Salutes & Awards

February 28, 2014

Team Edwards members honored at 412th TW Annual Awards Banquet

Fourteen¬†individual categories and one team category were up for grabs at the 412th Test Wing’s Annual Awards banquet, which was held at Club Muroc Feb. 21. The theme for this year’s banquet was “No Mission’s Impossible.” Congratulations to all the annual award winners for representing the very best of Team Edwards!

Airman Category Winner: Senior Airman Lauren Harris, 412th Test Wing Judge Advocate Office, is congratulated by (left) Brig. Gen. Michael T. Brewer, 412th Test Wing commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Brian Randolph, 412th TW command chief.

 

Supervision/Management Category: Brian Luedtke, 412th Communications Squadron

 

Staff/Specialist/Analyst Category: Hector Hernandez, 412th Operations Group.

 

Airman Category

Senior Airman Lauren Harris

412th Test Wing Judge Advocate

NCO Category

Tech. Sgt. Jason Pringle

416th Flight Test Squadron

SNCO Category

Master Sgt. Destiny Clawson

412th Medical Support Squadron

CGO Category

Capt. Michael Ciampa

416th FLTS
 

Secretarial/Clerical Category: Veronica Flanigen, 412th Force Support Squadron.

 

Staff/Specialist/Analyst Category – Program Manager: Keith Whitman, 412th CS.

 

Staff/Specialist/Analyst Category – Program Manager: Keith Whitman, 412th CS.

 

First Sergeant

Master Sgt. Alexander Erb

412th Operations Group

Supervision/Management Category

Brian Luedtke

412th Communications Squadron

Scientific/Engineering Category

Andrew Hansen

412th Test Wing

Technician Category

Scott Hammond

418th Flight Test Squadron
 

SNCO Category: Master Sgt. Destiny Clawson, 412th Medical Support Squadron.

 

Scientific/Engineering Category: Andrew Hansen, 412th Test Wing.

 

CGO Category: Capt. Michael Ciampa, 416th FLTS.

 

Trades & Labor Category

John Shartzer

412th Civil Engineering Directorate

Secretarial/Clerical Category

Veronica Flanigen

412th Force Support Squadron

Staff/Specialist/Analyst Category

Hector Hernandez

412th Operations Group

Staff/Specialist/Analyst Category – Program Manager

Keith Whitman

412th CS

Team Category

F-22 Modernization Team

411th Flight Test Squadron

Honor Guard Manager of the Year Category

Master Sgt. Harold Padua, 452nd Force Support Squadron, March AFB, Calif.

Honor Guard of the Year Category

Senior Airman Nia Razo, 452nd Force Support Squadron, March AFB, Calif.
 

Honor Guard of the Year Category: Senior Airman Nia Razo, March AFB, Calif.

 

NCO Category: Tech. Sgt. Jason Pringle, 416th Flight Test Squadron.

 

Honor Guard Manager of the Year Category: Master Sgt. Harold Padua, March AFB, Calif.

 




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