Salutes & Awards

April 27, 2012

MXG award winners named for quarter

The following individual or units are quarterly best-of-the-best award winners:

Foreign object debris prevention program

Individual: Senior Airman Jeremy McCalmon, 56th Component Maintenance Squadron

Flightline: 425th Aircraft Maintenance Unit

Backshop: 56th CMS

FOD poster: Airman 1st Class Charles Gajda, 62nd AMU

Quality assurance

TAMS: 308th AMU

Specialist: 62nd AMU

Weapons: 308th AMU

Support: 310th AMU

Phase dock: Coyote 3

AGE team: South Aerospace Ground Equipment

 

Best of the best

Load crew: 308th AMU, Crew 307
Staff Sgt. Steven Kamysz, Senior Airman Joel Ortiz and Senior Airman Jacquard Lee

Crew chief and assistant: Staff Sgt. Christopher Paden and Senior Airman Scott McDonald, 62nd AMU, Aircraft 83-1160C

 

Specialist

Airman: Airman 1st Class Stephen Mehr, 310th AM

NCO: Tech. Sgt. Jose Munoz, 308th AMU

 

Equipment technician

Airman: Senior Airman Christopher Bolling, 56th Equipment Maintenance Squadron

NCO: Staff Sgt. Daniel Estrada, 56th CMS

 

Aircraft technician

Airman: Senior Airman Kristel Svenkenrud, 56th EMS

NCO: Tech. Sgt. Christopher Mason, 56th CM

 

Support professional

Airman: Senior Airman Pramosh Sriprawat, 56th CMS

NCO: Staff Sgt. Joseph Stein, 56th CMS

 

56th MXG quarterly award winners

The following individuals are quarterly award winners:

Company grade officer: 2nd Lt. Greg-ory Thomas, 56th Maintenance Group

Civilian (Category I): Carl Moser, 56th EMS

Civilian (Category II): Rickey Radford, 56th Maintenance Operations Squadron

 

Direct

Airman: Senior Airman Jeremy Norrell, 756th AMXS

NCO: Staff Sgt. Brianne Brown, 756th AMXS

Senior NCO: Senior Master Sgt. Sean Siegal, 56th AMXS

 

Indirect

Airman: Senior Airman Ian Hoag, 56th MOS

NCO: Tech. Sgt. Nathanial Kellogg, 56th EMS

Senior NCO: Master Sgt. Kenrick Edmund, 56th EMS




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