Hard work and training is the life for airmen who work north of Seoul
by Master Sgt. Louis A. Arana-Barradas, photos by Master Sgt. Val Gempis
Each day, Staff Sgt. Nate Sandler gets up early, goes to work and trains hard. If he’s lucky, he’ll get to “call in air” for the soldiers he works with. That puts a smile on his face.
Then he returns to his dormitory and grabs some chow. And if there’s no new movie to see, he’ll likely hit the sack early. The next day, he does the same thing over again.
Apart from a few trips into Seoul, and a one-month leave back home, that’s pretty much what his life will be like during his one-year tour in South Korea.
Lots of work and little play. Boring? To some it’s like gulping down a fistful of Sominex.
Sandler doesn’t think so...Read More