Airman First Class Seth Thede has graduated from the METC Biomedical Equipment Technician Training, a rigorous program that taught in depth electrical and mechanical concepts and tested his ability to apply those concepts. This airman has 42 weeks of training that included college style lectures, clinical application on equipment theory, as well as hands on lab performance on 28 pieces of equipment ranging from simple suction units to complex radiography equipment. As well as a continuation on how to be, and what it means to be a member of the armed forces. He has been tested a staggering 188 times and graduated with honors finishing amongst the top of his class making the dean's list. A1C Thede is now a part of the DOD healthcare professionals.
Seth is the son of Craig Thede of Frisco, Texas and Debra Day of Norwalk, Iowa. Grandson of Kenny and Irma Thede of Reinbeck and son in law of David and Laurie Street of Gladbrook.