Lt Col Andrew D. St. Jean most recently was the Commander, 101st Intelligence Squadron, 102d Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Group, Otis Air National Guard Base, Massachusetts. The squadron operates the AN/GSQ-272 SENTINEL at Distributed Ground Station— Massachusetts (DGS-MA) as part of the Air Force Distributed Common Ground System.  In this role, Lt Col St. Jean led over 230 military and civilian personnel from various intelligence disciplines in providing analysis and near real-time processing, exploitation, and dissemination of intelligence products directly supporting fielded forces and other United States combatant commander requirements. 

Lt Col St. Jean, a native of Agawam, Massachusetts, received his commission in 2002 through the Reserve Officer Training Corps program at The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina.  He began his career as an active duty intelligence officer with assignments at Osan Air Base, ROK and Pope AFB, North Carolina along with deployments to Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan, in support of OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM.  In 2006 Lt Col St. Jean transitioned to the Massachusetts Air National Guard (MA ANG) as a Drill Status Guardsman while he attended law school at the Boston College Law School.  In 2011, Lt Col St. Jean  attended the Intelligence Weapons Instructor Course at Nellis AFB, Nevada and went back to the MA ANG as a full-time Intelligence Weapons Officer with the 104th Fighter Wing.  In 2013 Lt Col St. Jean returned to Nellis AFB as an instructor and Director of Operations at the Weapons School assigned to the 19th Weapons Squadron.  Prior to beginning his tour as squadron commander, Lt Col St. Jean was assigned as Aide-de-Camp to the Chief of Staff, United States Air Force, Headquarters Air Force, Pentagon, Washington, D.C.  

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