Who is this guy?

I’m in the Air Force. AirPower! I came into the military hoping to be a picture taker, but got stuck in Public Affairs. Little did I know the Six Flags roller coaster ride I was about to go on. Since then, I’ve gone on bombing runs in an F-16, I’ve conducted live fire exercises from a PaveHawk helicopter including several Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) training missions. I had the chance to go through Arctic Survival School and then turn around and tag along with a medical team to Mali, West Africa.

All-in-all, the Air Force has provided me with opportunities I never could have thought to have been part of. Join me as I travel to Southern Afghanistan for the remainder of 2009 and see what our Soldiers, Marines, Sailors and Airmen are doing to keep our country as free as the day it was founded.

6 Responses to “Who is this guy?”

  1. Hello,

    My name is Alan, and I’ve recently come across your blog jetgwot.wordpress.com. I’d like to feature it on our site’s home page, Motorcycle-Fairing.com. We already have a short list of Cool Blogs that we recommend to our customers, and I think yours should be included. This list is our way of giving back to our customers who have been supporting us all this time. Personally, I have found that this is a great way for people to meet and connect with others who share the same passion.

    I noticed that you have a blogroll. Do you mind putting us in that list? If you can, that would be great. Please let me know.

    I’ll look forward to your answer. Have a wonderful week and continue the great work on your blog!

    Regards,
    Alan

  2. Roy Conn Says:

    My friend SMSgt Mark Miller is there with you in training. If you should see him, please say hello for me!

    I really enjoyed reading your blog here. It would make a great newspaper column.

    Be safe, and thank you for helping protect my freedoms.

    Roy

    (SSgt Conn, USAF Retired)

    • jetgwot Says:

      Hey Roy,
      I talked to Sergeant Miller today. He said you guys were good friends. Glad you like the blog. My main goal was just to give people an idea of what we are doing here and what we’ll be doing downrange. Stay in touch. Thanks for following our training. We’ll see about a newspaper column… 🙂

  3. jenny harmon Says:

    Awesome glog, gives us civilians a good look to all you are doing for us, love your perseptive. My good friend Jeff Wepner is there with you (a great guy) Keep up the blog. Thank you Jenny Harmon

  4. Nice blog! I wanted to let you know of an opportunity, in case interested, to enter a NATO-sponsored video contest (which I’m overseeing) on “Why Afghanistan Matters”. Hopefully you can pass it along – or enter – and help pass along the good – and important – news!

    See the web site at http://www.afghanistanmatters.com for more detail.

  5. Darin Williams Says:

    Hoooahh, Jus-man! You’ve got one high-speed blog going here. I didn’t get a chance to say g’bye, so here goes. I enjoyed your company throughout our training experience at Ft Dix…especially the sound schooling you gave me in raquetball! Would love to stay in touch, maybe exchange a few thoughts on our experience. Shoot me an email if you can.//dw

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