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Weapons safety sergeant top performer

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  • By Airman 1st Class Jeffrey Schultze
  • 36th Wing Public Affairs
A noncommissioned officer from the 36th Wing's weapons safety office earned recognition from his senior leadership for his professional "can-do" attitude and dedication to his craft.

Tech. Sgt. Robbie Romines, 36th Wing weapons safety NCO, was selected by Master Sgt. Michael Mysliwiec, 36th Wing First Sergeant, to represent his squadron as top performer.

Sergeant Romines, an Orlando, Fla., native, entered the Air Force in 1993 and attended Basic Military training at Lackland Air Force Base. He then went on to technical training at Lowry Air Force Base. He is currently assigned to the 36th Wing on temporary duty from his home station McChord Air Force Base, Wash. In addition to McChord, he has served at a myriad of bases throughout his career including Moody and Langley Air Force Bases, and Ramstein and Kunsan Air Bases.

While speaking on his Air Force experience thus far, Sergeant Romines conveyed "I like that I'm able to make our country and the world a better place for my kids and future generations."

According to Sergeant Mysliwiec, Sergeant Romines has made major contributions and "has led the way in positively influencing Weapon Safety's relationship with all deployed units," in addition, "Sergeant Romines' professional knowledge of weapons safety has mitigated any potential mishap resulting in the 36th Wing's 'zero' weapons related mishaps."

Sergeant Romines makes his presence felt outside of the office as well as a member of the 5/6 Club and spends time volunteering at his church.

When off duty Sergeant Romines enjoys spending time with his family, long distance running and watching Florida Gators games.

When asked what the Air Force has given him in return for his service, it is simple, "pride and the skills to succeed."

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