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November 2, 2012

THUNDERBOLT OF THE WEEK


Senior Airman Wade Williams Jr.
56th Comptroller Squadron
Customer Support technician
Hometown: Riverside, Calif.
Years in service: Five
Education: Pursuing a bachelor’s degree at Park University in information computer science
Previous assignments: Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D.
Inspirations: My father, a successful business owner and great mechanic
Goals: Finish college and make master sergeant
Greatest feat: Deploying as an Army finance technician
Self-description: Dedicated, hard working, modest, humble and reliable
Famous last words: “Can someone answer the phone!”
Off-duty interests: Shooting and working on cars
Commander’s comments: Senior Airman Williams is a rising star and a valuable asset to our squadron and its mission,” said Maj. Jessi Rozman, 56th CPTS commander. “His positive attitude and work ethic are reflective of a seasoned NCO. He is always involved in activities to boost the morale of those around him. He constantly strives to become better and make himself well-rounded. In a nutshell, he epitomizes the military professional. We are glad he is on our team.”




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