July Enlisted Corps Spotlight

By U.S. Strategic Command Public Affairs | U.S. Strategic Command | June 30, 2019

OFFUTT AIR FORCE BASE, Neb. —

U.S. Air Force Airman Sebastian Vreeburg, a Security Force Entry Controller, Bravo Fleet, hails from Castro Valley, California, and has 1 year of military service.

Q: How does your job support USSTRATCOM and our missions?

A: My job supports the USSTRATCOM mission by deterring enemy activity. If enemy threats do arise, it is my job to confidently neutralize any threat.

Q: What do you find most rewarding about your work at USSTRATCOM?

A: What I find most rewarding working at USSTRATCOM is the people I come into contact with. As a young Airman, working at USSTRATCOM has opened countless doors for my future.

Q: What has been a challenge for you regarding your work at USSTRATCOM and how have you overcome that challenge?

A: A challenge for me at work is understanding the different military cultures here at USSTRATCOM. I have overcome this challenge by observing the way other branches interact with me as an Airman, and with each other.

Q: What has been your most memorable experience in the military?

A: My most memorable experience in the military has been having the honor to meet USSTRATCOM Commander General John Hyten, along with the other Generals, Admirals, and Chiefs that make up USSTRATCOM leadership.

Q: What is the one piece of information or advice about working at USSTRATCOM that you'd pass on to new members of the USSTRATCOM team?

A: One piece of advice I would give to a new member at USSTRATCOM would be to genuinely enjoy working here. The opportunities to network with amazing people are endless. Working at USSTRATCOM will open many doors for your career and future.