November Spotlight Airman Published Nov. 21, 2017 By Senior Airman Enjoli Saunders 175 Wing Public Affairs Baltimore -- Name: Michael McClenning Rank: Senior Airman Unit: 175th Logistics Readiness SquadronJob Description: Receive and issue aviation fuel Fulltime Job: Fuels Distribution Technician Hometown: Brunswick, Maryland Joined the MDANG: 2012 Total Service years: 5Family: I have one older sister and three younger brothers, and my parents of course. Favorite Movie: Star Wars TrilogyFavorite Food: Lasagna and garlic bread or Chipotle Favorite Sports Team: Washington Capitols Tell us your brief life story?I attended elementary, middle and high school in Brunswick, Maryland. I began attending at Frederick Community College for a year before joining the 175th Wing. Tell us about your military career?I am truly proud of my military career. Since joining, I’ve had the chance to learn two career fields and receive credit toward my academic education. Through various training missions and a deployment, I have been able to travel to different places around the world. I was able to accomplish these things while serving my country and being an example for my community. It’s a pretty cool deal. What brought you to the MDANG? How have you enjoyed your time here?I was speaking with friends about my interest in joining the military and someone brought up the Air National Guard. I decided to check it out. I was impressed with the 175th Wing, especially the A-10’s. I decided to join. Five years later, here I am. I have absolutely enjoyed my time here. I have met some exceptional people, made lifelong friends, and saw some pretty amazing places. All in all it’s been a great ride so far. What is your favorite Air Force or military memory or story?I have a lot of great memories. If I had to choose, my trip to Estonia was the most memorable. It was a great training opportunity and I was able to experience a new culture with good people. It was an amazing trip.What is your proudest moment? My proudest moment was graduating Basic Military Training. At graduation, I felt like I accomplished something that would positively change my life and allow me to give something back to my country. What are you passionate about?Growing up, motocross is what was passionate about and I still am. Always feels great to spend a free day riding dirt bikes with a good group of friends.