Wild Weasel of the Week: Airmas 1st Class Danielle Streeter

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U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Danielle Streeter, a service apprentice with the 35th Force Support Squadron, poses for a Wild Weasel of the Week portrait at Misawa Air Base, Japan, March 31, 2016. Streeter was recognized as the Wild Weasel of the Week by the 35th FSS for her superior performance, outstanding work ethic and overall good discipline and conduct. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Brittany A. Chase)
U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Danielle Streeter, a service apprentice with the 35th Force Support Squadron, poses for a Wild Weasel of the Week portrait at Misawa Air Base, Japan, March 31, 2016. Streeter was recognized as the Wild Weasel of the Week by the 35th FSS for her superior performance, outstanding work ethic and overall good discipline and conduct. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Brittany A. Chase)

Wild Weasel of the Week: Airmas 1st Class Danielle Streeter

by: Misawa Air Base | .
U.S. Air Force | .
published: April 09, 2016

The 35th Force Support Squadron chose Airman 1st Class Danielle Streeter, a services apprentice, as their Wild Weasel of the Week.

What is your daily mission?
My daily mission is to make sure our guests receive the best the 35th FSS has to offer by maintaining a safe, clean and friendly environment.

What do you enjoy about your job?
I enjoy all interactions I have with the people of Misawa.

Why did you choose to serve in the Air Force?
I chose to serve in the Air Force to give back to my dad for the many years he served and to further my college education.

What is your favorite thing about living in Japan?
My favorite thing about living in Japan is being able to look out my window and see the mountains.

Who has been your best mentor and what have they taught you?
My best mentor is Tech. Sgt. Tinisha Lawson. She has always made herself available for questions I have and shares her own experiences. Lawson has taught me every day is a new day and not to dwell on the past but instead look forward to the future. I appreciate everything she's done for me so far since she's come to the Potter Fitness Center.

How long have you been stationed at Misawa?
I've been stationed here in Misawa for seven months.

How long have you been in the Air Force?
I'll be in for exactly one year on April 21, 2016.

What goals do you want to meet while at Misawa?
I hope to achieve Senior Airmen Below-the-Zone and get Airman of the Year for my squadron.

What goals do you want to meet during your Air Force career?
Some short term goals I want to achieve are to attain the rank of staff sergeant and become a military training leader to help the transition for new Airmen into the operational force be a little smoother.

Supervisor's comments on why you were selected:
"Streeter was selected for the Wild Weasel of the Week because of her constant drive and passion for being a member of the U.S. Air Force and a valuable part of our team here at the fitness center.  She constantly goes above and beyond the call of duty, performing every task to the best of her ability. Streeter truly embodies each of the core values and sets an example for everyone around her.  The core values were instilled in her at a young age, as her father is a master sergeant at Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina. Streeter grew up accustomed to the military lifestyle, customs and traditions, and this is part of what makes her an excellent Airman today," said Staff. Sgt. Ahnna Odell, 35th FSS Potter Fitness Center operations manager.

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