Airmen Johnson, Johnson, and Johnson honored as Airlifters of the Week

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  • By Staff Sgt. Jonathan Bass
  • 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs
Three Airmen assigned to the 86th Airlift Wing Chapel received the honor of being Ramstein’s Airlifters of the Week, Jan. 17.

The 86th AW Commander, Brig. Gen. Mark R. August, recognized Capt. Alex Johnson, 86th AW chaplain, Master Sgt. Norma Johnson, 86th AW readiness and training flight chief and Staff Sgt. Jacob Johnson, 86th AW non-commissioned officer in charge of education and training, for their efforts in achieving the 86th AW’s mission.

“Your work here at the chapel allows all of our Airmen to work harder, smarter, and succeed at our goal of being the ‘World’s Best Wing,’” August said. “Never underestimate the value and need your occupation provides our base, not only to spiritual resiliency, but resiliency as a whole.”

The 86th AW chapel team provides religious and counseling services to the more than 21,000 Team Ramstein members.

All three Airmen expressed their thanks and credited their success to the entire chapel team as a whole.

The Airlifter of the Week program recognizes Ramstein Airmen, who through hard work and dedication make the 86th AW the World’s Best Wing.