Family plays part in mission


Army son supported in Air Force

By A1C Jackson Haddon, 97 Air Mobility Wing Public Affairs



U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Kyron Smith, 97th Operations Support Squadron air traffic controller, uses a light gun to communicate with aircraft and vehicles, Aug 15, 2017, at Altus Air Force Base, Oklahoma. Smith loves the job of air traffic control and completed his certification training earlier than the anticipated time range.


A1C Jackson N. Haddon | AAFB Public Affairs

ALTUS AIR FORCE BASE — This is the first of a personality feature series. Being in the military can be tough for families. Through deployments, changes in duty location and long hours it’s easy to see where things can start to get complicated. However, every once in a while an Airman receives the opportunity to
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