Chief Master Sgt. Christine Adamick Germain

Soprano Vocalist and the Superintendent

Singing Sergeants, The United States Air Force Band, Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, Washington, D.C.

Chief Master Sgt. Christine Adamick Germain is a soprano vocalist and the Superintendent of the Singing Sergeants, The United States Air Force Band, Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, Washington, D.C. A native of Newington, Connecticut, her career in the Air Force began in June, 1995.

A 1995 graduate of Bowling Green State University, Germain earned a Bachelor of Music Education degree. While at Bowling Green, she was an active member of Sigma Alpha Iota music fraternity and Alpha Phi sorority. Additionally, she was awarded the Helen McMasters Scholarship for Education in 1994, the School of Music's Vocal Talent Award for three consecutive years and the Bowling Green Women's Club Talented Artist of the Year award. At Bowling Green, she also performed a variety of roles with the school's Opera Theater. Prior to joining The United States Air Force Band, Germain performed as a resident artist with the Toledo (Ohio) Opera Company, as well as making several guest appearances with the Black Swamp Players Theater of Ohio. She was awarded Alpha Phi International Fraternity's 2012  "Ursa Major Award" for professional achievement. Germain has studied with Dr. Barbara Lockard-Zimmerman, Marilyn Cotlow, Martha Ellison,Wendy Glaubitz and Claudia Catania.

Germain was a founding member of the Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling Middle Tier Council and a member of the Washington Area Top 3. She was a distinguished graduate from the United States Navy Senior Enlisted Academy in 2010. Air Force career highlights include performing the national anthem at Super Bowl 48 and Super Bowl 50, and singing for the funeral of former Presidents Ronald Reagan and Gerald Ford.