Guardian Fund Chairman
Congressman Barry Loudermilk, GA-11
Barry Loudermilk is a native of Georgia and a veteran of the US Air Force, where he served for eight years, working in the Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence operations arena. Barry joined the Air Force in 1984 and served at duty stations in Texas, Hawaii, and Alaska. Barry’s military accomplishments and awards include two Force Commendation Medals, one Air Force Achievement Medal, the United States National Defense Service Medal, as well as numerous awards and citations for services during the 1986 Philippine Crisis, the 1986 Air Raid on Libya, Operation Just Cause in Panama, and Operation Desert Storm.
While serving in the military, Barry earned a Bachelors Degree in Occupational Education and Information Systems Technology from Wayland Baptist University. He also holds an Associates Degree in Telecommunications Technology from the Community College of the Air Force.
Barry’s father is a veteran of World War II. Assigned to the 100st Medical Evacuation Hospital Barry’s father served as a medic during the Normandy invasion and the Battle of the Bulge. Barry’s brother is a Vietnam veteran. Serving in the United States Coast Guard his brother conducted combat patrols off of the coast of Vietnam and Cambodia.
Barry lives in the Cassville area of Bartow County with his wife Desiree and their three grown children.