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128 ARW Officers offer Cadets "fuel for thought"

Lt Col Anthony Chosa, 128 ARW, Maintenance Group Deputy Commander discusses the important role the KC-135R “stratotanker” plays in supporting the Air Force mission to Marquette University AFROTC cadets.

Lt Col Anthony Chosa, 128 ARW, Maintenance Group Deputy Commander discusses the important role the KC-135R “stratotanker” plays in supporting the Air Force mission to Marquette University AFROTC cadets.

Lt Col Frank Alvarez, 128 ARW, KC-135 Instructor Pilot, offers insight and inspiration to Marquette University AFROTC cadets who are working toward a career in the Air Force.

Lt Col Frank Alvarez, 128 ARW, KC-135 Instructor Pilot, offers insight and inspiration to Marquette University AFROTC cadets who are working toward a career in the Air Force.

Milwaukee -- Four officers of the 128th Air Refueling Wing visited Marquette University's RecPlex/Straz Tower to participate in the AFROTC Det 930 career day. The Marquette cadets listened intently while the officers discussed why belonging to the Air National Guard was a highlight in their lives and offered the cadets some insight into their specific military careers, "it is important that our local ROTC programs and cadets know who the 128th ARW is and that we can be a part of their future." said Lt Col Frank Alvarez, Instructor Pilot for the 128th.
After a 45-minute introduction to all the visiting officers the cadets had time for more career specific questions during an open forum held in the RecPlex/Straz Tower Gymnasium.
The event was organized by USAF Major Patrick O'Halloran, Commandant of Cadets, AFROTC Det 930.