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Brig. Gen. Thomas H. Mancino

Adjutant General for Oklahoma

Biography

Brigadier General Thomas H. Mancino was appointed as the Adjutant General for Oklahoma by Gov. Kevin J. Stitt in November 2021. In this function, he serves as the top military advisor to the Governor and commands the Oklahoma Army and Air National Guard.

General Mancino commissioned in 1992 through the Reserve Officer Training Corps at Oklahoma State University.  In previous assignments, he has served as the 90th Troop Command Commander, Oklahoma Army National Guard and Director of Information Technology/G6, Oklahoma Army National Guard.  General Mancino has commanded at the company, battalion and brigade levels.  Prior to receiving his commission, General Mancino served for six years as an Enlisted Soldier in the Oklahoma Army National Guard.

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220629-Z-HE811-2339.JPG Photo By: Sgt. Jason Boyd

MUNISING, Mich. - An MC-12W from the 137th Special Operations Wing, Oklahoma Air National Guard, lands on Michigan highway M-28 during Agile Combat Employment (ACE) training at Northern Agility-1 22 in Alger County, located in the Upper Peninsula of Mich., June 28, 2022. The Northern Agility exercise series exemplifies the MI ANG’s progressive vision for fighter forward arming and refueling training that will land aircraft in an austere landing zone, continuing to champion ACE and adaptive basing concepts for the U.S. Air Force. ACE not only requires novel equipment, but also innovative Airmen that can support the Multi-Capable Airmen (MCA) concept. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Jason Boyd)


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