Title: Aircrew Flight Equipment Technician
Company: 176th Operations Support Squadron (OSS), Air National Guard
Location: Anchorage, Alaska, United States
Jeremy Vancil Henry, Aircrew Flight Equipment Technician in the 176th Operations Support Squadron (OSS) at Air National Guard, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Military for dedication, achievements, and leadership in flight equipment engineering.
With years of experience to his credit, Mr. Henry has excelled as an aircrew flight equipment technician with the 176th Operations Support Squadron in the Air National Guard for two years. In this role, he prepares flight equipment for the air crew, supports the air crew, updates outdated equipment and ensures all equipment is in proper working order and free from damage. Previously, he served for ten years in the communications division of the U.S. Army. Having previously completed college-level coursework, Mr. Henry has been greatly inspired by his mentor, Christian Lainey, as well as his trainer, A.C. McKay, as they made sure he was properly trained and familiarized with the equipment he would encounter in his present position.
Drawn to his profession due to his desire to have an impact on the lives of others, Mr. Henry is proud to have great influence and be able to help countless people despite having little power and money in his post. Hailing from a military family, he was greatly inspired by the quote “It’s amazing what you can accomplish when you do not care who gets the credit.” He is also incredibly supportive of his wife, an educator in the private sector who further dedicates her time to helping the state budget for causes benefitting people living with special needs. In the coming years, Mr. Henry hopes to eventually run for U.S. Congress as to better serve his fellow man.
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