U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Daniel Caraglio, 20th Medical Operations Squadron mental health technician, joined the Air Force at age 32 as a means to support his family. Caraglio joined with numerous job experiences under his belt to include: factory line worker, roofer and retail management, which has helped him assist the many Airmen who he comes in contact with. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Christopher Maldonado)
Taken: 10.18.2016 | Photo by Airman 1st Class Christopher Maldonado
Airman 1st Class Daniel Caraglio, 20th Medical Operations Squadron mental health technician, chose to enlist later than most Airmen with reasons all his own. Enlisting at age 32, Caraglio used his diverse work experience and skills gained through holding over 20 different jobs to assist his fellow Airmen throughout basic military training, and continues to do so at his first duty assignment at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina. “Having worked career fields ranging from factory lines to retail management, I am capable of applying my skills to assist anyone in need,” said Caraglio. “I worked in factory lines as the only English speaker and grappled up the sides of homes with 90 pounds of gear as a roofer.”...
10.18.2016 | SHAW AIR FORCE BASE, SC, US | Story by Airman 1st Class Christopher Maldonado
During basic military training, trainees run as a flight to complete a task through their teamwork and solidarity. At Shaw Air Force Base, S.C., the 20th Fighter Wing gathers its airmen to relive that moment. (Air Force Video by A1C Cassidy Woody)
Taken: 09.30.2016 | Video by Airman 1st Class Cassidy Woody