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Timothy Montjoy is the Founder/President for Operation Teammate, Inc. He was a Technical Sergeant (E-6) in the Air Force, 1996-2016.
“Being included with other phenomenal Veteran Champions indicates the work we all do is a team effort – Operation Teammate will continue to inspire military children.”
Champion’s Job Responsibilities:
Tim Montjoy is a retiree of the United States Air Force and currently resides in Augusta, Georgia. His Air Force career spanned from 1996-2016 and took him to such overseas assignments as Osan Air Base, South Korea, to Incirlik Air Base, Turkey, and Zabul, Afghanistan. Tim managed Tier-1 technical support by monitoring and reporting services related to Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C4I) for a $600 million infrastructure and $2.4 billion dollars in Air Combat Command assets. These services included systems used by the 31,000 active duty and retiree population throughout the Carolina region.
Why Montjoy was nominated for the Veteran Champions of the Year in Corporate America Award:
Tim and his entire family have a passion for making an impact with our military children throughout the military and local communities. This dedication directly supports the betterment of the military and civilian communities across our great nation. Operation Teammate provides military children with community resources and leadership opportunities to enhance their quality of life. Impact: We provide memorable sporting experiences to military children through impactful athlete interaction. “My dad was deployed and I was really sad, but attending the Operation Teammate experience was so much fun and was something I was able to look forward to.”