Salutes & Awards

May 18, 2012

ALS graduates 37

The John J. Rhodes Airman Leadership School graduated two staff sergeants and 35 senior airmen May 10 from class 12-4. The graduates are senior airmen unless otherwise noted:

 

The award winners are:

John L. Levitow Award: Staff Sgt. Scott Avis, 56th Civil Engineer Squadron

Distinguished graduates: Sylvia Calmelat, 162nd Force Support Squadron; Jarod Martinez, 607th Air Control Squadron; Corina Baker, 56th Civil Engineer Squadron

Commandant’s Award winner: Kelly Brooks, 56th Logistics Readiness Squadron

Academic Achievement Award: Sylvia Calmelat, 162nd Force Support Squadron

 

Physical training

Most Improved: Derek Hahn, 756th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

Fire breather: Jeffery Scott, 56th Maintenance Operations Squadron

 

Other graduates are:

56th Fighter Wing

Jessica Grijalva

 

56th Component Maintenance Squadron

Timothy Callahan

 

56th Equipment Maintenance Squadron

Michael Burden, Jeffrey Ragin, Michelle Galan, Staff Sgt. Marcel Mcdonald, Jacob Gerhardt, Travis Roland and Christopher Vargo

 

56th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

Michael O’Brien, Randy Williamson and Casey Doidge

 

756th AMXS

Tony Kepo’o, Daniel Kok and Heston Cantu

 

56th CES

Kyle Keefer, Cameron Brantley and Seth Huff

 

56th Security Forces Squadron

Timothy Murphy, Steven Boatright, Dustin Barnes and John Torres

 

56th LRS

John Kaelin

 

56th Medical Support Squadron

Johnny Amaya

 

56th Medical Operations Squadron

Jeremy Lawrence and Justine Paramo

 

56th Aerospace Medicine Squadron

Annita Harding

 

607th ACS

Bryon Matthews, Michael Shea, Chani Blakeman and Kenneth Josey

 

197th Air Refueling Squadron

Matthew Duncan

 

372nd Training Squadron, Det 12

Richard Gurganus and Adam Steinmetz




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