CMSgt DARWIN P. MALLARI
Chief Master Sergeant Darwin P. Mallari is the 436th Force Support Superintendent. In this position, he provides vital mission support through manpower and personnel, service sustainment, force development, Airman and family services, community services along with mortuary affairs, honor guard, and installation readiness. He provides leadership and functional expertise to the Airmen that take care of over 5, 000 military and civilian, 4, 900 dependents and 16, 700 retirees. Chief Mallari facilitates the squadron commander's vision, daily operations and advises leadership on enlisted force matters. He is the strategic advisor to the wing on morale, and quality of life programs and initiatives.
CMSgt Mallari enlisted in the Air Force in December of 1993. His background includes various duties in Security Forces and Personnel Career Field. He served as a First Sergeant at Langley Air Force Base, Battalion Senior Enlisted Advisor for USMEPCOM and Superintendent of Manpower and Personnel Directorate, USTRANSCOM, Scott Air Force Base. He has deployed on several campaigns fighting the global war on terror such as Operations New Dawn and Enduring Freedom; Operation Desert Storm and Southern Watch; and Operation Sea Signal, Guantanamo Bay Cuba.