EHS graduate McNab promoted to Lieutenant Colonel

Tom McNab was recently promoted to the rank of lieutenant colonel in the United States Air Force.

Tom McNab with family members Aimee, Teagan, William and Marti. Submitted photo

Tom McNab with family members Aimee, Teagan, William and Marti. Submitted photo

Tom McNab, 1996 graduate of Enumclaw High School, was promoted to the rank of lieutenant colonel in the United States Air Force. He is the son of longtime Enumclaw residents John and Marti McNab.

McNab is currently serving as judge advocate at Geilenkirchen NATO Air Base, Germany, where he is responsible for providing legal advice to the NATO Early Warning and Control Force E-3A Component Air Force Element Commander, the 470th Air Base Squadron Commander and multiple subordinate units and partner commands. He oversees the provision of legal services to approximately 3,000 U.S. military, civilian and dependent personnel.

McNab received a direct commission as an Air Force Judge Advocate in November 2005 and entered active duty in January 2006. He has served as a litigation attorney, deployed contracting attorney, executive officer and assistant professor of Law at the U.S. Air Force Academy, deputy staff judge advocate at Joint Base Lewis-McChord and most recently Air Command and Staff College. He is admitted to practice law before the Supreme Court of Washington state and the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces. He is also a certified mediator for the Air Force, Army, DoD, and the Seattle, Colorado and Atlanta Federal Executive Boards.

McNab and his wife Aimee have two children, Teagan and William.

Marti McNab, his mother, was able to attend the Promotion Ceremony in Germany along with brother Mike McNab and sister Heather (McNab) Latvala.

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