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January 11, 2013

Warrior of the Week December 24, 2012

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Desert Lightning Team’s Weekly Warrior: Airman 1st Class William R. Stressman

Desert Lightning Team’s Weekly Warrior: Airman 1st Class William R. Stressman

Family: Single

Hometown: Mt. Pleasant, MI

Unit: 563rd OSS

Job title: Aircrew Flight Equipment Journeyman

Job description: Inspects, maintains, packs and adjusts equipment such as flight helmets, oxygen masks, parachutes, flotation devices, survival kits, helmet mounted devices, and night vision goggles.

Most rewarding job aspect: Being a part of the rescue mission

Goals: Make BTZ, earn associates degree, and volunteer on the local community more

Hobbies: Golfing, going to the movies, going to UofA sporting events, and watching sports on TV

Favorite performer: Toby Keith, Adam Sandler

Favorite dish: Pizza

I’m proudest of: Family and Friends

Best Asset: Savings Account

Person I admire most:  My Mom

Pet Peeve:  When people talk about Basic Training and Technical School

What I like most about D-M: IThe Local area/environment

943rd OSF at a glance

Wing Commander:  Col. Jason L. Hanover

Squadron commander: Lt. Col. Justin D. Demarco

First Sergeant: Master Sgt. David M. Argabright

Squadron Motto: in omnia paratus “Ready for all things”




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