Command Biographies
VMFA-115 Executive Officer
Major Kristine S. Hall

Major Kristine Hall is a native of New York. After graduating from the United States Naval Academy with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, she commissioned into the U.S. Marine Corps in May 2008. She graduated The Basic School in January 2009. 

She completed flight school in Pensacola, FL, earning her wings in January 2011 and joined Electronic Attack Squadron-129, NAS Whidbey Island, WA.

In July 2012, Captain Hall reported to Marine Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron-3 (VMAQ-3), MCAS Cherry Point, NC. In September 2012, VMAQ-3 deployed to Al Udeid, Qatar in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. In January 2014 VMAQ-3 deployed to Al Udeid, Qatar in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Inherent Resolve, and other contingency operations. She served as the Responsible Officer, Ground Training Officer, Daily and Weekly Schedules writer, and S-1 Officer in Charge. 

Captain Hall was accepted into Class 149 at the United States Naval Test Pilot School (USNTPS) and graduated June 2016. She completed her test tour as a project officer in the Airborne Electronic Attack department at VX-23 and instructor in the Systems Department at USNTPS. 

In January 2018, Captain Hall transition to a Weapons Systems Officer in the F/A-18D. Upon completing the fleet replacement squadron, Major Hall reported to Marine Fighter Attack Squadron-251 (VMFA-251) where she served as the Logistics Officer. She deployed to Rovaniemi, Finland in support of Arctic Challenge and Bold Quest and to Isa Airbase, Bahrain in support of Operation Inherent Resolve and Freedom Sentinel. When VMFA-251 deactivated in April 2020, she joined Marine Fighter Attack Squadron-312 where she was the Assistant Operations Officer and deployed to Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan in support of Dynamic Force Employment and the Unit Deployment Program. She joined VMFA-115 in July 2021 as the Executive Officer. 
Major Hall’s personal awards include Air Medals (Strike Flight, Fourth Award), Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, and Navy Achievement Medal (gold star in lieu of second award).

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