First 35th Fighter Wing commander becomes AFSA member

MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan - Tech. Sgt. Jason Kidd, left, 35th Security Forces Squadron, assists Col. Michael D. Rothstein, 35th Fighter Wing commander, with filling out his Air Force Sergeants Association membership form here 27 Sept. AFSA is a leading force on Capitol Hill and works closely with elected representatives and their staff members to assist in drafting proposals for legislation on issues related to military members and their families. AFSA also works closely with White House staff personnel and Pentagon officials to ensure that enlisted members' concerns are heard and acted upon. The mission of AFSA is to support and improve the quality of life, economic situation and well-being of Air Force enlisted personnel and their families. Rothstein is the first 35th Fighter Wing commander to join AFSA. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Marie Brown)

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