Team Andersen's Best: Sr. Airman Nathaniel Potter
36th Munitions Squadron missile maintenance team trainer
- Potter's duties include ensuring the flight is provided thorough initial and recurring training. He also tracks and provides the flight's ancillary training.
- In addition to being an assistant team trainer, Potter is also the 36th Munitions Squadron's assistant engine manager.
- He maintains an inventory consisting of 70 F-107 turbofan engines and his efforts support the only overseas Conventional Air-Launched Cruise Missile operation providing U.S. Pacific Command deep-strike capabilities.
- He grew up on Guam and is happy to be back. He is also a fan of soccer and plays on the squadron team and local team.
Photo: ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE, Guam -- Senior Airman Nathaniel Potter's duties include ensuring the flight is provided through initial and recurring training. He also tracks and provides the flight's ancillary training. (U.S. Air Force photo by A1C Alexa Ann Henderson)
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