Salutes & Awards

September 27, 2013

Thunderbolt of the Week

Airman Alexis Myrice
56th Operations Group
Knowledge Operations Manager

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Hometown: Toledo, Ohio

Years in service: One

Family: Husband, Thomas Anazewicz, and parents, Frank and Tracy Myrice.

Education: Received a high school diploma from Roy C. Start High School

Inspirations: My grandmother Billie Fry. Her perseverance, compassion, and
generosity helped shape who I am today. She instilled those qualities in me.

Goals: To someday become a special education teacher and to start a family.

Greatest feat: Joining the military and learning how to be independent.

Famous last words: “Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change we seek.” — Barack Obama

Off-duty interests: Hiking, reading, camping, swimming, and sightseeing.

Commander’s comments: “Airman Myrice’s enthusiasm, professionalism and consistent commitment to excellence make her the ideal candidate for the Thunderbolt of the Week,” said Capt. Nick Haussler, 56th Operations Group executive officer. “You will not find anyone more ready to identify and embrace new challenges, and with the initiative to find new ways to accomplish tasks more efficiently and effectively.”




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