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  • "...It's either him, or me..."

    "Every time I go in the ring I still get nervous but once I get hit with the first punch, the nervousness disappears. It's either him or me.I decided to start boxing as a self-defense. Ever since then I've fallen in love with the sport and I've been boxing for the Air Force for four years now. In 2012, I fought against Marine and Army boxers and
  • In honor of Public Service Recognition Week: Faces of Beale

    "My time working for the Child Development Center has been great, I love being a part of the children's lives and watching them grow. I wouldn't change it for the world. I wake up every morning excited knowing I'm helping support Team Beale and I find that very rewarding. It has also helped during my husband's deployment. He has been away close to
  • "...I believe diversity helped build my character and learn who I am..."

    "I see myself as being a diverse person; I love traveling and experiencing new things. I believe diversity helped build my character and learn who I am."Senior Airman Jessica Young, 9th Contracting Squadron contracting officerHometown: Baton Rouge, La.Everyone has a story...we dare you to tell yours.To see more Faces of Beale.
  • "...I believe everything we want to do in life has a time and place..."

    "When I learned to DJ, it began as a hobby then later I became very passionate about it. I had thoughts of separating the Air Force a few years after joining, to DJ, but events occurred in my life, which postponed it. I believe everything we want to do in life has a time and place. Five years from now, I will be retiring and opening my own business
  • "...The experience has made everything else in life seem easy..."

    "Collegiate wrestling was the most difficult thing I've ever done.  Competing against someone who mirrors your physicality and athleticism, cutting weight, and the fear of failure were constant challenges, but the experience has made everything else in life seem easy."Capt. John Dinan, 9th Aerospace Medicine Squadron dental flight general
  • "...Too bad I can't take this on my deployment..."

    "Too bad I can't take this on my deployment."Chaplain (Capt.) R. Brenner Campbell, 9th Reconnaissance Wing chaplainHometown: Waco, TexasEveryone has a story...we dare you to tell yours.To see more Faces of Beale.
  • "...When you're younger you can't make stupid choices..."

    "Growing up, I was the only male in the house. Being the only male isn't what it's cracked up to be. There are a lot of things that you gotta give up. When you're younger you can't make stupid choices and you gotta think about how that impacts everyone around you. Every decision I make right now impacts them the most... because I'm the role model
  • "...The people here make the difference..."

    "It's the people at Beale that make this place so personally rewarding. You can have a job almost anywhere, but the people here make the difference."Christopher Marquard, 9th Force Support Squadron manpower and organization section chiefHometown: Utica, New YorkEveryone has a story...we dare you to tell yours.To see more Faces of Beale.
  • "...My dream is to further my education..."

    "My dream is to further my education at a university. I would like to major in hospitality management and work in the tourism industry."Airman 1st Class Holly Sanchez, 9th Wing Staff Agencies Command Post emergency action controllerHometown: Lakeland, Fla.Everyone has a story...we dare you to tell yours.To see more Faces of Beale.
  • "...Joining the military made me grow up..."

    "Joining the military made me grow up, and I am glad I did it. Now I am proud to serve in a civilian capacity, because I can share what I learned in the military with my civilian counterparts. It also helps me understand our Airmen from both aspects and the challenges they may face."Denise Ross, 9th Support DivisionHometown: Ansbach,
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