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22nd MDSS Airman earns spotlight performer

Airman Briana Hampton, 22nd Medical Support Squadron medical records technician, poses with Col. Phil Heseltine, 22nd Air Refueling Wing vice commander, Lt. Col. Lee Nenortas, 22nd Medical Support Squadron commander and Chief Master Sgt. Donald Breitkreutz, 22nd Operations Group superintendent, Sept. 23, 2016, at McConnell Air Force Base, Kan. Hampton received the spotlight performer for the week of Aug. 29 - Sept. 2. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Jenna K. Caldwell)

Airman Briana Hampton, 22nd Medical Support Squadron medical records technician, poses with Col. Phil Heseltine, 22nd Air Refueling Wing vice commander, Lt. Col. Lee Nenortas, 22nd Medical Support Squadron commander and Chief Master Sgt. Donald Breitkreutz, 22nd Operations Group superintendent, Sept. 23, 2016, at McConnell Air Force Base, Kan. Hampton received the spotlight performer for the week of Aug. 29 - Sept. 2. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Jenna K. Caldwell)

MCCONNELL AIR FORCE BASE, Kan. -- As a spotlight performer, individuals are chosen by leadership for demonstrating the Air Force's Core Values: Integrity First, Service Before Self, and Excellence in All We Do.

Airman Briana Hampton, 22nd Medical Support Squadron medical records technician, received the spotlight performer for the week of Aug. 29- Sept. 2.

Hampton coordinates release of information functions, prepares, files, safe-guards, transfers and retires health records. She also acts as the flight safety monitor for 28 personnel.

“Airman Hampton embodies Service Before Self,” said Tech. Sgt. Latasha Compton, 22nd MDSS NCO in-charge. “Upon notification for another country national tasking, she cancelled a cruise to make sure she was able to complete all of her training prior to her upcoming deployment.”

Hampton, an Arlington, Texas, native, joined the Air Force in October 2015 and arrived at McConnell in January 2016. Her hobbies include watching movies, eating and playing softball.

Who is the most positive influence in your life and why?

The most positive influence in my life is my dad. My dad has always been my biggest supporter, has always encouraged me and never judged me, which is huge for me. I have always looked up to him.


If you could give advice to a new Airman, what would it be and why?

Stay positive and take advantages of all the opportunities the Air Force has to offer.


What is one goal that you have already accomplished, or would like to accomplish, during your Air Force career?

One goal is to earn my Bachelor’s degree in health service management.


Where is the most interesting place you have traveled and why do you feel that way?

I think the most interesting place I’ve been to is Tokyo, Japan, because there is so much to do and see and the people are extremely friendly, which is amazing.


If you had the opportunity to meet anyone in the world, who would it be and why?

If I had the opportunity to meet anyone in the world it would be Tia Torres. I am a huge animal lover and I relate to her in that aspect. I think it’s awesome what she does for the community and the animals that she saves.