New officer back home at 932nd AW

New 2nd Lt. Liz Wszalek is back home at the 932nd Airlift Wing. After graduating from Officer Training School, the former NCO and flight attendant pinned on her new rank last week in ceremonies at Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala. Also, Wszalek was named honor graduate of her class. Prior to attending OTS, (former master sergeant) Wszalek was NCOIC of flight attendant training at the 73rd Airlift Squadron. She is now getting settled into her new role as unit executive officer. The 932nd AW is an Air Force Reserve unit that flies the C-40C and provides first-class, safe airlift for our nation's civilian and military leaders. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Dan Oliver)

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