Salutes & Awards

July 12, 2012

Warrior of the Week July 13, 2012

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Airman 1st Class Samuel Richard Barthelemy

Desert Lightning Team’s Weekly Warrior: Airman 1st Class Samuel Richard Barthelemy

Family:

Tasha Marie Barthelemy (Wife)

Hometown:

Yuma, AZ

Unit:

612 ACOMS

Job title:

CAOC C2 System Administrator

Job description:

Provide 24/7 network administration to CAOC mission systems.  Installs/updates/repairs $54M weapons systems across three classifications.

Most rewarding job aspect:

Knowing that I directly impact the Mission.

Goals:

To get my Masters in Computer Engineering

Hobbies:

Skateboarding, Gaming, Movies

Favorite performer:

Linkin’ Park

Favorite dish:

Enchiladas

I’m proudest of:

Joining the AF

Best asset:

Tenacity

Person I admire most:

My Father, William Barthelemy.

Pet peeve:

Getting locked down on base.

What I like most about D-M:

Everybody here has a smile on their face and is willing to go out of their way to help others.

612th ACOMS at a glance

Squadron commander:

Colonel Richard Palmieri

First Sergeant:

Master Sgt. Shawn White

Squadron Motto:

ACOMS! Online, On-time




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