Salutes & Awards

August 31, 2012

ALS graduates 21 Airmen

Club Muroc hosted the latest graduating class from the Airman Leadership School Aug. 23.

Class 12-F saw 21 Airman take the next step towards more responsibility and possibly entering the noncommissioned officer ranks. Congratulations to those Airmen who completed an important assignment in their Air Force careers.

Class 12-F

  • Senior Airman Michael Burns, 12th Combat Training Squadron (Fort Irwin, Calif.) (Commandant’s Award)
  • Senior Airman Gregory Evenson, 12th Combat Training Squadron (John L. Levitow Award)
  • Senior Airman Ana Oglesby, 31st Test and Evaluation Squadron and Evaluation Squadron
  • Senior Airman Anthony Guzman, 31st Test and Evaluation Squadron
  • Senior Airman James Hayes, 31st Test and Evaluation Squadron (Academic Achievement Award)
  • Senior Airman Nicholas Burgess, 31st Test and Evaluation Squadron
  • Senior Airman Cole Anderson, 412th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
  • Staff Sgt. Terrell McCormick, 412th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
  • Senior Airman Robert Valenzuela, 412th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
  • Senior Airman Jared Tomko, 412th Maintenance Squadron
  • Senior Airman Angelyn Walker, 412th Maintenance Squadron
  • Senior Airman Ashley Bernhardt, 752nd Medical Squadron (March Air Reserve Base)
  • Senior Airman Brian Murray, 912th Air Refueling Squadron (March Air Reserve Base)
  • Senior Airman Brandon Richardson, 912th Air Refueling Squadron
  • Senior Airman Shane Stapleton, 412th Comptroller Squadron
  • Senior Airman Ashley Beal, 412th Force Support Squadron
  • Senior Airman Brandon Keith, 412th Medical Group
  • Senior Airman Nicholas Marvin, 412th Security Forces Squadron (Distinguished Graduate Award)
  • Senior Airman Chelsea Cobb, 412th Security Forces Squadron
  • Senior Airman Jeremy Babcock, 412th Security Forces Squadron
  • Senior Airman Alias Cowan, 412th Security Forces Squadron


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