Mariah Armga

U.S. Air Force


Chief Master Sergeant Mariah Armga is a Chief Master Sergeant serving as the Deputy Chief of Force Structure and Strategic Basing to the U.S. Air Force Legislative Liaison. She works directly with policy makers on national security and defense issues affecting Air Force missions worldwide. Additionally, she is a Congressional Liaison and Legislative Assistant for the Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force. She previously served as a Defense Fellow in the Office of Senator John Boozman, where her legislative portfolio included veterans affairs, intelligence, cybersecurity, space, science and technology, military construction, and homeland security. Prior to her time on Capitol Hill, Mariah served in various assignments as an analyst within the Intelligence Community and U.S. Air Force. She has deployed three times in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM and has served as a cyber weapon system liaison officer. Mariah holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from American Military University and a Master’s in Science and Technology Intelligence from the National Intelligence University. (This bio is current to when the participant joined FDD’s National Security Alumni Network.)

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