Spotlight: Master Sgt. Larry Marsh

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  • By Master Sgt. Joshua Woods
  • 301st Fighter Wing Command Post

Q: What is your title and how long have you been with the 301st?

A:  Command Post Specialist and NCOIC, C2 Operations. I transferred to the 301st in April of 2012.

 

Q: What did you want to do as a kid?

A:  I wanted to be a broadcast journalist.  In high school, I got an opportunity as I was selected to be a part of our school’s radio and public access television department.

 

Q: Why did you join the military?

A:  Opportunities. I spent a couple years in JROTC and thought that the military was a great way to get my education and explore the world.

 

Q: What is your favorite part of the job?

A:  I get to communicate with a lot of folks and my position in the Command Post allows me to network with several work centers and personnel on a regular basis.

 

Q: What are your career goals?

A:  I am currently back in college taking courses that are in direct correlation with my job, but I have aspirations to move up within the federal system.

 

Q: What are your hobbies?

A:  When I get an opportunity to, I enjoy relaxing and playing video games with my kids. I do enjoy running on a regular basis to ensure pass that I can still pass my PT test.

 

Q: What is something people might not know about you?

A:  When I was in active duty (and wasn’t enjoying so much Texas food), I participated in the world’s only Intercontinental Marathon in Istanbul, Turkey that crossed from Asia into Europe.

 

 

 

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