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The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania · Page 15

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GETTYSBURG TIMES • TUESDA Y, OCTOBER 15, 2002 B7 NEW STAR — Major General Jim Skiff, left and Zea Shultz, right, promote the Air National Guard's newest general, Brigadier General Ron Shultz during a ceremony at Fort Indiantown Gap. Shultz is the Pa. Air National Guard's director of operations. Shultz, of Cashtown, is employed full time at the United States Naval Supply System, Mechanicsburg. Cashtown man is a star 1 —_ Ronald Shultz earns promotion to • Brig. Gen. in Pa. Air Nat'I Guard I Ronald L. Shultz of Cashtown has been promoted_to the rank of tprigaflier general in the Pennsylvania Air National Guard. The promotion brings a new position, that of director of operations, with responsibilities for overseeing all Hying missions and maneuvers of Pennsylvania's three flying wings and their subordinate units. He provides advice to the adjutant general in all military matters pertaining to air operations in the state and advocates nationally for the modernization of equipment and facilities for over 4,000 members in the Pennsylvania Air National Guard. During the promotion ceremony, Major General James Skiff, deputy adjutant general for air. welcomed Shultz as a general officer. "Brigadier General Shultz exemplifies military leadership. His most recent initiative was on his last deployment when he was the first traditional guardsmen to command an, active duty installation in the Middle East..During ia* '• the r^ Expeditionary WingTti support of Operation Enduring Freedom. He set the standards for others to follow." Skiff then administered the "Oath of Office" where Shultz vowed the he, "will defend the constitution of the United States and the constitution of the state of Pennsylvania ... and faithfully discharge the duties of the office of brigadier general." Shultz concluded the ceremony, along with his wife Zea, with remarks describing the importance of the commitment to God, country and family. "It is because of all you that we are standing up here today. Without your dedication and support this promotion would not have been possible. This ceremony started with a prayer, continued with a promotion, and concluded with our expression of thanks," said Shultz. Shultz served in the active Air Force from November 1971 to March of 1977 first as a procurement officer and then, following pilot training, as an instructor pilot for the T-37 aircraft. Coming off active duty Shultz joined the , 1,9.3rd Special Operations. Wing .in '•'•H'arrisBurg 'where" he "served Initially as an aircraft commander in the EC-121 and the EC-130 aircraft before becoming chief of the command post and finally vice commander of the unit. He served in Urgent Fury (Grenada), Just Cause (Panama), Uphold Democracy (Haiti), Desert Shield/Desert Storm (Saudi Arabia/Kuwait). Allied Force (Kosovo), Joint Endeavor (Bosnia), Desert Thunder (Kuwait), and Operation Enduring Freedom. In civilian life. Shultz is employed with the United States Navy Supply Systems Command as a program manager. He is a graduate of Shippensburg University and Salve Regina University of Newport News. R.I.. where he earned a master's degree in .business management. Shultz has 31 years of military service and has been a member of the Pennsylvania Air National Guard since 1977. He is married to the former Zea Golden of Cashtown and has two daughters: Missy Carey of York Springs and Holly Miller of Gettysburg. In his free time he enjoys the outdoors and entertaining his ; -grandchildren'. 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Those who can't eat out on October 16, may send a check to Adams County World Food Day Committee, c/o South Central Community Action Programs. Inc., 153 North Stratton Street, Gettysburg. PA 17325. payable to RSVVP, APPLE BIN BAKERY 374 Arendtsvifl'e Road Biglerville, PA 17307 DAIRY QUEEN 915 York Road Gettysburg, PA 17325 GENERAL PICKETT'S BUFFET 571 Steinwehr Avenue Gettysburg, PA 17325 HIGH POINTE REST. 401 Buford Avenue Gettysburg, PA 17325 HONEY BEE DINER MAMMA VENTURA'S 3015 Baltimore Pike RESTAURANT Gettysburg, PA 17325 13 Chambersburg Street Gettysburg, PA 17325 PING'S CAFE 34 Baltimore Street Gettysburg, PA 17325 CHRISTOPHER'S HOT VVEINERS 225 Buford Avenue Gettysburg, PA 17323 ROSS'S READ'S VICKIE'S COUNTRY 65 W. Middle Street KITCHEN Gettysburg, PA 17325 (V) 5 South Main Street Biglerville, PA 17325 BIGGERSTAFF'S REST. 25 Sandoe Road BOBBY A'S ERNIE'S TEXAS LUNCH ; Gettysburg, PA 17325 688 Chambersburg Road 58 Chambersburg Street Fayetteville, PA 17222 (V) Gettysburg, PA 17325 DINO'S PIZZA 226 Steinwehr Avenue DUNLAP'S RESTAURANT GINA'S PLACE Gettysburg, PA 17325 (V) % Buford Avenue 16 E. Hanover St Gettysburg, PA 17325 (V) (Bonneauville) GETTYSBREW Gettysburg, PA 17325 248 Hunterstown Road GINGERBREAD MAN Gettysburg, PA 17325 (V) 217 Steinwehr Avenue LINCOLN DINER Gettysburg, PA 17325 (V) 32 Carlisle Street Gettysburg, PA 17325 KYLE'S Abbottstown Street RAGGED EDGE CAFE East Berlin,PA 17316 , 110 Chambersburg Street Gettysburg, PA 17325 THE PUB & RESTAURANT 21 Lincoln Square Gettysburg, PA 17325 The following organizations are participating in some way other than giving 10% of their receipts: Hickory Bridge Farm, Dobbin House, Tommy's Pizza & Gettysburg Family Restaurant. HUNGER HURTS! COMPASSION HELPS! (Adams County World Food Day Committee) (V) = Restaurants serving Vegetarian Dishes. ETTYSBURG The Evening Sun

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