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Brady Stevenson of the US Air Force

We all know that the United States Air Force keeps our skies safe. We know that they use superior technology, tactics, and training to dominate the air over this nation and most of the globe. But those pilots and crews can’t do their job unless they have teams of men and women supporting them on the ground. Today we Salute Brady Stevenson of the United States Air Force. Brady is a member of the Air Force Security Services. The Security Services is actually the largest career field in the Air Force and it covers many jobs from missile security, to base security, to law enforcement, and more. Maureen Stevenson is Brady’s proud mom, and she tells me that Brady is basically like an MP for the Air Force. He works to secure air fields and facilities where he’s stationed. Maureen also says her son Brady has been in the Air Force for 6 years, and he is considering a full 20 year career. “He just loves his job, and he loves the travel and opportunities.” She said. It sounds like Brady is making his momma proud. Every day Stevenson puts on the uniform to keep the ground and the equipment safe, so that the pilots and the crews can maintain that airborne superiority that keeps us all safe. And that is why today we are Saluting Brady Stevenson of the United States Air Force.

We live in the land of the free, because of the brave!

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