After a year long hiatus, the United States Air Force Weapons School is celebrating the first graduating class of 2014. Soundbites from Gen. Mike Hostage - Commander, ACC.
Produced by SrA Aaron Hauser, 99 ABW/PA.
As the United States Air Force Weapons School recognizes their 65th anniversary, they celebrate the accomplishments of a new round of patch wearers and the first graduating class since sequestration began. Senior Airman Aaron Hauser has the story.
(SrA Aaron Hauser - Reporting for 99 ABW/PA)
After a year long hiatus, the United States Air Force Weapons School is celebrating the first graduating class of 2014. More than one hundred and thirty students crossed the stage, officially sealing their position in history as proud recipients of the Weapons School patch.
(Gen Mike Hostage - Commander, ACC)
To the graduates, you'll head out next week, and when you walk into that squadron you'll have that patch on your arm. And you're, right now, probably as smart as you are ever going to be. But remember that humble part. Approachable and credible is good, but be humble.
Accepting their awards to the applause of friends and family, the graduates begin a new phase in their careers as pilots, leaders and trained war fighters of the U-S Air Force Weapons School. Senior Airman Aaron Hauser, Las Vegas, Nevada.
|Date Posted:||07.11.2014 21:50|
|Location:||LAS VEGAS, NV, US|
|Hometown:||LAS VEGAS, NV, US|
|Hometown:||NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, NV, US|
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