New Commander at Air Base
Battle Creek’s Air National Guard Base gets a new commander this Saturday. A 1 p.m change of command ceremony will usher in Colonel Bryan Teff as commander of the 110th Attack Wing. Col. Teff takes over for Col. Ronald Wilson who has served as wing commander since 2012.
Col. Teff was selected to serve as wing commander by the Adjutant General of Michigan, Maj. Gen. Gregory Vadnais. Teff has more than 26 years of military service and brings a wealth of leadership experience to the position, having served as vice wing commander for the past 8 months.
After serving in various A-10 pilot and leadership roles, Col. Teff was assigned as the Chief of Combat Operations and the 110th Air Operations Squadron Commander at Battle Creek Air National Guard Base.
In April 2014, Col Teff was assigned to the 127th Wing, Selfridge ANGB as the Mission Support Group Commander.
Col. Teff and his wife, Andrea, have three children, with one being a recent graduate of Siena Heights University, a junior at Lakeland College, and a senior at Portage Central High School.