36th Mobility Response Squadron welcomes new commander Published June 29, 2008 By Airman 1st Class Carissa Wolff 36th Wing Public Affairs ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE, Guam -- An Assumption of Command for the 36th Mobility Response Squadron was held here June 27. The new 36th MRS commander Lt. Col. Joe Hayslett was selected last year by the Pacific Air Forces as Chief of Safety for Andersen; he has served in this capacity until now. He has also served as the operations officer for the 734th Air Mobility Squadron here. Some of his previous positions include joint strategic transportation planner for Central Command, European Command and Pacific Command; Air Mobility Control Center Flight Commander, and Flight Instructor at Combat Crew Training School, Altus Air Force Base, Oklahoma. Colonel Hayslett has a Bachelor of Arts in computer info systems from Eastern Kentucky University, a Master of Science, Logistics Administration from Georgia State College and University and a Master of Management from the University of Phoenix. The 36th Mobility Response Squadron will train, organize, equip and lead cross functional forces providing an initial Air Force presence and a potentially austere forward operation location as directed by the commander of the Pacific Air Forces.