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  • AB
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  • A1C Mar 96
  • SrA Nov 97
  • SSgt Mar 01
  • TSgt Mar 05
  • MSgt Mar 11
  • SMSgt Jan 15

Bio 

Sergeant Peeterse was born on March 12, 1976 in San Angelo, Texas. He enlisted in the Air Force in March of 1996. After graduating Basic Training he went to Technical School at Keesler AFB, Mississippi. Upon graduation from Tech School Sergeant Peeterse was stationed at Langley AFB, Virginia. While at Langley Sergeant Peeterse was part of the Base Honor Guard, even serving as Assistant NCOIC. He was reassigned to Kunsan AFB, Republic of Korea with a follow on back to Langley AFB. Once reassigned to Langley AFB, Sergeant Peeterse applied to be an Airman Leadership School Instructor at Tyndall AFB, Florida. After four years of instructor duty he was reassigned as a Quality Assurance Evaluator at Tyndall and served in that capacity for a year. Sergeant Peeterse was reassigned to Ramstein Air Base Germany, on June 6th 2009. In his current duty station he has served as Swing Shift Element Supervisor and PMEL Section NCOIC, and TMDE Flight Chief. He was assigned to his current duty station, Shaw AFB, on 4 June 2013 where he serves as the TMDE Flight Chief. Sergeant Peeterse is married to the former Kristin Guarino and has two sons Logan and Easton. Sergeant Peeterse’s history of accolades includes numerous achievements and honors. He was a promotee to SrA under the Below-the-Zone program, Honor Guard Flight Leader of the Year (2001), the 1st MXG Maintenance Professional of the Year (2002), the 1st MXS NCO of the Year (2002), AFSA Chapter NCO of the Year (2009), Distinguished Graduate from NCOA (2007), 86 MXG SNCO of the Year (2012), 86 MXG Volunteer of the Year (2013), AFSA Division Member of the Year (2013) recipient. His major awards and decorations include the Air Force Meritorious Service Medal, the Air Force Commendation Medal with one oak leaf clusters, Air Force Achievement Medal with two oak leaf clusters, Air Force Outstanding Unit Award with valor and two oak leaf clusters, Air Force Good Conduct Medal with three oak leaf clusters, National Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, and Korean Defense Service Medal.
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