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Combat Airlifter of the Week: Senior Airman Deven Domingue

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Senior Airman Deven Domingue, 19th Medical Operations Squadron aerospace medical service technician, is recognized as the Combat Airlifter of the Week July 16, 2018, at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. Domingue’s core value is Service Before Self. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Grace Nichols)


Name and Rank: Senior Airman Deven Domingue

Unit: 19 Medical Operations Squadron

Duty title: Aerospace medical service technician

Hometown: Sulphur, Louisiana

Time in service: Six years, six months

Time at Little Rock:  Five years, seven months

Goals: Obtain Community College of the Air Force degree and an associates degree in Health and Science, receive paramedic and licensed practical nurse license, start a family and retire after 20 years of service

Hobbies: Going camping, interacting with nature, hunting and fishing with family

Air Force Core Value portrayed:  Service Before Self

How does the individual portray the core value? Senior Airman Domingue is the epitome of Service Before Self. This fact has led to his appointment as the enlisted flight lead for two clinics; he manages 11 staff as a Senior Airman by building schedules and maintaining equipment and supplies while ensuring technician training. This is all accomplished while sustaining his own patient responsibilities. As a flight lead, Domingue has completed two Master Training Lists for Career Field Education and Training Plan rewrites, expedited immunizations for 40 members in a short-notice tasker and responded to a real-world Code Blue call for respiratory distress which saved a life.