Senior Airman Meghan Pearson
Published June 25, 2012
Desert Lightning Team's Weekly Warrior:
SrA Meghan Pearson
Engaged to Shane Beauchem, Daughter Honey Pearson
48th Rescue Squadron
Aviation Resource Management
Maintain Flight/Jump records, validate aircrew safety and physical requirements, monitor daily flight and jump mission data and establish schedules for aircrew training. Coordinate with aircraft maintenance for status of aircraft, and base operations for current weather information. Track flight/jump hours and incentive pay through data inputs and audits in ARMS database.
Most rewarding job aspect:
Getting to learn about various airframes and getting to know the aircrew/pilots who fly them.
My goal is to finish my associate's degree in Early Childhood Education, and eventually begin classes in Child Psychology
Shopping, taking long drives, swimming, reading and writing
Death Cab for Cutie
I'm proudest of:
My family and my accomplishments in both my career and education.
My positive attitude!
Person I admire most:
My Mom (she's the greatest!)
I can't stand it when people talk during a movie, it's so annoying!
What I like most about D-M:
Everything on base is close and convenient, the weather is warm and sunny all-year, and the leadership here is outstanding!
48th RQS at a glance
Group Commander: Col Jason L. Hanover
Squadron commander: Maj Edward J. Irick, III
First Sergeant: MSgt Joshua S. Paul
Squadron Motto: "Valor and Honor"