Salutes & Awards

July 20, 2012

ALS graduates 22 future NCOs

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by 412th Test Wing Public Affairs
Air Force photograph by Edward Cannon
Base leadership and graduating Airman Leadership School students sing the Air Force Song during their graduation ceremony at Club Muroc July 12. Twenty-two future NCOs graduated.

Congratulations to the 22 Airmen who graduated from the Airman Leadership School July 12.

Senior Airman Joshua Fielder, 412th MXS, was honored as the Academic Achiever and Distinguished Graduate Award Winner; Senior Airman Devon Griffith, 412th Operations Support Squadron, was the John L. Levitow Award Winner; and Senior Airman Maria Nelson, 412th Security Forces Squadron, was the Commandant Award Winner.

 

Other graduates were:

Senior Airman Brandon Bennett, 31st Test and Evaluation Squadron

Senior Airman Daniel Goodman , 31st TES

Senior Airman Sung Choi, 31st TES

Senior Airman Brent Brumley, 31st TES

Senior Airman Ryan Walsh, 412th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

Senior Airman Christopher Back, 412th AMXS

Senior Airman Dexter High, 412th AMXS

Senior Airman Kyle Dallaire, 412th AMXS

Senior Airman James Bozley, 412th AMXS

Senior Airman Jonathan Case, 418th Flight Test Squadron

Senior Airman Jacqlyn Cope, 452nd Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron (March Air Reserve Base)

Senior Airman Ian Coching, 452nd Logistics Readiness Squadron

Senior Airman Benjamin Hobson, 912th ARS (March Air Reserve Base)

Senior Airman Richard Kline, 912th Air Refueling Squadron

Senior Airman Dakota Price, 912th ARS

Senior Airman Jake Bidne, 912 ARS

Senior Airman Raul Macias, 412th Medical Group

Senior Airman Michael Moore, 412th SFS

Senior Airman Rollan Keys, 412th SFS

 




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