Tiffany Chambers

Retired Veteran

Tiffany Chambers was born in Warner Robbins, Georgia on July 6, 1982. She enlisted in the Air Force on 13 September 2000. She attended basic military training at Lackland AFB, TX and Aerospace Medical Services Apprentice training at Sheppard AFB, TX. She completed Phase II clinical training at Andrews AFB, MD. Her primary Air Force Specialty Code is 4N071- Aerospace Medical Services Craftsman and she holds a Specialty Experience Identifier (SEI) as a Critical Care Technician and a Specialty in Emergency Medicine.

Upon completion of her Phase II Training at Andrews AFB she continued her medical career at Andrews and have since been homestead in the NCR (National Capital Region). Her assignments include: Aerospace Medical Services Apprentice, Aerospace Medical Services Journeyman, Medical/Surgical Intensive Care/ Step Down ICU; Andrews AFB, MD. (2001-2005). Aerospace Medical Service Journeyman, Internal Medicine Clinic, ANCOIC; Andrews AFB, MD (2005-2007). Aerospace Medical Service Craftsman, Emergency Dept., EMT, Andrews AFB, MD (2007-2011); Medical Intensive Care Unit, ANCOIC; WRNNMC Bethesda, MD (2011- Current).

Her awards and decorations include AF Outstanding Unit Award (Fifth Oak Leaf Cluster), AF Good Conduct Medal (Third Oak Leaf Cluster), National Defense Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, AF Longevity Service (Second Oak Leaf Cluster), USAF Noncommissioned Officer Professional Military Education Graduate Ribbon (First Oak Leaf Cluster), and AF Training Ribbon.

Tiffany Chambers’ education and training include: Airman Leadership School (Andrews, AFB) Contingency Aeromedical Staging Facility (Camp Bullis, Texas). She has an Associate‚Äôs Degree in Allied Health Sciences and is a Certified Phlebotomist. Tiffany retired honorably from the US Air Force 30 Sept 2020 and is currently enrolled at the University of Maryland to complete her degree in Sociology all while being an Entrepreneur in Health and Beauty Care.

Tiffany Chambers is a proud mother of her daughter Alanna P. Etheridge, 14 who enjoys reading, write music, play the acoustic guitar, and Taekwondo. She is a philanthropist at heart and has the gift of servitude. Community work and helping others is her passion as well as the art of teaching dance and music.