News: Airmen in the Fight: Staff Sgt. Pousha
Story by Staff Sgt. Isaac Garden
UNDISCLOSED LOCATION - Staff Sgt. Sgt Bradley Pousha is a military working dog handler, stationed out of Lackland Air Force Base, who is currently deployed to an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia. Staff Sgt. Pousha tells us about his day to day life as a working dog handler.
Hometown hero recognized for outstanding work in the Air Force Air Force Central Command’s “Airmen in the Fight” captures exceptional duties of local hero.
Who/What: Staff Sgt. Bradley Pousha was recently selected as one of Air Force Central Command’s “Airmen in the Fight” for 2013. The airmen (service members and civil servants) who are showcased in this initiative have exemplified the Air Force core values of integrity first, service before self and excellence in all they do. Pousha has an amazing story about his Air Force career, and is excited to share what it means to him to serve his country.
Pousha was recently featured in an “Airmen in the Fight” video for the Air Force as well. This video showcases his job as a military working dog handler for the 386th Air Expeditionary Wing and highlights his dedication to the mission.
Hometown: Sterling Heights, Mich.
When: Throughout 2013, AFCENT Public Affairs will be sending hometown news releases to media outlets in all 50 states and U.S. territories to spread the word about the amazing jobs our airmen are performing in the Air Force Centeral Command, responsible for developing contingency plans and conducting air operations in a 20-country AOR stretching from Southwest Asia to Pakistan, and as far north as Kyrgyzstan.
Where: 386th Air Expeditionary Wing, Southwest Asia
INTERVIEWS: To request an interview with Pousha, please contact 1st Lt. Nathan Wallin at firstname.lastname@example.org.