Salutes & Awards

May 4, 2012

Logistics professionals of year announced

Airman 1st Class Grace Lee
Tech. Sgt. Prentiss Logan, 56th Logistics Readiness Squadron NCO in-charge of storage operations, pulls F-16 tires to fill an issue request at the LRS warehouse Apr. 26. Logan was named Material Management NCO of 2011 at the Logistics Professional of the Year luncheon. Logan manages Luke Air Force Base warehouse operations, consisting of more than 24,000 line items valued at approximately $292 million.

The following individuals are 56th Logistics Readiness Squadron professionals of the year winners:

Fuels management

Airman: Senior Airman Deven Johnson

NCO: Tech. Sgt. Abel Telles

Senior NCO: Master Sgt. Jeremy Whitworth

Civilian technician: Paul Gattie

 

Deployment and distribution

Airman: Airman 1st Class Adam Lence

NCO: Tech. Sgt. Christopher Sanchez

Senior NCO: Master Sgt. Nolan Hawkins

Civilian technician: Edward Lyons

Civilian supervisor: Mike Carbone

 

Materiel management

Airman: Senior Airman Roza Kowai

NCO: Tech. Sgt. Prentiss Logan

Senior NCO: Master Sgt. Marla Page

Civilian technician: Susan Andrews

Supply support Airman: Senior Airman Courtney Stone

NCO: Staff Sgt. Demarius Reese

 

Vehicle maintenance

Airman: Senior Airman David Moseley

NCO: Tech. Sgt. Scott Preston

Senior NCO: Master Sgt. Michael Ginez

Civilian technician: Bobby Stifle

Civilian supervisor: Tom Mullen

Company grade officer: Capt. Brian Flores-Cueva




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