• Honoring Veronica Davis

  • Veronica enlisted at the age of 19 and was with the 374th Aerospace Medical Squadron while in Japan, the 386th Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron while in Kuwait, Qatar, and UAE, and 322nd Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron in Balad, Iraq.

    While in her normal capacity as a Bioenvironmental Engineer she was tasked with base wide chemical, biological, and radiological safety.  She was a HAZMAT specialist, OSHA/EPA and confined space entry certified.  While deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom she was a Security Forces Augmentee tasked with base security, as well as the security of multiple convoys transporting both personnel and equipment.

    She's received many accolades, awards, and letters of recognition from 374th Medical Wing for outstanding performance and upholding the Air Force Core Values:  Outstanding Unit Award, National Defense Ribbon, Global War on Terrorism Ribbon, Air Force Good Conduct Medal, and Iraq Campaign Medal.  

    Veronica was injured on deployment which led to an honorable medical discharge.  After returning home she received a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and began working with the Department of Defense as a Training Specialist, training soldiers all over the world on equipment ranging from weapons, weapons systems, personal protective equipment, and chemical/biological protective equipment.  She has trained over 1,000+ soldiers both stateside and abroad.  We are expecting our first child in June of 2022, and she is Aunt Extraordinaire to 6 nieces and nephews.