(Contributed by Nellis Bullseye staff writer.)
Senior Airman Rebekah Kindred
57th Component Maintenance Squadron
Hometown: Muncie, IN
What do you drive and how does it match your personality?
– A black 2005 Impala and a black Honda ’03 600RR. The Impala is responsible and family oriented, and the bike is outgoing and fun!
What’s your favorite movie quote?
– “So what you’re saying is, it grows in all white trash like that naturally.” – Joe Dirt
If you could have one superpower, what would it be and why?
– To fly. You could see so much more.
If you could be an animal, what animal would you be and why?
– A lion because they are known for leadership, strength, loyalty and they’re the top of the food chain.
What’s your favorite thing to do in Las Vegas?
What are your favorite pizza toppings?
– BBQ, ham and cheese.
Name one thing your coworkers don’t know about you.
– I have a twin brother.
Who’s the greatest musical artist to die too soon?
What is your favorite song to karaoke?
– “Love Shack” – The B-52′s
What stresses you out at your job, and how do you relieve stress?
– Coming from a heavy base and having to learn five new aircraft. Working out is the best way to relieve my stress and spending time with my family.
What would you say to your basic training TI if you saw him/her walk into your office?
– What are you doing here!
In high school what were you – a dork, jock, or something else?
– A cheerleader and track star.
If you were to go on Survivor, what one comfort item would you take with you?
– Smell goods.
If you could appear on any reality TV show, what would it be and why?
– I have no idea! Something to win a few bucks.
How do you remember your CAC at the end of the day?
– Keep it in the same place and with me all the time.
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