Justin Deisch Wiki – Justin Deisch Biography
The top enlisted person at Ellsworth Air Force Base, Justin Deisch, has been removed from his position, according to a release from the 28th Bomb Wing Public Affairs Office.
Chief Master Sgt. Justin Deisch was ousted as the command chief for “behavior that demonstrated a lack of respect, judgment, and professionalism expected of a senior non-commissioned officer.”
His age is unclear.
Ellsworth’s Command Chief Removed
Justin Deisch, Chief Master Sergeant with the Air Force, is the former Ellsworth Air Force Base command chief who was removed from his position with the 28th Bomb Wing following an investigation that found he had engaged in “inappropriate conduct,” the South Dakota Air Force Base said.
Ellsworth Air Force Base officials say Justin Deisch was removed due to “behavior that demonstrated a lack of respect, judgment and professionalism expected of a senior non-commissioned officer.” https://t.co/eF4O1V3mPe
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A statement from the military said that Deisch was removed from his position “for behavior that demonstrated a lack of respect, judgment, and professionalism expected of a senior non-commissioned officer.”
Deisch, from Goshen, Ohio, became commander of the 28th Bomb Wing in June 2021. He joined the U.S. Air Force in 1995, according to his military bio.
Deisch described himself on his LinkedIn page as a “versatile missile maintainer with a proven track record of collaborating toward solutions.”
A statement from Ellsworth Air Force Base said that a “thorough investigation” took place into allegations lodged against Deisch, which determined his “removal was necessary.”
Colonel Joseph Sheffield, the 28th BW commander, removed Deisch from his position, the statement said. Deisch was in a leadership role over more than 3,000 airmen. Sheffield said in his statement that “all Airmen should be treated with dignity and respect.”
“Inappropriate conduct undermines standards of good order and discipline,” Sheffield said in the statement. “Based on the results of a thorough investigation, Chief Deisch’s removal was necessary to uphold these high standards. All Airmen should be treated with dignity and respect, and senior leaders should set the example for subordinates by exercising sound judgment and decision-making both on and off duty.”