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WoW: Staff Sgt. Crow

a photo of an Airman being awarded weasel of the week

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Christina Crow, 20th Fighter Wing Chaplain Corps non commissioned officer in charge of readiness, is recognized as this week’s Weasel of the Week (WOW) at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, Jan 2, 2020. The WOW series highlights great Airmen and asks them to share their likes, dislikes, Air Force spirit and personalities. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Jacob Gutierrez)

SHAW AIR FORCE BASE, S.C. -- The Weasel of the Week series asks Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, heroes, experts and all-around great Airmen to share their likes, dislikes, Air Force spirit and personalities.

We sat down with Staff Sgt. Christina Crow, 20th Fighter Wing Chaplain Corps noncommissioned officer in charge of readiness, to get to know her and how she helps keep our spiritual pillar of health in tiptop shape. Crow can’t wait to spend the holiday season with her family. At home, Crow enjoys hunting, hiking, and being outdoors.

Where are you from?
I am from Houston, Texas.

Why did you decide to join the Air Force?
My whole family started in the Air Force, so I wanted to continue that.

How long have you been at Shaw?
About eight months.

What is your favorite part of South Carolina?
It’s closer to the beach than I was in Texas.

How would you describe a normal day?
Working on readiness for the chapel and then going out to the different units to make sure everyone is taken care of.

What is your favorite sport? Team?
Hunting? Does that count?

How would you describe your leadership style?
Strong and fair.

What is one Air Force resource you found that is incredibly beneficial?
Military One Source.

What’s your outlook mailbox look like?
All the taskers I still need to get to.

What is one thing you wish people knew about your job?
(As a Religious Affairs Airmen) we’re not all religious and this isn’t a special duty.

What is your least favorite task and how do you make sure you get it done?
My least favorite part would be filling out engagement hours and reports in the Air Force Chapel Corps Activity Reporting System.

What is your favorite part of the job?
Going out to different units and talking to all sorts of people.