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Airman Spotlight: 151 CF's SMSgt Cody Mosher

U.S. Air Force Senior Master Sgt. Cody Mosher analyzes client systems for quality assurance from his desk from the Utah Air National Guard Base in Salt Lake City Utah, 3 Mar 2012. (U.S. Air Force Phot by Tech. Sgt. Jeremy Giacoletto-Stegall/Released)

U.S. Air Force Senior Master Sgt. Cody Mosher analyzes client systems for quality assurance from his desk from the Utah Air National Guard Base in Salt Lake City Utah, 3 Mar 2012. (U.S. Air Force Phot by Tech. Sgt. Jeremy Giacoletto-Stegall/Released)

SALT LAKE CITY --
Name: Senior Master Sgt. Cody Mosher
Unit and Job title: 151st Communications Flight Quality Assurance
Hometown: Kaysville

Q: Why did you join the Air National Guard?
A: My father was in the Guard, and it helped pay for college.

Q: Do you have a civilian job? If so, what is it?
A: I'm a systems specialist for the Federal Aviation Administration. I maintain the automations systems that controllers use to control air traffic in Salt Lake air space, which extends from Cedar City to Canada, Idaho, Montana, parts of Nevada, and parts of North and South Dakota.

Q: What is your favorite ANG memory?
A: The one that sticks out the most was when we did a bare base deployment to Cyprus in 2002. It was something we'd never done before, and haven't done since. We went in with no communication assets in place, and set up a complete network.

Q: What do you like most about the Guard?
A: The friends I have out here. The mission is enjoyable, but definitely the friends I've made and worked with for 13 or 14 years.

Q: What do you like to do for fun?
A: Golfing, fly fishing, photography, and lots of travel. I go on lots of road trips to southern Utah, and the Caribbean for scuba diving and sailing.

Q: Do you have any interesting talents or skills?
A: I spend my free time doing my hobbies, and that's about it. I am a certified open water scuba diver, and have done open water dives in Guam, Aruba, the Caymans, Belize, and Mexico, to name a few.