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Senior Airman Jordan Kissinger, 319th Operations Support Squadron airfield management, communicates through the radio to pass along pertinent information on the flightline on Aug. 6, 2015, on Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D. Kissinger was named the 319th Air Base Wing Warrior of the Week for the first week of August 2015. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Xavier Navarro/released) Warrior of the Week: Senior Airman Jordan Kissinger
Rank and name: Senior Airman Jordan KissingerUnit: 319th Operations Support SquadronDuty Title: Airfield ManagementTime in service: 3 years, 3 monthsTime on station: 2 years, 10 monthsHometown: Shippensburg, Pa.Why is serving in the Air Force important to you?Serving in the Air Force is important to me because it gives me a great sense of pride
0 8/06
2015
Tech. Sgt. Joshua Briscoe, 69th Maintenance Squadron metals technology craftsman, operates a Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machine, which cuts shapes out of sheets of metal. Briscoe was named Warrior of the Week for the fifth week of July, 2015. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Susan L. Davis) Warrior of the Week: Tech. Sgt. Joshua Briscoe
Rank and name: Tech. Sgt. Joshua BriscoeUnit: 69th Maintenance SquadronDuty Title: Metals Technology CraftsmanTime in service: 11 yearsTime on station: 3 yearsHometown: Beaumont, TexasWhy is serving in the Air Force important to you? Me serving in the military and being able to bring the Air Force story to my home town is what makes the Air Force
0 7/29
2015
Staff Sgt. Allison Lai, 319th Medical Operations Squadron NCO-in-charge of dental support, hands paperwork to a customer July 21, 2015, at the Medical Treatment Facility on Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D. Lai was selected as the Warrior of the Week for the fourth week of July. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Ryan Sparks/released) Warrior of the Week: Staff Sgt. Allison P. Lai
Name: Staff Sgt. Allison P. LaiUnit: 319th Medical Operations SquadronDuty title: NCO-in-charge of Dental SupportTime in service:  9 Years, 11 MonthsTime on station:  2 YearsHometown:  Norfolk, VA.Why is serving in the Air Force important to you?The Air Force was my chance to do more than what staying in my home town would have offered. I am
0 7/23
2015
Airman 1st Class Ian Bush, 319th Security Forces Squadron information manager, tosses a disc July 17, 2015 at the Grand Forks Air Force Base disc golf course. Bush has played disc golf for several years. Bush has been organizing events on base in an attempt to make Airmen aware of the disc golf course and its availability to Airmen and their families. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Ryan Sparks/released) Disc Golf: Grand Forks AFB offers free outdoor entertainment for Airmen
Grand Forks Air Force Base offers a lot of services to its Airmen. Those services cover a wide variety of activities such as financial education, family support and fitness, including disc golf, a free outdoor activity. Grand Forks AFB has a 9-hole disc golf course available for Airmen and their families.Senior Airman Megan Ford, 319th Force
0 7/17
2015
Airman Dylan Meek, 319th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighter, poses in front of a fire truck July 17, 2015 on Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D. Meek was named Warrior of the Week for the third week of July 2015. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Xavier Navarro/released) Warrior of the Week: Airman Dylan Meek
Name: Dylan James MeekUnit: 319th Civil Engineer SquadronDuty title: FirefighterTime in service: 10 MonthsTime on station: 3 MonthsHometown:  Gardner, Kan.Why is serving in the Air Force important to you?It fulfills my duty to serve this country.  I wanted to join the military ever since I heard my friend talk about all the benefits such as
0 7/17
2015
Default Air Force Logo New commander shares leadership principles with Warriors of the North
Col. Rodney Lewis, 319th Air Base Wing commander, has only been at the helm officially since July 1, 2015, but he already has a vision for the Warriors of the North going forward.Lewis was born and raised in Oklahoma City, but spent his summers in a farming community he described as similar to Grand Forks. He was the youngest of three boys in his
0 7/14
2015
Senior Airman Joel Carey, 319th Air Base Wing Honor Guard ceremonial guardsman, supervises new members of the honor guard July 8, 2015 during a six-man flag fold practice on Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D. Carey was named warrior of the week for the second week of July 2015. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Airman Zachiah Roberson/released) Warrior of the Week: Joel Carey
Name: Senior Airman Joel CareyUnit: Grand Forks Air Force Base Honor GuardDuty title: Ceremonial GuardsmanTime in service: 2 yearsTime on station:1 year, 6 monthsHometown: Agusta, KansasWhy is serving in the Air Force important to you?Serving in the Air Force is important to me because it gives me a sense of pride. My grandpa used to serve in the
0 7/09
2015
Airman 1st Class Ryan Sparks, 319th Air Base Wing Public Affairs photojournalist, practices singing the national anthem in the PA studio booth on Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D. on July 1, 2015. Sparks was named warrior of the week for the first week of July. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Airman Zachiah Roberson/released) Warrior of the Week: Airman 1st Class Ryan Sparks
Name: Ryan SparksUnit: 319th Air Base Wing Public AffairsDuty title: Photojournalist ApprenticeTime in service: 11 monthsTime on station: 3 monthsHometown: Lebanon, OhioWhy is serving in the Air Force important to you?Serving in the Air Force is important to me because it gives me a sense of purpose. When I was a civilian I dreaded going to work,
0 7/01
2015
Airman 1st Class Diamand Ritchie, 319th Logistics Readiness Squadron logistics planner apprentice, stands in front of building 523 June 25, 2015 on Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D. Ritchie, an Auburn native, was selected as the Warrior of the Week for the last week of June 2015. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Xavier Navarro/released) Warrior of the Week: Airman 1st Class Diamand Ritchie
Name: Airman 1st Class Diamand RitchieUnit: 319th Logistics Readiness SquadronDuty title: Logistics Planner ApprenticeTime in service: 1 year and 5 monthsTime on station: 1 year and 1 monthHometown:  Auburn, Wash.Why is serving in the Air Force important to you?Serving with the Air Force and its Airmen is important to me because I feel like I'm
0 6/25
2015
Today’s Airman is a multi-tasking and technology-driven Airman. Technology-driven Airmen are changing the way the Air Force and its leaders operate. Technology plays a role in how Airmen connect, perform their duties and how leaders share information. The way the Air Force has adapted and will continue to adapt to advances in technology is the reason the Air Force is the leader in cyberspace. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration by Airman 1st Class Ryan Sparks/released) #TechnologyDrivenAirmen #AdaptingAirForce
A hit song plays quietly in the background. Every few minutes the phone in your pocket vibrates signifying another tweet or a "like" on Facebook. Your e-mail is on one screen while your current project is open on the other. The phone on the desk rings and you answer it without hesitation. This is a common occurrence in today's Air Force.Today's
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2015
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