Salutes & Awards

August 24, 2012

Team Edwards honors second quarter award winners

From left: Brig. Gen. Michael T. Brewer, Air Force Test Center commander, Senior Airman Melissa Spicer, 412th Medical Group, and Chief Master Sgt. Brian Randolph, 412th TW command chief, pose for a photo during the second quarter awards ceremony held in the Base Theater Aug. 15. Spicer was presented with Airman of the Quarter plaque. Thirteen team members were honored along with one team category.

The 412th Test Wing announced its second quarter award winners in a gathering at the Base Theater Aug. 14. Congratulations to the April through June awardees.

Airman of the Quarter:

Senior Airman Melissa Spicer

Noncommissioned Officer:

Staff Sgt. David Swearinger

Senior Noncommissioned Officer:

Master Sgt. Thomas Ireland

Company Grade Officer:

Capt. Forrest Taylor

Trades/Labor category:

Mark Kraus

Supervision/Management category:

James Worden

Technician category:

George Johnston

Staff/Specialist/Analyst category:

Peter Katuszonek

Secretary/Clerical category:

Wende Wagner

Scientific/Engineering category:

Stuart Bridges

Team category:

F-22 Instrumentation Team

Volunteer of the Quarter:

Faith Whalen

Honor Guard of the Quarter:

Tech. Sgt. Harold Padua

Project/Program Manager:

Lester Knox

Student Trainee:

Ruben Soliz III




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