Salutes & Awards

June 27, 2013

Diamond Sharp June 2013

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Senior Airman Matthew O. Dinsdale / 924 MXS

Name/Squadron: Senior Airman Matthew O. Dinsdale / 924 MXS

First Sergeant: Senior Master Sgt. John Harris

Duty Title: Egress Technician

When joined the AF: July 2010

Hometown: Denver, CO.

Hobbies: Spending time with my girlfriend (the love of my life), going to the gym, hiking, camping, charity fitness events or any outdoor activities.

Selection Reasons:  

Airman Dinsdale was chosen not only because of his superior work ethics and excellent job skill knowledge; he has proven time and time again his dedication to others, which embodies our core values. He continues day in and day out striving to do his best and work diligently with every individual he has contact with; kindness and fortitude of character is what makes him stand out.

Airman Dinsdale attends Community Charity Runs and events (Thanksgiving day run, Fun runs, fitness expositions). He is involved in his neighborhood community watch program and cares for  personal vehicles and assets while on members are on deployment. He generously donates money and time to various charities in need. Airman Dinsdale holds himself to the highest fitness standards by scoring a 100% on the fitness assessment and seeks out those who need help, to inspire and motivate them to do their physical best and achieve a successful score. A completely dedicated professional!




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