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Chief Master Sergeant Jeremy Remley

Chief Master Sergeant Jeremy Remley is the Chief Enlisted Manager for the United States Air Force Heartland of America Band at Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska.  He serves as the principal advisor to the commander stationed at Langley Air Force Base and is responsible for functional oversight of personnel, resources, readiness, and operations in support of 175 missions annually across a 77,000-square mile area of responsibility furthering Air Combat Command’s strategic communication, resiliency and future focus priorities.  Additionally, his 15-member team supports United States Strategic Command, Air Forces Central Command, and Air Force District of Washington international engagement priorities.

Prior to entering the military, Chief Remley attended Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Education.  He continued his education at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina where he completed coursework towards his Masters Degree in Music Education.

Chief Master Sergeant Remley began his military career in 1993 as a Reservist in the United States Marine Corps while still attending college.  Upon graduation, he continued his service by entering active duty with the Second Marine Aircraft Wing Band at Cherry Point, North Carolina where he served as the Assistant Enlisted Band Leader and performed on the tuba.  In 2001, he “crossed into the blue” and began his career as an Airman at Langley Air Force Base, Virginia.   There he had the opportunity to tour some of the most beautiful and scenic areas of the country's east coast on behalf of Air Combat Command.  He later had the privilege to serve with the United States Air Forces in Europe Band where he helped build and sustain international relationships across Europe.  In 2009, Chief Remley seized the opportunity to mold some of our forces newest Airmen by stepping out of his career field and serving in a special duty assignment as a Military Training Instructor at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas where he led the 737th Training Group Drum and Bugle Corps.  During his time as an MTI, he also served as the First Sergeant for the 323rd Training Squadron.  Upon completion of this assignment, Chief Remley returned to his career field with the United States Air Force Academy Band where he furthered the reach of the Air Force’s premier educational institution, and contributed to the development of the next generation of Air Force officers.  While stationed in Colorado, he completed a deployment to Al Udeid Air Base where he served as the Director of Operations for the United States Air Force Central Command Band.  Prior to assuming his current role, Chief Remley served as the Superintendent for the United States Air Force Band of the Pacific where he supported Pacific Air Force’s vital international partnership building and strategic communication objectives in the Indo-Pacific area of responsibility.


1993 - USMC Boot Camp, Parris Island, SC
1996 - Bachelor of Music Education, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC
1999 - USMC Corporal's Course, Cherry Point, NC
2002 - Airman Leadership School, Langley AFB, VA
2008 - Noncommissioned Officer Academy, Kapaun Air Station, Germany
2009 - Military Training Instructor School, Lackland Air Force Base, TX
2011 - Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy, non-resident Course 14
2014 - USMC Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy, Camp Pendleton, CA
2020 - Chief’s Leadership Course, Maxwell Air Force Base, AL


1993 - 1997, Raleigh Reserve Support Unit, NC
1997 - 2001, Assistant Enlisted Band Leader, Cherry Point Air Station, NC
2001 - 2006, Regional Band Journeyman, Langley Air Force Base, VA
2006 - 2009, Regional Band Craftsman, Sembach Air Base, Germany
2009 - 2013, Military Training Instructor and First Sergeant, Joint Base San Antonio, Texas
2013 - 2017, Superintendent, Peterson Air Force Base, CO
March - August 2015, Superintendent, Deployed to Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar
2017 - 2019, Superintendent, Yokota Air Base, Japan
2019 - present, Chief Enlisted Manager, Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska


Air Force Meritorious Service Medal with Three Oak Leaf Clusters
Air Force Commendation Medal with Three Oak Leaf Clusters
Joint Service Achievement Medal
Air Force Achievement Medal
Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal with One Gold Star
National Defense with One Bronze Star
Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
Small Arms Expert Ribbon with One Oak Leaf Cluster


2002 Distinguished Graduate Award, Airman Leadership School
2002 Commandant's Award, Airman Leadership School
2008 Distinguished Graduate Award, Noncommissioned Officer Academy
2009 Commander's Top Graduate Award, Military Training Instructor School
2013 Sergeant Major Dan Daly Top Graduate Award, USMC Senior NCO Academy



Private First Class - May 1993
Lance Corporal - February 1994
Corporal - November 1995
Sergeant - January 1998
Senior Airman - July 1999
Staff Sergeant - May 2002
Technical Sergeant - June 2006
Master Sergeant - April 2011
Senior Master Sergeant - January 2015
Chief Master Sergeant - February 2019