Windermere Agent Served Under Presidents Clinton And Bush


Randy Wiemer isn’t your typical agent. He served in the U.S. Air Force for 20 years and retired in 2004. After graduating from Florida State University he was Commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in May 1984. He graduated Undergraduate Navigator Training and KC-135 Navigator Training and headed off to his first duty assignment at Altus AFB, Oklahoma.

Other duty assignments included Grandforks AFB, North Dakota, Patrick AFB, Florida, Yokota Air Base, Japan, Scott AFB, Illinois, and Camp Pendleton Marine Corp Base, California.

He says his most interesting job assignment was as a Presidential Advance Officer for Air Force One. “My responsibilities required me to proceed AF-1 and arrange all the logistical support requirements for the Aircraft. I served under President Clinton and President Bush,” says Weimer.

“My final job was as the Air Mobility Command Liaison Officer (AMLO) for the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force (I MEF), Camp Pendleton, CA. My job responsibilities included advising the Commanding General and staff officers on Air Mobility Command (AMC) airlift issues and coordinate airlift requirements. After 9-11, I helped coordinate the airlift requirements for the Marines to deploy to the Gulf region for Operation Iraqi Freedom. I deployed with the Marines and spent six months in the region coordinating Theater airlift requirements,” he adds.

He’s a Master Navigator, with over 2,790 flight hours in the following aircraft: T-43, KC-135A, KC-135Q, KC-135R, C-130E, C-130H, HC-130P. In June 2004 he retired as a Major from the USAF.

Today, Wiemer is a Windermere Realtor, e-PRO (Certified Internet Professional) and Ecobroker Certified.

You can reach him at

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.