Misguided Whys: Why Veterans Seek Familiarity Instead Of Adventure After Retirement
Many years ago, I was stationed at RAF Lakenheath, working on the Obstetrical Unit. We had a lot of young, first assignment, medical technicians, along with a number of young, first time, enlisted supervisors. I overheard a conversation between an airman (Amn C) and her supervisor (SSgt M). SSgt M, a very young first time supervisor, had submitted an award package for Airmen of the Quarter for Amn C and she did not win. The discussion between them had me both curious, and a cross between amused and slightly concerned.
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