Why did you join the Air Force? I grew up listening to the stories my dad told about his days in the Air Force. As like many other kids, I wanted to grow up to be like my dad and decided to join the Air Force when I was about 22 years old.
What do you like most about your job? The experiences I have encountered in my career so far have been incredible. To try and pick out one part of my job that I like the most would be near impossible.
What is your favorite thing to do around the area? In my spare time I enjoy going for long motorcycle rides, skydiving and target shooting.
Warrior Highlights: "Senior Airman Case was nominated for work supporting the Low Profile Parachute test program and his dedication to the Air Force test parachute mission. He self-initiated three Joint Personnel Recovery Agency training courses and conducted 34 dummy paradrops of the new Air Force Special Operations Command bailout parachute. He pioneered test dummy restraint applications using experimental rigging and collected data for a chute with an experimental instrumentation system, which captured parachute performance parameters. He's currently testing a new emergency parachute for the AC-130 as part of the LPP test program. As part of that program he's facilitated live jumps and dropped test dummies from a B-25 bomber at altitudes up to 17,000 ft. Case achieved 100-percent drop zone accuracy. Airman Case also Installed and serviced O2 equipment for an unpressurized high altitude dummy drop, which enabled edge-of-envelope testing of a new parachute."