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In Focus: Trinidi Miller

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Utah native Trinidi Miller loves caring for people and animals; whether that's helping Airmen with paperwork, taking care of her family, or working with her horses.

“My favorite part of my job is promotions because I like to see people get excited when they’re making rank,” said Senior Airman Trinidi Miller 419th Force Support Squadron Personnellist in career development. “The best part of my job is helping other people.”

When she’s not assisting Airmen as an Active Guard Reserve, Miller works with and rides her horses. She will often go straight from work to train her horses for several hours. Miller grew up with horses and her brothers compete in rodeos. She enjoys training her horses and going on trail rides with her fiancé.

“It’s my therapy,” Miller said. “Horses are just so special. We don’t deserve them.”

One of her most altruistic goals is to start a rescue farm. She would like to rescue horses and other animals from poor conditions to train and rehabilitate them.

Miller also dedicates a significant amount of time to support her fiancé and her brothers when they compete at rodeos. While she said it can be stressful to watch them participate in dangerous events such as bareback riding and bull riding, she enjoys attending and supporting them.

The “In Focus” series is a monthly feature that puts the spotlight on some of the 419th Fighter Wing’s best and brightest Reserve Citizen Airmen. Find it on Instagram @419fw and Facebook @419th Fighter Wing