Wild Weasel Of The Week: A1C Jim Boudreau

Each week a member of the 35th Fighter Wing is selected as the Wild Weasel of the Week. This individual is recognized based on superior performance, outstanding work ethic, and overall good conduct and discipline.

The 35th Civil Engineer Squadron chose Airman 1st Class Jim Boudreau, structural apprentice, to be their Wild Weasel of the Week.

What is your daily mission?
Maintain infrastructure across all of Misawa Air Base.

What do you enjoy about your job?
Our career field has a wide range of job ob?expertise, so I enjoy getting a chance to do something different every day. Another thing is I get to see all the facilities on base.

Why did you choose to serve in the Air Force?
It was the best opportunity for me in looking for a career.

What is your favorite thing about living in Japan?
I get to see another country and experience another culture.

Who has been your best mentor and what have they taught you?
I don't have someone I consider my mentor. However, I learn everything I can from people who have been in the Air Force longer then I have. Everyone has had their own experiences and I can learn from all of them.

How long have you been stationed at Misawa?
9 months

How long have you been in the Air Force?
A little over one year.

What goals do you want to meet while at Misawa?
I want to see and experience as much of Japan as possible and obtain my Community College of the Air Force Degree.

What goals do you want to meet during your Air Force career?
Obtain a bachelor's degree and do everything I can to set myself up for life after the Air Force.

Supervisor's comments:
"A1C Boudreau may be brand new to the Air Force but after an extremely fast break-in with the roughest and toughest crew in the far east, he has quickly become a rock star. In a job that has too many combined career fields to count, we usually have Airmen that are jack of all trades and masters of none. However, not A1C Boudreau, he has talent and experience exploding out his ears. He is my go-to guy on some very high dollar construction projects. With his wicked ingenuity and go-getter gumption, I know that I can count on him to take my direction and grab the bull by the horns. The base motto might be 'Fight Tonight' but that's not soon enough for this guy. His everyday battle attitude is BRING IT!" - Tech. Sgt. Gerald Bontrager, 35th CES structural craftsman.