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January 8, 2016
 

Team Davis-Monthan wins AFRC Recruiting award

From the 943rd Rescue Group
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DAVIS-MONTHAN AIR FORCE BASE, Ariz. — “Team Davis-Monthan” won the Top Flight in Air Force Reserve Command Recruiting Service for FY 1015, having met 209 percent of their annual accessions goal.

Additionally, Master Sgt. Adam Eldard, 943rd Rescue Group in-service recruiter, won Top Recruiter in the command for FY 2015, having met 235 percent of his annual accessions goal.

“Team Davis-Monthan” includes: Senior Master Sgt. Clark Gilleo (flight chief), Senior Master Sgt. Cherie Rogers (flight chief), Master Sgt. Adam Eldard (in-service recruiter), Master Sgt. Gabriel Silva (in-service recruiter), Master Sgt. Tyler Max (officer accessions), Master Sgt. John Herrick (line recruiter), Tech. Sgt. Martin Guardado (line recruiter), Tech. Sgt. Anthony White (in-service recruiter), and Jan Dietman (administrative assistant).

The recruiting zones for “Team Davis-Monthan” include the greater Tucson, Ariz., area, and Holloman Air Force Base, N.M. “We had an awesome team of NCOs who really took recruiting to the next level,” said Gilleo, of their success. “They were always professional and went out of their way to take care of their applicants. All of them will be future leaders in our program. Anyone who is interested in becoming a Citizen Airman or who wishes to transition from active duty to the Air Force Reserve may call (520) 228-0821 or 1650 to speak with a line or in-service recruiter or an officer accessions specialist.




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