Salutes & Awards

May 10, 2012

Warrior of the Week May 11, 2012

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Staff Sgt. Janis C. Romawac

Desert Lightning Team’s Weekly Warrior: Staff Sgt. Janis C. Romawac

Family: Single

Hometown: Moreno Valley, Ca

Unit: 12th Air Force Intelligence Directorate

Job title: Latin American Intelligence Analyst

Job description:  Develops and delivers intelligence briefings to the 12 AF/CC, CFACC, CAOC Director and AFFOR staff. Produces AOR-focused medium to long range analytical products supporting intel community assessments. Oversees the creation of daily General Officer intelligence readbooks and special products supporting the 12 AF/CC. Manages air/air defense intel analysis & production in support of AFSOUTH objectives, planning, and policies.

Most rewarding job aspect:… It’s CLASSIFIED!

Goals: Get promoted to E-6 this year

Hobbies: Krav Maga, Hula/Tahitian dance, and traveling

Favorite performer: I don’t have one

Favorite dish: Thai Food… all of it!

I’m proudest of: My independence and being able to take care of myself physically, emotionally, financially and spiritually.

Best asset: I believe I am dependable. Give me a task and a deadline…I’ll get it done and I won’t short-change you.

Person I admire most: My grandmother. Since I was a young girl she taught me everything; from how to treat others, how to keep your house in order, and to how to pray.

Pet peeve: Lazy people, bad breath, and bad attitudes. So if you suffer from ALL three, that’s even worse!

What I like most about D-M It’s only 6.5 hours from “home,” Las Vegas and San Diego!

12th Air Force Intelligence Directorate at a glance

A2 Director: Colonel Kirk Karver

12 AF Commander: Lt. Gen. Robin Rand

First Sergeant: Senior Master Sgt. Tracy Deason




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