Airman perseveres, triumphs through multiple obstacles

Airman perseveres, triumphs through multiple obstacles

unimagined obstacles, but one Airman in particular faced a series of obstacles head-on, neither faltering or failing.

Airman 1st Class Tracy A. Guardado, a 366th Training Squadron electrical systems apprentice course graduate, wasn’t deterred by the hurdles she faced, forcing her to wash back in class on multiple occasions and almost get sent home early.

Joining the Air Force wasn’t a spur of the moment decision. It was something Guardado wanted years before she packed up and left for basic training, but she postponed her plans to tend to family medical issues. Being no stranger to hard work, she was a part-time police officer in New Jersey, part-time volunteer police officer, full time inventory manager at a convenience store, all while attending classes at a local college. y Airman 1st Class Robert L. McIlrath, 82nd Training Wing Public Affairs / Published March 04, 2014 http://www.af.mil Read More

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