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May 8, 2014

Diamond Sharp May 9, 2014

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Staff Sgt. Libertyann Kehr / 355 FW Staff

Name/Squadron: Staff Sgt. Libertyann Kehr / 355 FW Staff

First Sergeant: Master Sgt. Cole Jacob

Duty Title: NCOIC Military Justice

When joined the AF: Aug. 31, 2005

Hometown: Anchorage, AK

Hobbies: Reading, playing with children

Selection Reasons:

Staff Sgt. Libertyann Kehr, is the NCOIC of Military Justice at the base legal office. She is a 5 skill level filling a 7 skill level/MSgt position with three 3 skill level paralegals to train and mentor. Under her guidance during the month of April, Military Justice had four preferral of charges, an Article 32 hearing, a special courts-martial and twelve Article 15’s were conducted.  She arranged with the Communications Squadron to set up for child victims to testify via webcam, easing any further stress on the children. Staff Sgt. Kehr attended a five day Military Justice Administration training at Maxwell AFB. While TDY at the course she secured $130,582.52 of funding approval, orders and travel for 28 experts and witnesses in a high profile general courts-martial. As the sole Government Purchase card holder for the office, she ordered, spent, and reconciled $3.5K for supplies/bills vital to ensuring justice.




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