Chief Master Sergeant Bold Gantumur

Mongolian Air Forces

Chief Master Sergeant Bold Gantumur was born on 28 September 1975, in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. He attended the Mongolian Noncommissioned Officer Academy in 1993. He was assigned as a jet and helicopter engine mechanic and later became a senior technician. He later attended, and graduated from, the Mongolian Biomedical Engineering School, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

Chief Master Sgt. Gantumur has served in all NCO leadership positions from squad leader to senior leader. After completing the advanced course, he was appointed as the Sergeant Major of the Mongolian Army Hospital. He graduated from the U.S. Army Advance Leader Course in Fort Benning, Georgia, in 2015. He is currently assigned as the Chief Master Sergeant of the Mongolian Air Forces.

Chief Master Sgt. Gantumur’s operational deployments include, Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2005; Sierra Leone, Freetown in 2007; the United Nations–African Union Mission in Darfur in 2009; and with the International Security Assistance Force, Kabul, Afghanistan in 2013.

Chief Master Sgt. Gantumur awards and decorations include the Warrior Honor Medal, the Distinguished Military Service Medal, the Polish Army Service Medal, the Military Honor Medal, the UN Peacekeeper Medal, and the Military specification degree.

Chief Master Sgt. Gantumur is married to Davaasuren Odgerel, and they have three children Esugen, 16; Enkh-khuslen 15; and Enk-ujin 4.

Chief Master Sgt. Bold Gantumur is a graduate of Class 67 of the Sergeants Major Course.