Tuskegee Airman of the week April 14-20

Brig. Gen. Burt Field, the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing commander, recognizes Senior Airman Moriah Steinberger, a 727th Expeditionary Air Control Squadron aerospace control and warning systems operator, as the Tuskegee Airman of the Week for April 14 - 20. Airman Steinberger, who is deployed from Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., was selected from more than 8,000 Airmen in the 332nd AEW for her on and off-duty accomplishments. Airman Steinberger is the only Airman of 77 who is qualified as an electronic protection, data systems and systems technician while managing 122 operations training files spanning 11 duty positions. She optimized two radars and validated 12 Periodic Radar Evaluation Program height checks ensuring alternate safety of more than 10,000 military and civilian flights. Airman Steinberger also led six database air tasking order changes to the new Battle Control Center-AFCENT system making a seamless transition for the warfighter. In her off-duty time she instructed spinning classes at the fitness center four nights a week and earned 12 credits toward her Community College of the Air Force and bachelor's degrees. She volunteered six hours at the United Services Organization; helped collect 50 lbs. of items to send to coalition forces in austere locations and sang the National Anthem at the Air Expeditionary Forces rotation 1/2 Dining In. The 332 AEW traces its heritage to World War II and the Tuskegee Airmen of the 332nd Fighter Group.

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