Salutes & Awards

September 13, 2012

Warrior of the Week September 14, 2012

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Senior Airman Jennifer L. Dane

Desert Lightning Team’s Weekly Warrior: Senior Airman Jennifer L. Dane

Hometown: Lubbock, Texas

Unit: 612th AOC/ISRD

Job title: Operational Intelligence Analyst

Job description: Providing current intelligence to key leadership for the AFSOUTH mission and humanitarian/disaster relief readiness.

Most rewarding job aspect: Being able to use my skill set to improve how the mission is done and have the opportunity to learn more about our AOR and how I can improve my job.

Goals: My goals are to become an Air Force officer and to pursue law school with the aspirations of being a family attorney.

Hobbies: Serving on the board of directors for the Junior League of Tucson, Inc. and Culture of Responsible Choices (CoRC). I also enjoy traveling, camping and spending time with my closest friends and family.

Favorite performer: Kristin Chenoweth and Taylor Swift

Favorite dish: My mom’s enchilada casserole.

I’m proudest of: My younger brothers for being such amazing individuals and for their bright futures.

Best asset: Being a hard-working, loyal and passionate person.

Person I admire most: My grandmother Theta Brotherton and former PM Margaret Thatcher.

Pet peeve: Being late and people not meeting their true potential.

What I like most about D-M: I love the quality of people that are at D-M. Getting to know people from work and on-base organizations have been the best part about being stationed here.

612th Combined Air and Space Operations Center at a glance

Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Division Chief:

Col. Paul E. Wade.

First Sergeant:

Master Sgt. Damion Tellier

Squadron Motto:

“Raiders: Lead the Fight!”




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