What comes to your mind when you hear someone say, “I’m a chaplain, or I’m a chaplain assistant”? The meaning will be different depending on the person. In today’s Air Force, chaplains and chaplain assistants form a religious support team to tackle everyday challenges that we all face in our day-to-day lives. One of the main roles and responsibilities of an RST is to conduct unit visitation with those they are assigned, both at home station and in the deployed environment. Each team is unique in the sense that when paired up, they must develop an action plan to show how they will meet the requirements set upon them by the Air Force. The RST assigned to the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing is going the extra mile in meeting those requirements.