Salutes & Awards

April 27, 2012

412th TW first quarter awards

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by 95th Air Base Wing Public Affairs
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Team Edwards would like to congratulate all the winners of the 412th Test Wing First Quarter Awards.  The winners are:

 

Company Grade Officer of the Quarter

Capt. Jeffrey Dallas, 412th Flight Test Squadron

 

Airman of the Quarter

Senior Airman Brooke Parsetich, 412th Operations Support Squadron

 

NCO of the Quarter

Tech. Sgt. Jeremy Clements, 412th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

 

Senior NCO of the Quarter

Master Sgt. Hilario Torres, 412th AMXS

 

Supervision/Management Category

John Snyder, 412th OSS

 

Scientific/Engineering Category

Nicole Potter, 418th Flight Test Squadron

 

Technician Category

Michael Hammond, 418th FLTS

 

Trades & Labor Category

Randolph McIntosh, 412th AMXS

 

Secretarial/Clerical Category

Guillermo Fabian, 412th Maintenance Group

 

Staff/Specialist/Analyst Category

Lisa Cross-Culver, 412th TW

 

Staff/Specialist/Analyst Category – PM

Josefina Gonzalez, 412th TW

 

Team Category

F-35 Low Observable Flight, 412th AMXS

 

Technical Paper Excellence

Global Power Fighter Combined Test Force, 419th Flight Test Squadron




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