Salutes & Awards

April 4, 2014

Thunderbolt of the Week

Senior Airman Zachary James
607th Air Control Squadron
Cyber Transport Systems Journeyman

TBOW
Hometown: Kingsland, Texas

Years in service: 3.5 years

Education: Pursuing Community College of the Air Force degree in electronic systems technology

Inspirations: Henry David Thoreau, Ernest Hemmingway and retired Senior Master Sgt. John Howard James

Goals: To provide for the people I value in my life.

Famous last words: “See ya, space cowboy.”

Off-duty interests: PC gaming, automobile modification, Internet message boards

Commander’s comments: “Senior Airman James is an outstanding, dependable Airman who always gets the job done with enthusiasm and a great attitude,” said Lt. Col. Charles Jones, 607th ACS commander. “He exemplifies professionalism and devotion to duty. James’ passion for his work and his dedication to the 607th ACS mission is an inspiration to peers and supervisors alike. His attitude and zeal energizes unit morale. Put simply, he has the right attitude, enthusiasm and talent. James demonstrates the highest levels of technical expertise and professionalism and does it with style. His sustained excellence warrants this recognition. James truly deserves this recognition.”




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