Salutes & Awards

June 22, 2012

E-6 selects announced

The promotion list for technical sergeant was released Air Force-wide Thursday. The following individuals were selected at Luke:

 

56th Fighter Wing

Olivia Luque

 

56th Operations Group

Marquia Giles and Terry Maxwell

 

308th Fighter Squadron

Tiffani Taylor

 

56th Maintenance Group

Charlton Dubose, Scott Lackey, Troy Schuler, Cory Veronese and Oryan White

 

56th Maintenance Operations Squadron

Jason Clairmont, Brian Hardwick, Maria Herrera, Michael Reiff, Brandon Smith and Danny Smith

 

56th Component Maintenance Squadron

Weston Byrd, Jason Cassidy, Donald Hannant, Geoffrey Kent, Alfonso Loustaunau, Bradley Moorer, Matthew Price, Demarius Reese, Steven Umana, Nathan Varnagatas and Matthew Wuntke

 

56th Equipment Maintenance Squadron

Gerardo Ayala, Christopher Brantley, Veronica Castillo, Aaron Childs, Bradley Converse, Charles Diggs, Carlos Gutierrez, David Neil, Corbin Simmons, David White and Patrick White

 

56th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

Brian Pellettiere, Morris Thompson, Aaron Wasson and Christopher Watson

 

756th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

Andrew Coddington, Michael Davis, Kristopher Gerling, Michael Legg, Orlando Mesa, Christopher Straub, Robert Wally and Adam Whiteman

 

56th Civil Engineer Squadron

Michael Alvarado, Francisco Borjas, Richard Durstine, Joshua Mal, Miranda Mal, Alexander Nebreda and Steven Wade

 

56th Communications Squadron

Max Carrizales, John Chambers and Lise Duggan

 

56th Force Support Squadron

Lucas Conradi and Sabrina Lawrence

 

56th Security Forces Squadron

Armida Dicicco and David Lunsford

 

56th Logistic Readiness Squadron

Ronald Aragon, Luis Cruz, Nicole Early, Maurice Hill, Gary Quevedo, Titus Serrell, Nicholas Stoddard, Liliana Tavera And Steven Wilson

 

56th Contracting Squadron

Sara Lackey

 

56th Medical Support Squadron

Olga Kelley

 

56th Medical Operations Squadron

Annmarie Levy and Anthony Wilson

 

56th Aerospace Medicine Squadron

Robert Avila

 

607th Air Control Squadron

Kelli Anguiano, Carrena Blas, Thomas Garcia and Charles Storr

 

Detachment 12, 372nd Training Squadron

George Lopez, Christopher Moore, Curtis Moses, Matthew Palesky and Alfonso Ramos




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