Warrior of the Week helps with emergency management

Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Public Affairs

Airman 1st Class Dallas Levi Christian, 647th Civil Engineer Squadron Emergency Management Apprentice, is this week’s Warrior of the Week from Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii (JBPHH). As an emergency management apprentice, his job is to train up to 300 personnel each month in chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) survival skills.

“I am also a hazardous materials technician certified (level three) responder,” Christian said. “We train a minimum of 16 hours a month.”

He is helping to work on the JBPHH emergency management program.

“I enjoy serving my country and giving back to the people who call it home,” said the Ringgold, Ga. native. “I also enjoy training personnel in CBRN to allow them to survive in possible deadly conditions for mission continuation.”

He explained that his favorite part of the job is HAZMAT response training because he can help keep people safe from harm.

“Airman Christian is a great asset to the emergency management flight and has quickly become a go-to Airmen,” said his supervisor, Staff Sgt. Amanda Leal, NCO in charge of the emergency management programs here. “He always exhibits a great attitude and is always eager to learn. His potential is unyielding, and I expect nothing but positive outcomes in his Air Force career.”

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