MYSTERY SURROUNDS SUDDEN RESIGNATION
OF AIR FORCE RESERVE COMMAND TOP-RANKING
ENLISTED MEMBER - CMD CHIEF MASTER SGT
KATHLEEN BUCKNER QUITS - OFFICIAL BIO TAKEN
DOWN - LITTLE COMMENT ON REASON WHY SHE
ABRUPTLY GONE - AIR FORCE TIMES REPORTS
BUCKNER DECLINES TO BE INTERVIEWED

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The top-ranking enlisted member at Air Force Reserve Command has suddenly resigned and no official source wants to be quoted as to why.

Command Chief Master Sgt. Kathleen Buckner has mysteriously quit and declined an interview with Air Force TIMES.

Her reason for resigning, according to her, is because of "personal reasons."

We tried to obtain her official bio off the Internet but were greeted with this message: "The requested biography no longer exists. You do not have access to view it."

All this adds up to something more than meets the eye. Buckner has been in the military since she enlisted back in 1987.

A VETERAN OF 25 YEARS SERVICE

As of press time, we have no solid indication as to whether she quit on her own or was forced out. There are no charges pending.

The Gary, Ind. native has been in her former position since December of 2011. Prior to that, she was the command chief master sgt. for the 349th Air Mobility Wing at Travis AFB in California.

Buckner left active duty in 1997 and has served as a traditional Air Force Reservist, as well as periods of full-time duty.

The much-decorated NCO deployed to Southwest Asia in 2007 in support of Air Force operations in both Iraq and Afghanistan, according to a 2012 press release.

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