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Default Air Force Logo AETC First Faces: Major Tenaya Humphrey, Maxwell AFB
Major Tenaya Humphrey, an AETC instructor pilot turned Air Command and Staff College student at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, talks about her evolving Air Force family, and the many roles she's played along the way."First Faces" began several years ago with chaplains from throughout AETC nominating Airmen from individual wings. Today, the
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2016
Default Air Force Logo AETC First Faces: Tech. Sgt. Guadalupe Galindo, Keesler AFB
TSgt. Guadalupe Galindo, a weather instructor supervisor with the 335th Training Squadron at Keesler AFB, Mississippi talks about how he's overcome physical obstacles in his life and how he uses his success story to motivate himself in his career and life in general."First Faces" began several years ago with chaplains from throughout AETC
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2016
Default Air Force Logo AETC First Faces: Reece Hanchett, JBSA-Lackland
Airman First Class Reece Hanchett, a Vehicle Operator from the 502 Logistics Readiness Squadron, JBSA-Lackland, looks back on that it was like to grow up in a broken home and wander the streets as a homeless teenager before finally finding direction and purpose as member of the United States Air Force. "First Faces" began several years ago
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2016
Default Air Force Logo AETC First Faces: Jeff Compton, Goodfellow AFB
San Angelo, Texas, native Jeff Compton returns home years later with a job he loves as Vehicle Management Flight Chief at Goodfellow Air Force Base."First Faces" began several years ago with chaplains from throughout AETC nominating Airmen from individual wings. Today, the program has expanded and includes a partnership between the chaplain's and
0 4/20
2016
First Lt. Christian Torres, a 81st Comptroller Squadron deputy project officer, wraps his hand at the Triangle Gym on March 3, 2016, at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. Torres boxed recreationally and had the opportunity to become a professional boxer, however, due to family needs he chose his current path in the Air Force. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Airman 1st Class Travis Beihl) Passion vs priorities
Physical fitness doesn’t come easy for everyone – sometimes the drive to finish one more repetition or set a new personal best just doesn’t cut it. For 1st Lt. Christian Torres, having the spirit to stay mentally and physically strong when going through adversity is not just found in the gym, it’s a way of life. Some people love free weights,
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2016
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