Monday, May 9, 2016

Former NAS leader joins Gulf Power

PENSACOLA, Fla. -- The former commanding officer at Naval Air Station Pensacola, Capt. Keith Hoskins, will join the Gulf Power team June 1. Hoskins, a former Blue Angels pilot, will serve as the major accounts and military affairs manager leading a team that serves the company's largest customers. Hoskins is replacing Ellis Oswald who is retiring. Hoskins' team will be responsible for managing Gulf Power's biggest customer accounts, with Eglin Air Force Base the largest. Hoskins also will be responsible for military affairs and work with local and state leaders on the retention and expansion of the military presence in Northwest Florida. Hoskins commanded NAS Pensacola for three years and served in the Navy for 27. During his Navy career, Hoskins also was commanding officer of Strike Force Squadron 15 and as national director of NROTC at Navy Service Training Command. (Source: Gulf Power, 05/09/16)