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Meet Chuck Enderlin


Growing up in Little Rock, Arkansas, Chuck Enderlin learned about the importance of family and the value of hard work at an early age. In high school, he participated in Marine Corps JROTC, earned his Eagle in Boy Scouts, and graduated in the top of his class. After school and on weekends Chuck worked in his parents’ second-generation dry cleaning business. Each Sunday he attended church with his family where he assisted as an altar server.

 

In 1999, Chuck accepted an appointment to the United States Naval Academy. He quickly became involved with the Catholic Midshipmen Club, the Catholic Choir, and the USNA Silent Drill Platoon. Following 9/11, he was chosen to be part of a limited group of students for the first ever Human Factors in Combat course, a deep examination of the mental and emotional preparation required of military leaders. He was additionally selected to be a detailer for Plebe Summer and taught incoming students how to shoot the M9. Chuck earned his degree in Aerospace Engineering in 2003.

 

Upon graduating, Chuck decided to become a fighter pilot and follow in the footsteps of his grandfather who flew during WWII. After training in Quantico, VA; Pensacola, FL; and Meridian, MS, Chuck earned his Wings of Gold in 2006. He learned to fly the F/A-18 Hornet in Oceana, VA before getting stationed in Beaufort, SC with the 533 Hawks.

 

His first deployment was to the Western Pacific. Chuck flew missions along the North Korean border and participated in exercises in Malaysia, Thailand, and Japan. Later, Chuck deployed to Helmand, Afghanistan. He was responsible for scheduling air support operations, including Operation Khanjar, the largest Marine helicopter assault since Vietnam.

 

Afterward, Chuck returned to Meridian, MS to train the next generation of fighter pilots. Chuck is currently a pilot for Delta Air Lines but continues to serve as a military reservist today. In 2015 he was promoted to the rank of Major. Chuck has been awarded the Afghanistan Campaign Medal, the Global War on Terror Expeditionary Medal, the NATO Medal, the NATO Medal-ISAF Afghanistan, the Presidential Unit Citation, and two Navy-Marine Corps Achievement Medals.

 

Most important to Chuck, however, is his family. During his time in Pensacola, Chuck met his wife-to-be Jenny one night while swing dancing at American Legion Post 33. After much convincing, she eventually agreed to date him. They have now been happily married for nine years and are the proud parents of two little girls they have chosen to raise in Newnan, Georgia.


It's time to replace Drew Ferguson

with a leader who listens.


Meet

Chuck Enderlin


Growing up in Little Rock, Arkansas, Chuck Enderlin learned about the importance of family and the value of hard work at an early age. In high school, he participated in Marine Corps JROTC, earned his Eagle in Boy Scouts, and graduated in the top of his class. After school and on weekends Chuck worked in his parents’ second-generation dry cleaning business. Each Sunday he attended church with his family where he assisted as altar server.

 

In 1999, Chuck was accepted to the United States Naval Academy. He quickly became involved with the Catholic Midshipmen Club, the Catholic Choir, and the USNA Silent Drill Platoon. Following 9/11, he was chosen to be part of a limited group of students for the first ever Human Factors in Combat course, a deep examination of the mental and emotional preparation required of military leaders. He was additionally selected to be a detailer for Plebe Summer and taught incoming students how to shoot the M9. Chuck earned his degree in Aerospace Engineering in 2003.

 

Upon graduating, Chuck decided to become a fighter pilot and follow in the footsteps of his grandfather who flew during WWII. After training in Quantico, VA; Pensacola, FL; and Meridian, MS, Chuck earned his Wings of Gold in 2006. He learned to fly the F/A-18 Hornet in Oceana, VA before getting stationed in Beaufort, SC with the 533 Hawks.

 

His first deployment was to the Western Pacific. Chuck flew missions along the North Korean border and participated in exercises in Malaysia, Thailand, and Japan. Later, Chuck deployed to Helmand, Afghanistan. He was responsible for scheduling air support operations, including Operation Khanjar, the largest Marine helicopter assault since Vietnam.

 

Afterward, Chuck returned to Meridian, MS to train the next generation of fighter pilots. Chuck is currently a pilot for Delta Air Lines but continues to serve as a military reservist today. In 2015 he was promoted to the rank of Major. Chuck has been awarded the Afghanistan Campaign Medal, the Global War on Terror Expeditionary Medal, the NATO Medal, the NATO Medal-ISAF Afghanistan, the Presidential Unit Citation, and two Navy-Marine Corps Achievement Medals.

 

Most important to Chuck, however, is his family. During his time in Pensacola, Chuck met his wife-to-be Jenny one night while swing dancing at American Legion Post 33. After much convincing, she eventually agreed to date him. They have now been happily married for nine years and are the proud parents of two little girls they have the privilege of raising in Newnan, Georgia.


It's time

to replace

Drew Ferguson

with a leader

who listens.


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*Chuck Enderlin is a member of the Marine Corps Reserves. Use of his military rank, job titles, and photographs in uniform does not imply endorsement by the Department of the Navy or the Department of Defense.

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Committee to Elect Chuck Enderlin
P.O. Box 1174 Newnan, GA 30264
470-400-5920
staff@chuckenderlin.com

Chuck-Enderlin-For-Congress

Committee to Elect Chuck Enderlin
P.O. Box 1174 Newnan, GA 30264
470-400-5920
staff@chuckenderlin.com