Technical Sergeant Ambers E. Hanson is recognized for his personal and professional achievements, particularly his dedicated military service to the United States. Born on July 31, 1923, Hanson interrupted both his high school and university education to serve in World War II and the Korean War. At 19, he enlisted in the United States Army Air Corp, serving as a radio operator on B-17 and B-24 aircraft, and completed 25 missions with the "Mighty Eighth" 8th Air Force, 34th Bomb Group, 391st Bomb Squadron. His bravery earned him several medals, including the Air Medal with three oak leaf clusters, the European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal with two bronze stars, and the World War II Victory Medal.

After his military service, Hanson returned to high school and then pursued higher education, first at West Georgia College and later at Auburn University, where he graduated with a degree in agricultural economics in 1952. He continued to serve the public for 35 years with the Soil Conservation Service, helping combat soil erosion and supporting farmers. The Alabama House of Representatives extends its highest commendations to Ambers E. Hanson for his service and accomplishments, offering this resolution as a token of their esteem and best wishes for his continued prosperity.