Build Your Legacy: Trainee Tracy Dang

U.S. Air Force trainee Tracy Dang, assigned to the 307th Development and Training Flight, answers interview questions at Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana, Dec. 2, 2023. Dang’s grandfather and cadre in the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps program, influenced her to join the military. Dang’s grandfather served in the Army of the Republic of Vietnam alongside U.S. troops and immigrated to America after Saigon’s fall. (U.S. Air Force photo by Build Your Legacy: Trainee Tracy Dang Family members of U.S. Air Force Trainee Tracy Dang, assigned to the 307th Development and Training Flight, pose for an undated photo. Several of Dang’s family fought alongside U.S. troops during the Vietnam conflict. Many of them immigrated to America after the fall of Saigon to avoid persecution by communist regime in place at the time. (courtesty photo) Build Your Legacy: Trainee Tracy Dang U.S. Air Force Trainee Tracy Dang , assigned to the 307th Development and Traing Flight, smiles for her official Junior Cadet Corps photo during her 5th grade year as a student in Fort Worth, Texas. Dang is a first generation U.S. citizen. Her family immigrated from Vietnam to avoid persecution for serving alongside U.S. troops during the conflict there. (courtesy photo) BARKSDALE AIR FORCE BASE, La. — This is the fifth installment in the Build Your Legacy series, where we sit down with enlisted recruits to find out who and what influenced them to join the Air Force Reserves. The series is designed to help those currently serving and veterans to better understand what potential recruits want to know about life in the Air Force Reserve. A compelling story of service and legacy led Tracy Dang, a first-generation Asian American, to raise her right hand and commit to the United States Air Force Reserve. Although Dang was born in […]

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