Senior Airman Sitney Bounpraseuth graduated from the Dog Tag Inc. Fellowship Program in October 2015. He enlisted in the Air Force shortly after graduating from high school in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He went to Lackland Air Force Base, Texas for the Air Force Basic Military Training that lasted six weeks. He learned basic war skills, military discipline, physical fitness, drill and ceremonies, and Air Force core values.
After basic training he received orders to Fort Leonard wood, Missouri for six months of technical training for Engineering Apprentice in land surveying and architectural design. Upon graduating he received order to Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland with the 89th Civil Engineering Squadron.
As an Engineering Assistant, Senior Airman Bounpraseuth prepared as-built drawings, comprehensive plans, and blueprints using Computer Aided Design software. He also led a team in digitizing and cataloging over 80,000 sets of blueprints to reduce storage space.
In January 2003, Senior Airman Bounpraseuth deployed to Jordan to provide security for US military personnel. Then in June 2004, he forward deployed to Pakistan as a construction project manager where he planned, coordinate, budget, and supervise construction from development to completion. He also supervised a team of 13 security personnel for force protection of construction projects.
After six years of service, Senior Airman Bounpraseuth separated from the Air Force to continue his studies at Strayer University in Washington, DC. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in International Business and a Master of Business Administration.