Salutes & Awards

April 4, 2014

Team Edwards celebrates March enlisted promotions

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Team Edwards watched 26 Airmen from its enlisted corps take the next step in their Air Force careers during a ceremony at the Base Theater March 31. Congratulations to all promotees! 

 

To airman first class: 

Gomez, Emilio Ezequiel, 412th Security Forces Squadron

Boss, Kyle Jerrod, 31st Test and Evaluatin Squadron

Mcclay, Antonio, 412th Comptroller Squadron

 

To senior airman: 

Murphy, Jason Aaron, 412th Security Forces Squadron

Axsom, Joshua Ryan, 412th Security Forces Squadron

Janis, Tyler Paul Roger, 412th Security Forces Squadron

Harris, Matthew David, 412th Security Forces Squadron

Garcia, Melissa Monique, 412th Security Forces Squadron

Werner, Cote Scott, 412th Operations Support Squadron

Stephens, Daryl, Air Force Test Center

Mould, Aaron Robert, 412th Test Wing

Powell, Cedrick Jeron, 412th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

 

Team Edwards’ March promotees sing the Air Force Song at the base theater March 28 after pinning on their new ranks.

To staff sergeant: 

Rodriguez Perez, Junior Dejesus, 412th Force Support Squadron

Gomez, Arturo Jr., 412th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

Dann, Bryan Thomas, 412th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

Fortin, Michael Peter, 412th Communications Squadron

Parks, Christopher Tuparan, 412th Communications Squadron

Rainey, Dominique Nicole, 412 Medical Support Squadron

Anderson, Brandon Kyle, 412th Security Forces Squadron

 

To technical sergeant: 

Shura, Adam Joseph, U.S. Air Force Test Pilot School

Miller, Philip Timothy, 412th Medical Support Squadron

 

To master sergeant:  

Pringle, Jason, 416th Flight Test Squadron

Davis, Bryce C., U.S. Air Force Test Pilot School

 

To senior master sergeant: 

Monroe, Sheryl L., 412th Force Support Squadron




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