Air Force

April 5, 2013

Triplets enlist in the162nd Fighter Wing

Col. Mick McGuire, commander of the 162nd fighter wing, will enlist Adrianna Aubuchon on April 6, 2013 at 10 a.m., at the 162nd Fighter Wing, Tucson, AZ.
Adrianna Aubuchon is the final of three triplet siblings to enlist in the 162nd Fighter Wing. Her siblings, Christopher Aubuchon and Andrew Aubuchon, enlisted the beginning of January 2013. The triplets turned 18-years old on March 31.

Christopher Aubuchon will be going into avionics, Andrew Aubuchon into the nondestructive inspection work center and Adrianna Aubuchon will become a dental assistant. Christopher Aubuchon is scheduled to attend Basic Military Training August 2013, and Andrew and Adrianna Aubuchon are awaiting their training dates.

The siblings are excited to embark on their military careers, and are happy to be serving together as they serve their country.

Their parents are thrilled and very supportive of their decision to become military members, especially doing so while close to home.




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