Desert Lightning Team's Warrior of the Week: Senior Airman Jesse Chen
Published July 26, 2010
Airborne Cryptologic Linguist (Arabic)
As an Airborne Cryptologic Linguist, it is my job to provide target area knowledge and to relate time sensitive signals intelligence on board the platform.
Most rewarding job aspect:
The most rewarding aspect of my job is the fact that I can play an intricate role in an ever changing theatre of war and to have an impact on ensuring our victories within them.
I plan on building on my AA Degree from The Defense Language Institute and completing my BA in Business by the end of my initial enlistment. I will then take the degree earned and combine it with skills that the USAF has equipped me with and possibly pursue a career as a commissioned officer in the Air Force.
Judo, Weight-Lifting, Basketball, and Running.
Favorite Sports Team:
I'm proudest of:
My athleticism and intellectual aptitude.
My eagerness to learn and to better myself.
Person I admire most:
What I like most about D-M:
I like the location of Davis-Monthan AFB and the weather in the local area.
41st Electronic Combat Squadron at a glance
55th Electronic Combat Group commander
Col Dean Worley
Lt Col Walter Kirschman
MSgt Joshua Paul