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932nd AW Airman Spotlight - Airman First Class Biayi

Airman First Class Nestor Biayi, personalist with the 932nd Force Support Squadron, poses for a portrait, Feb. 8, 2019, 932nd Airlift Wing Headquarters, Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. Biayi works in customer service helping to update records and issue IDs. (U.S. Air Force photo by Christopher Parr)

Airman First Class Nestor Biayi, personalist with the 932nd Force Support Squadron, poses for a portrait, Feb. 8, 2019, 932nd Airlift Wing Headquarters, Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. Biayi works in customer service helping to update records and issue IDs. (U.S. Air Force photo by Christopher Parr)

Airman First Class Nestor Biayi, 932nd Force Support Squadron personalist, shares his Airman’s story with 932nd Airlift Wing leadership during the pre-Unit Training Assembly meeting Feb. 8, 2019, Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. Biayi shared some important goals, focusing on travel, educational opportunities but importantly finding his role in life and within the  Air Force Reserve as a citizen Airman.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Christopher Parr)

Airman First Class Nestor Biayi, 932nd Force Support Squadron personalist, shares his Airman’s story with 932nd Airlift Wing leadership during the pre-Unit Training Assembly meeting Feb. 8, 2019, Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. Biayi shared some important goals, focusing on travel, educational opportunities but importantly finding his role in life and within the Air Force Reserve as a citizen Airman. (U.S. Air Force photo by Christopher Parr)

Airman First Class Nestor Biayi, personalist with the 932nd Force Support Squadron, prepares a blank identification card to be created Feb. 8, 2019, Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. Biayi joined the Air Force Reserve to both serve his country, but utilize the great educational benefits while serving. (U.S. Air Force photo by Christopher Parr)

Airman First Class Nestor Biayi, personalist with the 932nd Force Support Squadron, prepares a blank identification card to be created Feb. 8, 2019, Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. Biayi joined the Air Force Reserve to both serve his country, but utilize the great educational benefits while serving. (U.S. Air Force photo by Christopher Parr)

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Airman spotlight with Airman First Class Nestor Biayi, personalist with the 932nd Airlift Wing Force Support Squadron.

932nd PA: Why the Air Force Reserve?

NB: I choose the reserve because I wanted to finish school. I had heard about the opportunity that the Air Force will pay for your school and still serve one weekend a month. That’s why I choose the Air Force Reserve.

932nd PA: What is your full job title and short description of your duties?

NB: My job title is a personalist. Some of my duties are monitoring retentions and programs, create, maintains and audit personnel records of military members.

932nd PA: What is one of your fondest memories since joining the 932nd AW?

NB: One of my fondest memories would be running with the commander last year and receiving my first coin. It meant a lot for me and some of my Development and Training Flight students.

932nd PA: What would you like to do or see in the next few years within your career or with the AF Reserve?

NB: I’d love to learn more about my career field and the air force in general. 932nd PA: Any additional thoughts you want to share?

NB: Like My military training leader chief at technical school used to say “destroy the competition,” Master Sgt. Cone.

932nd PA: Thank you Airman First Class Biayi for sharing your Airman Story