Kirtland Warrior: Senior Airman Raymond Meier

KIRTLAND AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. --

Name: Senior Airman Raymond Meier

Unit: 377th Security Forces Squadron

Duty Title: Base Defense Operations Center Controller

Hometown: Brawley, California

Goals: His short term goal is to graduate from the CCAF in criminal justice, promote to the rank of staff sergeant and become a civilian law enforcement officer. Long term, he plans to complete a bachelors degree in animal behavior and join the U.S. Marshal Service in an effort to join the Fugitive Task Force.

Accomplishments: Meier provides command and control for 37 posts/patrols, supervises more than 280 alarmed accounts with more than 10,200 alarm points base wide valued at more than $2.9 million. He has co-led the coordination of two National Defense Areas for downed CV-22 Osprey in the foothills of Monzano Mountain. Meier was responsible for command and control of the largest multi-agency response on Kirtland AFB by directing 6 agencies, 11 patrols and more than 150 recalled security forces members to a possible active shooter.