Salutes & Awards

March 7, 2014

Team Edwards celebrates February promotees

Col. Daniel Daetz, 412th Test Wing vice commander (far left), and Chief Master Sgt. Briand Randolph, 412th TW command chief (far right), pose for a group photo with Team Edwards’ newest enlisted promotees and the base theater Feb. 28.

Base leadership and unit commanders gathered at the base theater Feb. 28 to honor and congratulate the newest enlisted promotees during the monthly promotion ceremony. Congratuations to all the Airmen who have taken another step in their Air Force careers!

To airman

  • Austin Gorence, 412th Communications Squadron

 

To airman 1st class

  • Timothy Daehnert, 412th CS
  • Anthony Horton, 31st Test and Evaluation Squadron
  • Antonio McClay, 412th Comptroller Squadron

 

To senior airman

  • Joseph Freeman, 412th Security Forces Squadron
  • Stephanie Grebe, 412th SFS
  • Kelsey Stillwell, 412th SFS
  • Daniel Bahena, 412th SFS
  • Joshua Axsom, 412th SFS
  • Jason Murphy, 412th SFS
  • Adam Miller, 412th SFS
  • Nicholas Wrzesinski, 412th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
  • Karl Zimmer, 412th Operations Support Squadron
  • Jamie Muniz, 412th OSS
  • Angela Guilbert, 412th Medical Operations Squadron

 

To technical sergeant

  • Robert, Bridgeforth, 412th OSS
  • Marlena Farley, 412th MDOS
  • Guy DeMarco, 412th Test Wing
  • Parker Garrett, 31st TES

 

To master sergeant

  • Daniel Magas, 412th SFS
  • Kristen Davis, Air Force Test Center
  • Dustin Hoover, 412th AMXS

 

To chief master sergeant

  • Paul Jacobs, 912th Air Refueling Squadron, March Air Reserve Base, Calif.

 




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