Ohio National Guard Commander - AIR


Brigadier General Todd M Audet

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

Ohio National Air Guard
Brigadier General Todd M Audet

Official Biography (pdf)
Official Photo (5"x7" @ 300 dpi)

Brigadier General Todd M. Audet is the Commander of the Ohio Air National Guard, in Columbus, Ohio. He is responsible to The Adjutant General for directing Air National Guard operations and establishing policy to ensure mission readiness of more than 5,100 personnel in four flying wings and six geographically separated support units.

General Audet was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant at the Academy of Military Science, McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base, Tennessee in August 1990. Prior to receiving his commission, General Audet was an enlisted member of the 180th Civil Engineering Squadron, located in Swanton, Ohio. General Audet served as an Explosives Demolition Officer as an additional duty at the 200th RED HORSE Squadron, Camp Perry, Ohio, December 2003 - July 2006. General Audet has served in various operations and command positions to include serving as Commander of the 200th RED HORSE Squadron and A7, Ohio National Guard. General Audet has participated in numerous stateside and overseas deployments to include New Horizons, Beyond the Horizon, Silver Flag, Noble Eagle, Enduring Freedom, Iraqi Freedom, and Ohio’s State Partnership program with Serbia and Hungary.