Command Chief Master Sergeant William Markham had a 30 year career in the Air Force starting in 1986. During that time he directed several airstrikes and in 2001, he was the first Airman in Afghanistan as a Combat Controller attached to “Triple Nickel” which he later received a silver star for actions of gallantry. After his retirement, Markham continued to serve his community first with the Special Operations Warrior Foundation and then later co-founded Project OVAT (One Vet @ a Time) that consists of a nationwide network of representatives that help Veterans with anything their needs.

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