Decided to post this SUPER late but today is special 😉 It’s the 76th anniversary of the official auxiliary of the United States Air Force - Civil Air Patrol. On December 1st, 1941, Civil Air Patrol was signed into existence. Since then, this Air Force Auxiliary has created outstanding leaders, assisted in various emergency services and disaster relief, and educated our communities in aerospace and so much more. During WWII, The Civil Air Patrol was also known for locating German U-Boats. I am so proud to have been a part of this organization for the last 3 years and I will be here for many more years to come. This organization has made me who I am today and I wouldn’t trade the experiences and opportunities it has offered me for the world ❤️ Nothing makes me more proud than being able to wear the Air Force uniform and serve others while doing so ☺️👍🏼The weekend before Thanksgiving, I got to instruct some pretty amazing kiddos at Group V Fall Airman Leadership School at Lackland Air Force Base. I got to teach them about the Air Force core values, how to wear their uniform properly, and what is expected of them as an Airman in the United States Air Force Auxiliary. This is the first event young Airman typically attend as a new cadet in the Civil Air Patrol. So honored to have instructed these awesome cadets alongside some other pretty awesome instructors 😉❤️ Though Group III is my home, I’m glad I could venture into another group and offer some of my unique perspectives as well as learn from theirs! #CivilAirPatrol#HappyBirthdayCAP#AirmanLeadershipSchool#WeFlyHigh
\\ Today I walked away from Airman leadership school as the John L. Levitow award winner, the highest accomplishment any individual can receive in military professional development. With this being a class of 34 members, I am so unbelievably honored, but I definitely could not have done it without my boys in Charlie flight and my incredible instructor SSgt Ingalls. You all are the reason I made it this far.
I also obtained 9 college credits and now have completed my Associate of Science degree in Construction Technology.
Thank you to my husband @ty_wilson7 for putting up with my stress and countless hours on homework. I love you.\\ °
18 A. You all are my family. I couldn’t have made it through without all of you. I’m so grateful to have been on this journey together. I’m forever grateful for these individuals. They challenged me, motivated me, supported me, made me laugh and smile constantly, pissed me off, helped me through tough times, and always had my six. I am positive they will all be successful in all of their endeavors. And I know for a fact many of us will remain friends for a very long time. Thank you, Team Warthog, for an amazing ALS experience. Moments I wanted to punch some of you in the face, but I adore all of you and will miss the daily debates, random outbursts and inside jokes. ♥️
And those of you that supported me along the way and came out to graduation, thank you.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY SARG!!! What a great birthday! You're officially a SSGT today AND we get to see our boy! 31 looks good on you babe... besides that mustache. 😂
To say that I am proud of this man, would be a massive understatement! He did it! Airman Leadership School is under his belt and after a lot of hard work, sweat, and stress he is officially Staff Sergeant Hutchinson (tomorrow). As someone who joined the AF "late" it's been a long time coming for this guy to officially be a supervisor, and what a supervisor he will be. There are some lucky ammo troops out there who will have the privilege of being under the watchful eye SSGT Hutchinson! 😊 I am thrilled to see what the future will hold as he graduates from Airman to Supervisor. I love you honey! I am so proud of you... and now that that stress is out of the way... let's have this baby boy. 😘 Also... shout out to my girl Bea for a job well done and for receiving additional honors! You deserve it! We love you Bea!!! Disclaimer: His gross mustache is part of an ammo shenanigan, but should be gone relatively soon. *fingers crossed * #als#vietnamflight#bealeafb#bealeairforcebase#ammo#iyaayas#alsgraduation#airmanleadershipschool#staffsargeant#ssgt#pregnant#redhair#redlipstick@xhutchsmashx@esqbea
The students of 18-A are donating new recess equipment to Rivers Elementary School on behalf of the class advisor, CMSgt Burleson. Jackson Sickmeier & Emerson Lowe accepted the equipment on behalf of Rivers Elementary. Pegasus Flight (red shirts) will also be volunteering at the Bulldogs game on Thursday night. #97amw#airmanleadershipschool#altusafb#alt#altusokma #altusok #givingbacktothecommunity