Working for Airmen: 92nd ARW Command Chief shares parting wisdom ahead of retirement

Chief Master Sgt. William Arcuri, 92nd Air Refueling Wing command chief, and his wife Nikki in Paris, France. Arcuri is set to retire from active duty after 30 years of distinguished military service. A native of York, Pennsylvania, Arcuri entered the Air Force directly after high school in September 1995. He deployed eight times and served in leadership roles at seven home-station and six deployed units throughout the Pacific, North American, European and Central theaters. (Courtesy photo)

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