Burger burn

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  • By Master Sgt. Vincent De Groot
  • 185th ARW Wing Pubic Affairs
Enlisted members of the 185th Air Refueling Wing Maintenance Group were treated to a burger burn lunch today in the main hanger while performing home station annual training in Sioux City, Iowa. The lunch was provided in appreciation for their efforts this past year where they have been supporting numerous deployments and inspections.

Officers from the maintenance group provide burgers and sides for lunch in order to recognize the hard work and show their appreciation to 185th crew chiefs and representatives from the various maintenance support shops in attendance.

Lt. Col. Kurt Kindschuh 185th Maintenance Group Commander took the opportunity to thank everyone in attendance and told the large group gathered that their efforts are not going unnoticed.

"The 185th has a reputation throughout the Air Guard as a great unit and it is due in large part to the quality of work performed by our maintainers" said Kindschuh, "We have very high mission capable rates, we deploy almost continuously and we consistently perform well on various inspections."

According to Kindschuh the burger burn is a small token of his appreciation and the kind of thing they would like to do more.

"It's important to moral that we do things like this and that we constantly communicate our appreciation for the hard work these guys do every day" Kindschuh said.

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