Salutes & Awards

July 6, 2012

Team Edwards sees 29 enlisted Airmen make next grade

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by 95th ABW Public Affairs
Air Force photograph by Ethan Wagner
Edwards Air Force Base leadership pose in front of June's promotee class June 29 at Club Muroc.

Twenty-nine enlisted members from Team Edwards were promoted during the monthly enlisted promotion June 29 at Club Muroc. Congratulations to the Airmen who took another step forward in their careers.

 

Promoted to Airman 1st Class

Teandre T. Pacheco, 95th Air Base Wing

Patrick L. Richards, 95th Security Forces Squadron

 

Promoting to Senior Airman

John L. Duncan III, 95th Communications Squadron

Tarin S. Goodman, 95th Force Support Squadron

Steven C. Laudicina, 95th Aerospace Medicine Squadron

Dean M. Montero, 95th Security Forces Squadron

Elaura A. Navarro, 95th Medical Support Squadron

Eduardo E. Valdez, 95th Security Forces Squadron

 

Promoting to Staff Sergeant

Dennis M. Franske Jr., 412th Operations Support Squadron

Angela C. Harrietha, 95th Comptroller Squadron

Adrian L. Kreischer, 95th Security Forces Squadron

Joseph A. Millstead, 412th Operations Support Squadron

Robert D. Petty, 95th Security Forces Squadron

Scott M. Roberts, 31st Test and Evaluation Squadron

Nqoua Yang, 95th Security Forces Squadron

Nikita M. Zajdel, 416th Flight Test Squadron

 

Promoting to Technical sergeant

Ryan R. Ford

Brandon J. Johnson, 95th Aerospace Medicine Squadron

Joseph W. Sellers Jr., 412th Maintenance Squadron

Monica R. Symonds

 

Promoting to Master Sergeant

G. S. Foster, 31st Test and Evaluation Squadron

Adam J. Guest, Air Force Flight Test Center

Heather D. Kuhn, 31st Test and Evaluation Squadron

Erin R. Louden, 362d Recruiting Squadron

Justin E. Podomnik, 31st Test and Evaluation Squadron

Stacy A. Stewart

 

Promoting to Chief Master Sergeant

Jeremy A. Johnson

Shane H. Pilgrim

Darrell E. Shelton, 95th Security Forces Squadron




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