Salutes & Awards

November 30, 2012

Warrior of the Week: November 19th, 2012

Capt. Jason Giron

Family: Wife – Sarah, Son – Tucker (6yrs), Daughter – Annabelle (2yrs)
Hometown: Union, KY
Unit: 355th Comptroller Squadron
Job title: Flight Commander, Financial Analysis
Job description: Responsible for financial guidance, resource management, and accounting services to 355th FW, 12th AF, and 9 tenant units. Lead a 15-person flight responsible for managing and controlling the 355th FW’s $104M appropriated fund budget.
Most rewarding job aspect:
Funding the fight – knowing that I am providing the funding to resource the mission.
Sports, working out and anything outdoors
Favorite performer:
Third Day
Favorite dish:
Steak and potatoes
Person I admire most:
Pet Peeve:
People who don’t clean up after themselves.
What I like most about D-M: IThe weather, people, and mission.

943rd OSF at a glance
Wing Commander: Col Kevin Blanchard
Squadron commander: Lt. Col. Simon Scoggins
First Sergeant: Master Sgt. Zan Wallace
Squadron Motto: Desert Dollars! No Money, No Mission!


Air Force photograph by Kenji Thuloweit

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