“In 2005 … the 36th Wing was stood up. … Miss Joyce was the first member … and welcomed that team and started getting things happening very quickly. … I have no doubt from the commander that his first day looked just like mine. She handed him the schedule for the next two weeks and said, ‘Here’s what I’ve got ready for you.’ It was the breadth of everything you needed to do. It was how to take care of the mission, how to take care of the airmen and how to be plugged into and know this community and . . .

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