News happening around Little Rock Air Force Base
By Senior Airman Rhett Isbell, 19th Airlift Wing Public Affairs
/ Published February 19, 2019
U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Stacy Hunt, 34th Combat Training Squadron mission support operations superintendent, is recognized as the Combat Airlifter of the Week at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, Feb. 22, 2019. Hunt's core value is Excellence in All We Do. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. Ashley Walker)
Name and Rank: Master Sgt. Stacy Hunt
Unit: 96th Aerial Port Squadron/34th Combat Training Squadron
Duty title: NCO in charge of Special Handling/Mission Support Operations Superintendent
Hometown: Little Rock, Arkansas
Time in service: 14 Years and 6 Months
Time at Little Rock: 14 Years
Goals: Help my Airmen achieve their career and personal goals, while supporting the Air Force Reserve mission.
Hobbies: Field trials with pointing dogs, CrossFit, other physical fitness activities, and travel
Air Force Core Value portrayed: Excellence in All We Do
How does the individual portray the core value? As a reservist on military personnel appropriation orders Master Sgt. Hunt is assigned to the 96th APS and 34th CTS. Hunt helps ensure equipment loads are air-worthy for shipment during Green Flag Little Rock’s participation in Joint Readiness Training Center exercises. JRTC is the capstone readiness exercise for the U.S. Army and its components before their deployments. GFLR prepares combat airlifters for deployments, airdrops, SERE training, and cargo airlift.