Salutes & Awards

May 24, 2013

DLT Airmen selected for promotion

355th Fighter Wing Public Affairs

Fifty-three DLT Airmen here were notified May 23 that they have been selected for promotion to the rank of master sergeant.
Air Force-wide there were 20,528 Airmen eligible for promotion to the senior noncommissioned officer tier. The selection rate was 18.71 percent resulting in 3,841 eligible technical sergeants being promoted.
The promotes are:

355th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

  • Jack Behar, Daniel Connolly, Jodi King, Jason Larsen,
  • Michael Mahaffey, Jonathan McGuire, Michael Nelson,
  • Adam Schlingman, Joshua Weneck, John Williams

355th Civil Engineer Squadron

  • Adam Boubede, Charles Curnutte, Matthew Deel, Travis Keale,
  • Chad Louis, Lillian Smith

355th Communications Squadron

  • Jarrod Blanchard

355th Component Maintenance Squadron

  • Walter Alamo, William Carlton, Joshua Fetrow, Jared Hann

355th Contracting Squadron

  • Ian Lutjens

355th Dental Squadron

  • Avegail Cariaga

355th Equipment Maintenance Squadron

  • Matthew Coburn, Nicholas Pravecek, Christopher Smith,
  • Sean Smith, John Spiekermeier

355th Fighter Wing

  • Adrianne Smith, Ross Weatherford

355th Force Support Squadron

  • David Bushnell, Lorenzo Livingston, Clayton Woodall

355th Logistics Readiness Squadron

  • Craig Ezell, Tammy Kerr, Daniel Little, Steven Nichols,
  • Joseph Sayles, Jason Taylor, Joseph Valdez

355th Maintenance Operations Squadron

  • Jesse Beasley, Verdelle Holloway, Daniele Ossi , James Thompson,

355th Operations Support Squadron

  • Tommy Tam, Christina Ward

355th Security Forces Squadron

  • James Parker

Projected incoming DLT members

  • Wesley Going, from 8th Maintenance Squadron, Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea; Talisha Green, 31st Logistics Readiness Squadron, Aviano Air Base, Italy; Edward Gutierrez, United States Air Forces in Europe, Ramstein AB, Germany; Brian Reynolds, Air Force Office of Special Investigations Field Investigations, Osan AB, Republic of Korea; Rosa Ismael, 344th Training Squadron, Port Hueneme Naval Air Station, Calif; Stephen Washington, Air Force Element, Dover AFB, N.J.; Ryan Zacher Pacific Air Forces, Joint-Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii



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