We’re proud to have colleagues who have formerly served in the military or have family who are actively serving. Here are some of their stories:
I had the privilege to serve as a United States Air Force medic during Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2006. Being able to provide direct care for injured troops who put their lives on the line for our country was an honor and a rewarding experience. I am forever humbled and inspired by all of our service members and am grateful to all that support them.
I am a veteran of the US Air Force, serving a total of 8 years. I was an Air Traffic Control – Radar Approach Control & I worked in Airfield Management as well. I served in Biloxi, Mississippi and Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota. I loved serving my country and the only regret I have was getting out too soon. The lifelong friendships and memories are priceless.
I served in the US Air Force at Malmstrom Air Force Base, MT. Serving to me was legacy – my father proudly served as a US Marine Corp Drill Instructor.
I served in the United States Air Force (1996-2000). I was stationed at McGuire AFB NJ, as a C-141 Loadmaster in the 13th and 6th Airlift Squadrons. Serving my country was an honor and will always be a point of great pride for me.
This is one of my favorite pictures of my son and husband, both which served in the Marines. I think it is really good for us to bring recognition to the veterans working for PWI!
I served in the United States Navy, stationed in Norfolk, Virginia. It was my honor and privilege to serve my country, and I’m reminded of the Navy Motto: “Non sibi sed patriae.” Not self, but country.
Photo #1 is my son Thomas and his wife Laura. Thomas is currently in Georgia where he’s a drill instructor. Photo #2 is my son Mitch and his wife Samantha. Mitch served in the Army and I couldn’t be prouder of my two veterans!
This is my husband Jo from his time in the Marine Corps. Just as much of a character as he ever was!
My Dad served in the Army Signal Corps. He spent part of his WWII time stationed in Paris and lived in the base of the Eiffel Tower (now the gift shop) doing communications during the war.