"BONEYARD" COMMANDER GETS THE BOOT
COL M. ROMERO FIRED AT DAVIS-MONTHAN
IN ARIZONA - FEMALE SENIOR OFFICER HAD BEEN
BOSS OF THE 309TH AEROSPACE MAINTENANCE
AND REGENERATION GROUP - HAD BEEN IN CHARGE
FOR LESS THAN A YEAR - WAS PROMOTED TO
RANK OF FULL COLONEL IN AUGUST 2014

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Davis-Monthan AFB in Arizona - the famed airplane "boneyard" - is the place old war birds go to die.

It is also the place where Col. Margaret Romero's career crashed and burned.

We're still trying to find out just why she got the axe, but our CI's have come up empty-handed, so far. MCC welcomes any of you out there that might have INTEL for us on just why Romero was ousted.

The facts are that she got the job there last June.

A PROMOTION TO COLONEL, THEN DISASTER

Romero was promoted to full colonel in August. And in only nine months, she's been relieved of command.

Brig. Gen. Carl Buhler, commander of the Ogden Air Logistics Complex in Utah canned Romero May 11 "due to a loss of confidence in her ability to effectively lead the organization."

She was replaced by Col. Matthew Ponsil. Romero has been temporarily reassigned to a position within the 12th Air Force.