9/7/2012 - Susan Yansak, 87th Security Forces Squadron office automation clerk, earned recognition Sept. 4 for her 40 years of service to the U.S. military.
Susan began her career with the Army in 1972 and worked in various positions with the Army’s Noncommissioned Officers Academy, Walson Army Hospital central appointment desk and adjutant general section, and the U.S. Army Overseas Replacement Center.
Her administrative career began in August 1979 working as a clerk typist for four years and as an operations clerk for nine and a half years in the 5th Training Brigade on what was formerly Fort Dix.
Susan transferred to the U.S. Army Provost Marshal Office as a military police desk clerk in October 1992 where she worked for seven and a half years. She then began work as an office automation clerk with the Directorate of Public Safety Police Department in October 2000. She was acquired by the 87th SFS when Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst stood up in October 2009 and has been working with the 87th SFS since.