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Chief Master Sergeant Daryl P. Janicki
Security Police Manager
Security Forces Manager

Chief Janicki was born August 7, 1955, in McKeesport, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Elizabeth-Forward High School in 1973. He holds Associate Degrees in Police Science, and Educational and Instructional Technology from the Community College of the Air Force, and a bachelor of technology degree in Management from Peru State College, Nebraska.

Chief Janicki entered active duty in September 1973. His first assignment in May 1974 was to the 380th Security Police Squadron, Plattsburgh AFB, New York, where he performed nuclear security duties and was a member of the Standardization-Evaluation Team.

In July 1978, Chief Janicki was reassigned to the 3708th Basic Military Training Squadron, Lackland AFB, Texas as a Military Training Instructor. In August 1982, he returned to the Security Police career field and was assigned to the 44th Security Police Squadron, Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota, where he performed nuclear security duties as a squad leader. In August 1984, he was selected to be a member of the initial security force cadre assigned to initiate the Ground Launched Cruise Missile (GLCM) Program at Florennes Air Base, Belgium, where he served as a defense force superintendent and in various unit staff positions.

His next assignment in December 1985 was with the newly reactivated 432nd Security Police Squadron, Misawa Air Base, Japan, where he served as Security Superintendent and Training Superintendent in support of the beddown of the new F-16 wing. In January 1989, he was reassigned to the 509th Security Police Squadron, Pease AFB, New Hampshire, where he served as Flight Sergeant, Weapons System Security Superintendent, and Operations Superintendent. In October 1990, he was reassigned to Offutt AFB, Nebraska, with Headquarters, Strategic Air Command (SAC), Deputy Chief of Staff (DCS), Security Police, Programming Division, serving as Superintendent, Integrated Security Systems, Systems and Equipment Branch. In June 1992, upon the deactivation of SAC, Chief Janicki was reassigned to Langley AFB, Virginia, with the newly activated Headquarters Air Combat Command, Directorate of Security Police, Operations Division, serving as Superintendent, Nuclear Security Policy and Superintendent of the Nuclear Security Branch.

Chief Janicki assumed his current position in March 1996.

Military decorations include: Meritorious Service Medal with two oak leaf clusters and Air Force Commendation Medal with three oak leaf clusters.

He was promoted to Chief Master Sergeant on October 1, 1994.

Chief Janicki is married to the former Cathy DiClaudio of Elizabeth, Pennsylvania. They have two sons, Eric and Jason.