Ohio National Guard Assistant Adjutant General for Air

Brigadier General Gregory N. Schnulo

Ohio Assistant Adjutant General - Air, Brigadier General Gregory N. Schnulo

Assistant Adjutant General
Ohio National Air Guard
Brig. Gen. Gregory N. Schnulo

Official Biography (pdf)
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Brigadier General Gregory N. Schnulo is the Assistant Adjutant General for Air, Ohio National Guard. He is responsible to the Commander of the Ohio Air National Guard for directing Air National Guard operations and establishing policy to ensure mission readiness of more than 4,600 personnel assigned to four flying wings and six geographically separated support units.

General Schnulo received his commission in 1988 through the Academy of Military Science, McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base, Tennessee. Prior to receiving his commission, General Schnulo served as an enlisted member of the 910th Airlift Group, U.S. Air Force Reserve and the 121st Maintenance Group, Ohio Air National Guard. He has served in various operational and staff assignments to include Air Director of Staff, Ohio National Guard and two Wing Commands. He is a Master Navigator with over 2,900 hours in the KC-135 E/R. He has flown in support of Operation Desert Shield, Operation Desert Storm, Operation Northern Watch, as well as Detainee Movement Operations.