- Name: Janice Elizabeth Schultz (Flint)
- Location of Birth: Hibbing, Minnesota
- Date of Birth: August 11, 1948
- Date of Death:
- Parents: Clifford and Helen Flint
- High School and Class: 1967 - Nashwauk-Keewatin High School, Nashwauk, Minnesota
- College: Some college - part-time only
- Highest Rank: SGT (Sergeant)
- Branch: Air Force
- Other Branch:
- Date Sworn In: August 25, 1967
- Place Sworn In: Hibbing, Minnesota
- Date of Discharge: August 25, 1971
- Place of Discharge: Omaha, Nebraska
Units and Locations:
Start Date End Date Unit(s) and Location(s) Served March, 1968 August, 1971 39020 Air Base Wing (Strategic Air Command) Offutt Air Force Base, Omaha, Nebraska
- Military Awards:
Letter dated March 21, 1968 from Alyce M. Miller, Director of the Lancaster County Chapter of the American Red Cross to Lt. Colonel William E. O'Neil, Chief, Base Military Personnel at Offutt Air Force Base in Omaha, Nebraska:
"On behalf of the Lincoln Military Families Organization and the staff and volunteers of Lancaster County Red Cross chapter, may I say "thank you" for your part in our recent Armed Forces Family Night.
We have had many favorable comments from persons who attended the event and who expressed particular enthusiasm toward your presentation on the panel. We hope you would be willing to return to Lincoln sometime in the future and meet with our Air Force families at one of their group meetings. We shall look forward to such an opportunity.
Will you also express to the men and women of the Base who accompanied you, our appreciation of the sacrifice of their time and effort to come to Lincoln? We were proud of the Air Force representation from Offutt at this community event.
Again, our thanks to you for your sincere cooperation and interest."
Letter dated March 28, 1968 from William E. O'Neil, Lt. Colonel, United States Air Force to Janice E. Flint:
"1. It is a pleasure to receive the attached letter of acknowledgement and "thank you" from Mrs. Miller, Lancaster County Chapter Director, Service to Military Families, American Red Cross. Your response on such short notice as well as your assistance in making Offutt's exhibits "professional" aided immeasurable in making the overall presentation a success.
2. I am pleased to again add my thanks for a job well done and commend you for your efforts in the interest of improved Military-Community relations."
- Military Highlights:
1970 to 1971 - I participated in processing 1200 passport and visa applications. I really enjoyed this assignment.
The military was the best job I ever had!
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