22nd AMDS member earns spotlight performer

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  • By Airman 1st Class Armando A. Schwier-Morales
  • 22nd Air Refueling Wing Public Affairs
Staff Sgt. Matthew Rosenfeldt, 22nd Aerospace Medicine Squadron Industrial Hygiene Element NCOIC, has been in the Air Force for six and a half years. He has spent two and a half years at McConnell. Sergeant Rosenfeldt's hobbies include fishing, camping, hunting, softball and football.

Who is the most positive influence in your life and why?
The most positive influences in my life are my wife and son. My wife has consistently been there for me, and my son brings nothing but smiles to my face. They are the force that keeps me going.

What would you like to accomplish during your Air Force career?
I am six classes from completing my bachelors; that and making technical sergeant are more short-term goals. For my long term goal, I want to complete a masters degree in Business Administration. I look forward to getting an opportunity to serve overseasĀ and see more of the world. Ultimately, I want to retire from the Air Force.

Where is the most interesting place you have traveled and why do you feel that way?
I haven't been afforded the opportunity to travel to many places aside from military temporary duties stateside, but one of the most interesting places I have been was the Center for National Response in W. Va. While there, I was able to train for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear events in a semi-realistic environment. The training has prepared me to meet the demands of my challenging career field.

What is your favorite book/ movie and why?
My favorite book is "World War Z," which is about a zombie apocalypse. I thoroughly enjoy anything to do with zombies. It fascinates me to see the different ways people portray them in movies and in books. I don't think I can call any movie my favorite. I watch just about anything. To me it's the little things in movies that matter, not the overall plot. I love comedy.

If you have the opportunity to meet anyone in the world, who would it be and why?
I never got to meet my dad's father. He passed away before I was born. If he was anything like my dad, he would have been a great person to chat with. My son never got to meet my father, either; he passed away before he was born. I just wish things could have been different.