Air Force

March 1, 2013

Twenty-four Airmen promoted

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The Team Edwards community gathered at the Base Theater to recognize and congratulate the latest enlisted promotees Feb. 28. Congratulations to all 24 Airman for taking the next step in their Air Force careers!

To master sergeant

  • Justin M. Dancer, 31th Test and Evaluation Squadron
  • Henry Gonzalez, 31th Test and Evaluation Squadron
  • Erik R. Robbins, 412th Aerospace Medicine Squadrn
  • Johnathon S. Larson, 412th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
  • Antwain D. Mallory, 412th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
  • Destiny L. Clawson, 412th Medical Support Squadron
  • Dennis G. Coffer, 412th Security Forces Squadron
  • Robert W. Webb, 412th Security Forces Squadron
  • Richard S. Springer, Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center
  • Detachment 1

To technical sergeant

  • Steve A. Muro, 412th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
  • Teresa M. Cruddas, 412th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
  • Joshua D. Morris, 412th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
  • Hector S. De La Garza III, 412th Logistics Test Squadron
  • Elizabeth L. Urquia, 412th Maintenance Group
  • Johnny R. Johnson, 412th Security Forces Squadron

To staff sergeant

  • Calvin E. Ford, 31th Test and Evaluation Squadron
  • Robert A. Valenzuela, 412th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
  • Jasbir S. Sandhu, 412th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
  • Trevor J. Klabik, 412th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
  • Randy E. Sims Jr., 412th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
  • Andrew J. Hornacek, 412th Security Forces Squadron
  • Aaron W. Mendoza, 412th Security Forces Squadron
  • John M. Brame, 412th Security Forces Squadron
  • Brandon A. Foy, 412th Security Forces Squadron

To senior airman

  • Jordan E. Kent, 412th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
  • Jason M. O’Neill, 412th Medical Support Squadron
  • Jacob A. English, 412th Medical Support Squadron
  • Daisha V. Nance, 412th Mission Support Group
  • Edward L. Wright Jr., 412th Security Forces Squadron
  • Mathew S. Denny, 412th Security Forces Squadron
  • Jordan M. Corsonwalp, 412th Security Forces Squadron

To airman 1st class

  • Dana J. Hatton, 412th Communication Squadron
  • Preston J. Maxwell, 412th Security Forces Squadron



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