PicMotions (pictures and motions) was founded in 2012 by two Air Force non-commissioned officers with a deep respect and commitment to the men and women of the armed forces of the United States of America. We specialize in capturing photographic memories honoring military service members during their retirement ceremony. We offer exceptional care in animating memories and capturing special moments within a video format. Our video presentations are designed in harmony with a service member’s retirement ceremony, family gathering or any special occasion.
PicMotions realize the key to a great video presentation is to make sure the service members and their families feel comfortable with their video presentation while honoring exceptional years of military service. We offer a variety of products to meet the retiring service member’s individual needs. Experience our specialized approach to quality and service making our company your choice in capturing/sharing your special moments.
Our goals are to expand our reach to the civilian employees of the federal government. They will be provided the same quality of care in capturing their memories in an exceptional video format. We are committed to developing outstanding video presentations and ensuring our customer’s and families are honored in an exceptional and dignified video presentation.
Chief Master Sergeant Trae R. King is the Command Chief Master Sergeant, 633rd Air Base Wing, Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Va.
She is the senior enlisted leader responsible to the 633 ABW Commander on enlisted issues and provides senior enlisted mentorship to more than 6,000 Air Force and Army personnel. The 633 ABW provides installation support to more than 100,000 military, civilian, and family members at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, which includes Headquarters Air Combat Command, three operational wings, two brigades, and 20 major associate units.
Chief King was born and raised in Cleveland and joined the Air Force in April 1985. She began her career as a personnel journeyman and has served in various key leadership positions to include 374th Airlift Wing Career Assistance Advisor, superintendent, Enlisted Force Development, Air Force Personnel Center and superintendent, 11th Mission Support Group, 11th Wing, Bolling AFB. Chief King deployed with the Army in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM and served as the first-ever AF R5 Plans and Program team chief. She is also a published author. The retirement ceremony will be held Friday 23 Jan 2015 at Bay view Common wealth Center, Langley AFB.
Senior Master Sergeant Angela S. Langhorne is the Superintendent of Maintenance Training and Education for the 56th Maintenance Group and Training Functional Manager for the 56th Fighter Wing, Luke Air Force Base, Arizona.
SMSgt Langhorne leads 32 members that serve as the focal point for all training matters impacting over 1700 maintenance personnel at Luke and Holloman Air Force Base. As the Superintendent of Maintenance Training, she has begun the stand up of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter training program, and the relocation of the F-16 Falcons to the 54th Fighter Group, Holloman AFB, New Mexico. In addition, SMSgt Langhorne led a team of SNCOs in standing up the Lightning Leadership Committee establishing the 56th Fighter Wing first ever professional development initiative developing over 700 enlisted personnel to date.
SMSgt Langhorne was born and raised in New Salisbury, Indiana and entered the Air Force in August 1991. Sergeant Langhorne is married to CMSgt (retired) Jesse J. Langhorne and they have two beautiful children Donte, 9, and Alaina, 2. She enjoys running, drawing, traveling, being active in the community, and spending time with her family and friends.
CMSgt Willie Applewhite, Jr., served as Chief, Logistics Support, Civil Engineering, Security Forces, Services, Contracting Enlisted Assignments and Enlisted Extended Deployments Branch, Airman Assignments Division, Directorate of Assignments, Headquarters, Air Force Personnel Center, Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, TX.
Chief Applewhite managed distribution and assignments of over 70,000 Airmen in 32 career fields and was responsible for a Permanent Change of Station budget in excess of 1 billion dollars.
Chief Applewhite was born in Seguin, Texas and enlisted in the Air Force in December 1983 after graduating from Seguin High School. He has served in a diverse range of Personnel and leadership positions at various levels of command top include the Squadron, Group, MAJCOM, and Field Operating Agency. His assignments included installations in Texas, Mississippi, Kansas, Germany, Arizona, Republic of South Korea, Turkey, and Hawaii. Additionally, he has deployed in support of contingency operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Senior Master Sergeant Damon Z. Smith is the Superintendent of Education and Training for HQ Air Force Personnel Center, Joint Base San Antonio - Randolph, Texas.
Sergeant Smith serves as the unit’s single focal point of required military and civilian training knowledge for 3,1800 personnel. His section develops, edits, and coordinates, training requirements needed for on-the-job training, upgrade training, professional military education, and newcomers orientation for personnel assigned to HQ Air Force Personnel Center.
Sergeant Smith joined the Air Force and reported to Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, for Basic Military Training in July 1987. He graduated from the Nuclear Weapons Specialist course at Lowry AFB, Colorado in February 1988 and retrained into the Education and Training career field in February 1999. During his career, he has served in various assignments from squadron to staff level.
The Chief, Operations Division, Headquarters Air Force Personnel Center, Randolph Air Force Base Texas.
He led one of the most diverse divisions in AFPC, comprised of 6 branches with 111 military, civilian and contractor personnel. He also aided the Secretary of the Air Force, Air Staff, Headquarters Air Force Reserve, Headquarters Air National Guard and major Air Force commands on actions involving officer and enlisted separation, retirement and promotion; and enlisted skills management. He also served as Special Assistant to the Director, Secretary of the Air Force, Personnel Council.
Colonel Pitts is a native of St Louis, Missouri, and was commissioned in 1987 through the Reserve Officer Training Corps at Southeast Missouri State University. He has served in a variety of personnel positions to include command, joint and staff officer assignments. Before arriving at Headquarters, Air Force Personnel Center, he was the Commander, 52nd Mission Support Squadron, Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany.
Chief Master Sergeant Jinjura "Jackie" Lynch was the Superintendent, Reserve Systems Requirements OL, Headquarters United States Air Force, Joint Base San Antonio Randolph, Texas.
CMSgt Lynch interpreted and correlated associated business processes with their respective data elements and data flow. Managed and directed activities associated with future system applications as they pertain to Air Force Reserve requirements. Trouble-shoots systems related/design flaws, and identified/recommended solution. Evaluated system initiatives and recommended approval/disapproval. Prepared the Air Force for the new DOD personnel/pay system DIMHRS. Chief Lynch was also the Superintendent, Air Force Personnel Operations Agency. She was the principle adviser on matters influencing the welfare, health, effective utilization and quality of life for all assigned military members. Chief Lynch entered the Air Force in December 1986.
She had twenty-five years experience in Military Personnel (seventeen years experience in Military Personnel Systems). During her career, she had held positions at unit, base, Numbered Air Force, and Headquarters Air Force. CMSgt Lynch assumed her current position October 2008. The American people would like to thank CMSgt Jackie Lynch for her sacrifice and the years dedication in defending our country.
Chief Master Sergeant Jesse J. Langhorne was the Superintendent of the Total Force Service Center assigned to Randolph Air Force Base, Texas.
He advised the Total Force Service Center Director and Chief of Operations on personnel matters affecting 148 enlisted members. Managed morale, health and welfare of active duty personnel in 3 diverse divisions in newly formed directorate. Supervised workforce management; leads rotational plan for professional growth of assigned enlisted personnel. Oversaw execution of Sustainment, Transition, Learning Management & Compensation life cycles to 330K customers.
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