Lieutenant Colonel Anjanette K. Lowe

Lieutenant Colonel Anjanette K. Lowe serves as the Commander of the 48th Aerial Port Squadron, 624th Regional Support Group, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii. As a traditional reservist, she is responsible for the oversight of the squadron’s wartime mission to train and deploy personnel in order to provide sustained aerial port operations at fixed and non-fixed terminals. Lieutenant Colonel Lowe was born and raised in Mililani, Hawaii and enlisted in the Hawaii Air National Guard in 1997. She earned her commission in 2005 as a Logistics Readiness Officer and was afforded the opportunity to total force integrate with the 613th Air Mobility Division assisting in humanitarian assistance and disaster relief efforts such as the American Samoa Earthquake and Tsunami disaster (2009), OPERATION TOMADACHI (2011), and OPERATION DAMAYAN (2013). Her prior assignment as an Exercise Planner to United States Indo-Pacific Command J37 Exercises Warfighting Division supported various USINDOPACOM exercises which included KEEN EDGE, KEY RESOLVE, TERMINAL FURY, MARARA, TEMPEST WIND, and PACIFIC SENTRY. In her civilian capacity, Lieutenant Colonel Lowe is a Department of Navy civilian assigned to USINDOPACOM, Operations Directorate (J3), Camp H. M. Smith, Hawaii. EDUCATION 2003 Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration (specialized in Justice of Administration), University of Hawaii West – Oahu, Pearl City, Hawaii 2008 Master of Science in Administration (specialized in Human Resource Management), Central Michigan University Distance Learning, Joint Base Pearl Harbor – Hickam, Hawaii 2009 Squadron Officer School, Maxwell AFB, Ala, by correspondence 2016 Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB, Ala, by correspondence 2019 Joint Humanitarian Operations Course, United States International Development, Ford Island Pearl Harbor, Hawaii 2019 LOG 399: Strategic Logistics Management, Air Force Institute of Technology, Joint Base Pearl Harbor – Hickam, Hawaii

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