June Batcat Spotlight

  • Published
  • 353rd Special Operations Group
Name: Airman 1st Class Shayla Cox

Squadron: 353rd Special Support Operations Squadron

Job and duty title: Logistics Planner

Hometown: Harrisburg, Penn.

Time in Service: 2 years

What is your favorite part about your job? My favorite part of my job is being able to travel the Pacific and seeing firsthand how important the 353 SOG mission is.

Career/Personal goals: My career goals are to compete and win BTZ. My fitness goals are to complete a half-marathon and get a 100 on my next PT test. I also want to go back to college full-time and become a business owner.

What is most important to you? God, family, and food.

What makes A1C Cox the Batcat Spotlight?
Amn Cox has been an integral part of our exercise deployments. She has stepped up during my absence and continued planning two joint exchange training held in Malaysia and Philippines as well as a Joint Chief of Staff-directed exercise in Guam. When asked to put the logistics team together for SOG’s largest exercise, Amn Cox was picked because I know her performance history and her possible potential. Besides tracking deployment of 400 plus personnel, their beddown, food, and transportation, she also performed as the field ordering officer who bought mission essential items during the exercise. She truly goes above and beyond in ensuring all logistical requirements were met in order for our operators to focus on the mission. To some, being a support element could be a miniscule task, but she does not take it lightly. Amn Cox knows the importance of her role and how it needs to be done correctly... And she delivers every time. Her attention to details and unparalleled work ethics makes her my go-to Airman.
                                                                                                                                           -Master Sgt. Karla Brown
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