Assistant Adjutant General, Air
Major General William O. Hill serves as the Assistant Adjutant General for Air and as Commander, Mississippi Air National Guard. He is responsible to the Adjutant General for directing Air National Guard operations and establishing policy, ensuring the combat readiness and mission capability of two flying Wings, a Combat Readiness Training Center, Air Support Operations Squadron, Air Component Operations Center, Special Operations Civil Engineering Squadron and an Air Control Squadron.
General Hill was commissioned in 1988, and received his pilot wings in 1989.  He has served as Wing Commander, Operations Group Commander, Chief of Safety, Chief of Command Post, Command and Control Officer and Line Pilot.  General Hill is a command pilot with more than 4,900 flying hours in C-​141's and C-17s.  He assumed his current position May 2015.

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