Salutes & Awards

May 18, 2012

E-7 promotions

The following individuals were selected for promotion to Master Sgt.:

756th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

Edward Bates Jr., John Costa, James Craig, Terrance Hathaway, Lon Henderson, Raymond Hetrick, Travis Hochsprung, Kevin Kilbride, Damian Lay, Bryan Longellow, Christopher McGhee, Leon Montgomery, Steve Radnor, Justin Romo, Brian Schweitzer, Gerald White, David Winter

 

56th Fighter Wing

Charles Beers, Robert McNeal

 

56th Security Forces Squadron

Michael Benjamin, Clayton Helm, Katherine Mahana, Patrick Smith

 

56th Logistics Readiness Squadron

Paul Bertrand, Helen Henning, Robert Leach, Jaycee Roman, Jennifer Velissariou

 

56th Operations Group

Joshua Boor

 

56th Medical Group

Ovenbalin Brown

 

56th Medical Support

Mason Bushey

 

51st Dental Squadron

Kristi Cruz

 

56th Civil Engineer Squadron

Robert Dwyer, Anthony Morales, Jason Munn, Shawn Welborn

 

56th Maintenance Group

Keith Farmer Jr., Travis George

 

56th Force Support Squadron

Matthew Fligg, Kristoffer Lacson

 

56th Medical Operations Squadron

Aaron Jennejohn, Anna McCumbers

 

56th Aerospace Medicine Squadron

William Johnston

 

56th Communications Squadron

Jermaine Jones, Joshua Thornsberry, Mildred Wright

 

56th Equipment Maintenance Squadron

Mark Liddy, Howard Suggs

 

56th Operations Support Squadron

James Lopez, Philip Mohr

 

56th Component Maintenance Squadron

Mathew Mach, Andrew Rickert

 

56th Maintenance Operation Squadron

Michael Moser, Zenobia Muhammad, Andrew Wasson

 

56th Mission Support Group

Sean Portgee

 

8th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

Coy Reeves

 

62nd Fighter Squadron

Benjamin Taylor




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