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Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Hometown News: Jason Lichau

Jason C. Lichau has been selected for promotion to the rank of technical sergeant in the U.S. Air Force.

He is a systems integration project manager with Air Forces Southern Communications at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Tucson, Ariz., and has served in the military for 11 and a half years.

Lichau is the son of Charlene Lichau of Mentor Road, Louisville, Tenn., and Rick Lichau of Spartanburg, S.C.

His wife, Shena, is the daughter of Jim Walker of Papillion, Neb., and Rebecca Miller of Montgomery.

The staff sergeant graduated in 1998 from William Blount High School, Maryville, Tenn. In 2004, he earned two associate degrees from the Community College of the Air Force, Maxwell Air Force Base, Gunter Annex, Montgomery.


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I grew up in the military. Mom was an Air Force nurse for a few years, dad was a navigator on B-52s, among other things. One grandfather served in World War II, uncle is retired Navy, other grandfather and great-uncle served in Korea and a cousin is currently serving in the Marine Corps. Currently, I'm the military reporter for the Great Falls Tribune in Montana. Previously, 

As a military kids, we moved all over. As an adult, I've traveled all over and moved for work. But now, I'm putting down roots in Montana with my boyfriend. We just bought a house and are slowly but surely making it our home. We have more land that we know what to do with at the moment. Now we're getting a garden started, tearing down walls and having loads of fun at what we call the Homestead.

In a part life, I did PR for the guy who built the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on the National Mall, social media for the National Museum of Health and Medicine, before that, edited two military technology magazines for a publishing group in the DC area and before that, I was the military reporter (among other things) at the Montgomery Advertiser, covering Maxwell Air Force Base, the Alabama National Guard, veterans and anything else military related in the area. And in between all of that, I leave town, preferably the country, whenever possible. It all started when I spent a semester in New Zealand.

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