Salutes & Awards

January 17, 2014

Thunderbolt of the Week

Written by: timchisham
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Senior Airman Aaron Munoz-Case
56th Medical Support Squadron
Arizona Refill Center pharmacy supervisor

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Hometown: Pasadena, Calif.

Years in service: Four

Education: Pursuing a degree in nutrition and working toward a Community College of the Air Force degree in pharmacy technology at Estrella Mountain Community College

Inspirations: My father is the hardest working man I know, spending many hours at the office or on the road to provide for our family

Goals: To make staff sergeant before completing my first enlistment, retire in Hawaii, stay fit

Greatest feat: Earning the confidence of leadership to run the refill center as a senior airman

Famous last words: “Strive for progress not perfection.”
Off-duty interests: Weight lifting, playing electronic dance music and the L.A. Lakers

Commander’s comments: “Senior Airman Munoz-Case is a well-rounded technician,” said Lt. Col. Gregory Coleman, 56th Medical Support Squadron commander. “Since arriving at Luke, he has surpassed expectations. He was selected to oversee a position normally held by an NCO, where he leads four technicians in day-to-day operations. His team averages 1,300 prescriptions daily using a $10 million state-of-the-art automated robot. His performance has resulted in him being chosen as the squadron’s Combined Federal Campaign representative and emcee for group events.”




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