Airman Spotlight: Tech. Sgt. Myisha Richardson

OSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea -- Unit: 51st Fighter Wing / Legal Office

Job title: NCOIC, Civil\General Law

Job description and its impact on the overall mission: Plans, manages, and directs the operation and overall administration of the civil and general law section. Under an attorney's supervision, consults with military personnel, dependents and civilian employees regarding legal assistance. Prepares standard and specially drawn documents such as powers of attorney, wills, promissory notes, deeds and bills of sale. Performs legal research into decisions, publications, statutes on legal questions.

Time in the military: 10 Years

Time at Osan: nine months

DEROS: September 2010

Family: Single

Hometown: Dallas, Texas

Hobbies: Traveling, reading, shopping and riding all terrain vehicles.

Why did you join the military? To travel and see parts of the world I wouldn't otherwise have the opportunity to see.

Where do you see yourself in 10 or 20 years? In ten years I see myself with a family still serving in the Air Force as a chief master sergeant. In 20 years, I see myself retired living someplace warm near the ocean.

What do you do for fun here? Sight-seeing and shopping with friends

What's your favorite Air Force memory or story? One favorite memory would have to be during my very first deployment in which I got the chance to volunteer for a 72-hour mission that eventually took me to the horn of Africa. Working alongside the different service branches, the experiences we had and the role we played in OIF/OEF will remain as one of the better experiences I have had since joining the Air Force.