Major Ashley-Ann M. Hajovsky
U.S. Air Force Fellow
Major Ashley-Ann M. Hajovsky, Commander for the 100th Security Forces Squadron, Royal Air Force, Mildenhall, England, was responsible for the physical security of a 1,168-acre installation that supports 18,000 personnel, protecting $4 billion of warfighting assets across two dynamic wings. She ensured 307 airmen and civilians were trained, equipped, and ready to support contingency operations. She oversaw critical programs to include the military working dog, law enforcement, force protection, and mission assurance.
Major Hajovsky entered the Air Force in December 2002 and completed Basic Military Training as an Honor Graduate in January 2003. She graduated from the Security Forces Academy at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, in April 2003. She later earned her degree and commissioned through the Officer Training School in February 2010. She has served in a variety of positions at the squadron, Major Command, and Headquarters United States Air Force levels, to include five combat deployments. Major Hajovsky is a graduate of the United States Army Airborne School and the Air Force Close Precision Engagement Course. Her notable staff tours include Aide-de-Camp to the Air Force Global Strike Command Commander, Chief Programmer for the Nuclear Deterrence Operations Division, at Headquarters United States Air Force. Prior to her current assignment, she served as the Deputy Chief of Corporate Branch, Headquarters United States Air Force, Pentagon, Virginia.