Chisholm reprises roles as State Command Chief Published April 28, 2008 By 128 ARW MILWAUKEE, Wis. -- Chief Master Sgt. James F. Chisholm has been chosen as the next Command Chief Master Sergeant for the Wisconsin Air National Guard. Chisholm had once previously served at State Headquarters in Madison as the State Command Chief. In this latest assignment as the top enlisted member of the Wisconsin Air National Guard, Chisholm will succeed current State Command Chief Master Sergeant., Chief Master Sgt. Michael Crivello. At the time of his ascension to his new position, Chisholm was serving as the wing command chief master sergeant at the 128th ARW in Milwaukee. Prior to that, he served in various duty positions in the 128th Maintenance Squadron. "Chief Chisholm is an outstanding chief and I would have been more surprised if he was not selected," said 128th Wing Commander, Col. Murry Mitten. Wisconsin Deputy Adjustant General - Air, Col. John McCoy also agrees the newly appointed command chief is a prime move for the organization. "Chief Chisholm brings a wealth of skills and over 36 years of experience to this assignment," said Colonel McCoy.