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March 4, 2016
 

‘Random acts’ fuels smiles courtesy of first shirts

Master Sgt. Laura Magas (left), 412th Operations Group, surprises Senior Airman Kelli Zeitler, 412th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, as she gets ready to pump gas at the Edwards Express gas station Feb. 26. The Edwards First Sergeants Council bought a tank of gas for about 20 Airmen E-5 and below along with spouses married to junior Airmen. The event was titled, “Random Acts of Kindness.”

Some lucky Airmen got a nice start to the weekend courtesy of the Edwards First Sergeants Council Feb. 26.
The first shirts looked for random Airmen E-5 and below so they could commit a “random act of kindness.” The Edwards First Sergeants Council bought the Airmen, or a spouse, a tank of gas and sent them on their way with a smile and a handshake.
The first sergeants had planned to fill up tanks for as many as 20 Airmen who happened to drop by the Express gas station Friday afternoon.
The Edwards First Sergeants Council focuses on quality-of-life initiatives and morale boosters for younger Airmen on base.
 

Master Sgt. Timothy Dillen, Air Force Research Laboratory, pays for Staff Sgt. Anthony Hopkins’ gas at the Edwards Express gas station Feb. 26. The Edwards First Sergeants Council bought a tank of gas for about 20 Airmen E-5 and below, along with spouses married to junior Airmen. The event was titled, “Random Acts of Kindnessl The event was titled, “Random Acts of Kindness.”

 

The Edwards First Sergeants Council descended on the Express gas station the afternoon of Feb. 26. They targeted military members E-5 and below to pay their for their fill up before the weekend. The event was to show appreciation for younger enlisted service members.

 

From left: Staff Sgt. Stephen Shannon, 31st Test and Evaluation Squadron, shakes hands with Master Sgt. Steven Dale, 412th Mission Support Group, after receiving a “random act of kindness.” The Edwards First Sergeants Council went to the Edwards Express Feb. 26 in the afternoon to pay for 20 Airmen’s fill up. The event was to show appreciation for younger enlisted Airmen.




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