Square D Spotlight: Senior Airman Anthony Davis
By Senior Airman Christine Halan, 100th Air Refueling WIng Public Affairs
/ Published January 15, 2016
RAF MILDENHALL, England --
Name and Rank: Senior Airman Anthony Davis
Unit: 352nd Special Operations Support Squadron
Duty Title: Joint Air Operations controller
Time in Service: 6 years, 3 months
Time at Mildenhall: 2 years
Hobbies: Music production, photography and sports
Core Value Portrayed
Excellence in All We Do
Why is serving in the Air Force important to you?
The Air Force is important to me because I feel like it's a team effort and shouldn't be any less in order to accomplish a task. I've learned a lot and value the experience I've been exposed to so far.
What accomplishments during your Air Force career are you most proud of?
Completing Airman Leadership School! I got to learn more about my strengths and weakness, and built on those. Also, I overcame a few things in the process and was recognized for my resiliency.
What are your personal and/or professional goals?
My personal goal is to earn my degree in engineering technology and start either my own gaming company or a media outlet for upcoming new artists.
What is your favorite part of your job?
I love communicating with outside agencies and coordinating events enabling the 352nd Special Operations Wing to execute its mission. Additionally, I like speaking with aircrew and 352nd SOW leadership, and being able to see and understand the big picture of the mission.
How does the individual portray that core value?
"Senior Airman Anthony Davis portrays 'Excellence In All We Do,' each and every day," said Master Sgt. Michael S. Mack, 352nd SOW JAOC flight chief. "He has a lot of responsibility as a senior airman in the JAOC, providing constant command and control of all Air Force Special Operations Center assets in the area of responsibility. He works extremely hard and is very meticulous with each task he is given, ensuring daily products are complete to the highest standards."