power of Blast! In California. He earned his Bachelor of Arts with honors from The New School in 2008, and his master's degree from Troy University in 2014 - where he studied composing and arranging with Robert W. Smith.  TSgt Green was the winner of the NFMC American Music in the U.S. Armed Forces composition contest in 2017, as well as the runner-up in 2019.
2008 Bachelor of Arts with honors, Liberal Arts, The New School, New York, NY
2014 Master of Science, Post-Secondary Education – Music Industry, Troy University, Troy, AL
2019 Airman Leadership School, Langley AFB, VA
Ramstein AB, DE (September 2021-Present)
Joint Base Langley-Eustis, VA (January 2017-September 2021)
Air Force Commendation Medal
Air Force Achievement Medal
AF Good Conduct Medal
Air Force Recognition Ribbon
National Defense Service Medal
Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
USAF NCO PME Graduate Ribbon
Basic Military Training Honor Graduate
Small Arms Expert Marksmanship Ribbon (Rifle)
AF Training Ribbon
2019 ACC Public Affairs Airman of the Year
2019 Distinguished Graduate Award, Airman Leadership School
2017 New Public Affairs Musician of the Year
2017 Air Force Media Contest: Best Small Instrumental Composition/Arrangement