Master Sergeant Kevin Morgan, emergency management specialist with the 932nd Airlift Wing Civil Engineering Squadron poses for a photo on Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, August 27, 2020. Morgan spoke about how he enjoys being apart of EM and instructing CBRN course to keep Airmen ready to deploy. (U.S. Air Force photo by SrA. Brooke Spenner)
Master Sgt. Kevin Morgan, emergency management specialist with the 932nd Airlift Wing Civil Engineering Squadron.
“Emergency management is a great career field, there's so much to learn, it is always changing. You will get to get to know everybody in the wing, and everybody sees your face when you instruct,” said Morgan.
He continued on with how he plays a vital role in emergency planning and preparedness. Morgan explained that teaching the chemical biological radiological nuclear, (CBRN), class is his favorite part of being an emergency management specialist. Morgan also talked about how satisfying it is to prepare Airmen for deployments by getting in MOPP-4, (mission oriented protective posture-4), along with his students.
Morgan remarked with an honest smile, “I enjoy being in MOPP-4.”
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NEXT UTA IS:
9-10 January 2021