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The Legacy Continues

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  • By Master Sgt. Christopher Parr
  • 332d Air Expeditionary Wing Public Affairs

The Legacy Continues

Warrior of the Week, 332d Air Expeditionary Chapel

332d Air Expeditionary Wing Warrior of the Week for the week of Feb. 20, 2022 is Tech. Sgt. Brandy M. Brown, 332d Air Expeditionary Wing Religious Affairs Airman.

Tech. Sgt. Brown is the non-commissioned officer-in-charge of chapel operations and is responsible for the volunteer program. She is responsible for advertising and training volunteers for the Airmen Ministry Center, the OASIS. In this responsibility she also manages the care package to ensure adequate supplies are available to Airmen. 

Brown is also a member on a religious support team where she supports the Expeditionary Mission Support Group, Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron, Expeditionary Communications Squadron, Expeditionary Force Support Squadron and the Expeditionary Contract Squadron.

 “We are responsible for ensuring our Airmen have various opportunities to support their spiritual pillar while in the deployed location,” said Brown. “As a team we ensure the Airmen have volunteer opportunities to support their counterparts and to mix and mingle,” added Brown.

Warrior of the Week is a competitive recognition program that highlights significant contributions made by individual Airmen who raise the Red Tail standard and enhance the mission and capabilities of the 332d AEW.

“Being chosen as the Warrior of the Week has shown me that all of the hard work and long hours don’t go in vain to ensure our Red Tails have a place to come re-charge for the next mission ahead,” said Brown.

Brown looks forward to furthering her military career in the Air Force Reserve by becoming a First Sergeant with the 932nd Airlift Wing, Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. She also is looking forward to continuing her civilian career as an F-18 Program Manager for Boeing in Missouri.