Fighter Country Partnership President and Executive Director Ron Sites thanks Fry’s Food Stores for their Generous Hearts campaign benefiting USO, Arizona Heroes to Hometowns, Packages from Home and Fighter Country Foundation.
Fighter Country Partnership is proud to feature Jason Isaak, Principal, Policy Development Group and the Vice Chairman of the Blue Blazer Squadron.
Jason has worked for Policy Development Group since 1998 and represents clients at all levels of government – local, state, and federal. Prior to joining PDG, Jason served as legislative director for Congressman Jim Kolbe. During his nearly eight year tenure on Capitol Hill in Congressman Kolbe’s office, Jason rose through the ranks to ultimately staff the Appropriations Subcommittee on Treasury and Postal Service which Kolbe chaired. During his time on Capitol Hill, Jason was responsible for advising Congressman Kolbe on a range of issues including defense, education, currency reform, law enforcement, judicial matters, and immigration.
A Tucson native, Jason graduated from Baylor University and holds a diploma for the completion of the US Naval War College’s College of Naval Command and Staff program.
Fry’s Food Stores in Arizona has selected Fighter Country Partnership – Fighter Country Foundation as one of the organizations to benefit from the Courageous Hearts campaign. Between February 3, 2014 through March 2, 2014 visit any of the 119 Fry’s Food Stores to purchase your COURAGEOUS HEART and help give back to the people that have sacrificed so much for this country – our United States military personnel, retirees, veterans, and their families!
FCP Visions Winter 2013 is now available as a digital download. This issue discusses a rebirth of “Luke Days 2014″, the open house air show at Luke AFB, the arrival of AF-41, a reflection of Dorothy Rowe and more.
Fighter Country Partnership is proud to feature Steve L. Bruflat, P.E., an alumni member of the Honorary Commanders Program and a Blue Blazer, formerly assigned to the 308th Fighter Squadron at Luke Air Force Base from 2004-2006.
Steve is a registered civil engineer in the State of Arizona and practicing businessman with five companies offering professional engineering services around the States of Arizona, Utah, Nevada and in the country of Qatar.
After spending his earlier life growing up in an Air Force family at bases around the U.S., Steve moved to Arizona in 1970 and has lived here ever since. Five of those earlier years and during his college years were spent on a working cattle ranch in Montana. Steve acquired his civil engineering education from the University of Hawaii and Arizona State University.
Acting Secretary of the Air Force Eric Fanning visited Luke Air Force Base on Nov. 5 to speak to Luke AFB Airmen and preside over the retirement ceremony of a civil servant in the 56th Comptroller Squadron, Dorothy Rowe, who retired after serving 70 years — the longest tenure of any civilian in the Air Force.
Fanning also met with wing leadership, toured the base and held an all-call attended by about 400 Airmen, during which he covered a broad range of topics, including sequestration and sexual assault.
About 150 people attended the retirement luncheon, including Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers and other community leaders.