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Military News

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Ashley E. Joslyn

Army Reserve Spec. Ashley E. Joslyn is currently deployed to Iraq serving in support of Operation New Dawn, formerly called Operation Iraqi Freedom.

The New Dawn mission transitions and signifies a formal end to U.S. military combat operations in Iraq, and shifts the U.S. emphasis from predominantly military to predominately civilian as the U.S. officials assist Iraqis in accordance with the Strategic Framework Agreement.

The three primary missions of U.S. Forces include advising, assisting, and training the Iraqi Security Forces; conducting partnered counter terrorism operations; and providing support to provincial reconstruction teams and civilian partners as they help build Iraq's civil capacity.

Joslyn is an intelligence analyst assigned to the 310th Expeditionary Sustainment Command based in Indianapolis.

She is the daughter of Tracy and Edward A. Joslyn of W. County Road 1500 N.,Carbon, and is a 2008 graduate of Northview High School, Brazil.

Zachary L. Sanabria

Air Force Airman Zachary L. Sanabria has graduated from the C-17 Aerospace Maintenance Apprentice Course at Sheppard Air Force Base, Wichita Falls, Texas.

The course is designed to train airmen in aircraft maintenance fundamentals and weapons systems familiarization, security instruction, technical order systems, maintenance management and documentation, aircraft and flightline safety.

Training included use of hand tools, hardware, and equipment to perform aircraft ground handling, corrosion, and inspection procedures; instruction and familiarization with particular aircraft airframe, electrical, hydraulic, egress, environmental, fuel, flight and landing controls, engines and related systems and components.

Sanabria is the son of Martha A. Copper and stepson of Kenneth J. Copper of North Meridian Street, Brazil, and is a 2007 graduate of Northview High School, Brazil.

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