Salutes & Awards

August 10, 2012

ALS graduates 40

The John J. Rhodes Airman Leadership School graduated four staff sergeants and 36 senior airmen June 28 in Class 12-5. The graduates are senior airmen unless otherwise noted:

 

56th Comptroller Squadron

Wade Williams

 

56th Operations Support Squadron

Clayton Legare and Staff Sgt. Courtney Ramstead

 

308th Fighter Squadron

Michelle Stauffer

 

56th Maintenance Group

Ashley Cowher and Joshua Hood

 

56th Maintenance Operations Squadron

Ryan Watson

 

56th Equipment Maintenance Squadron

Thomas Cole, Staff Sgt. Matthew Dennison, Thomas Harkins, Russell Houser, Gregory Seipert and Matthew Torres

 

56th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

Trevette Brown, Jose Lewis and Edward Rivera

 

756th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

Santiago Bustillos, Lloyd Farris, Michael Geddes, Jacob Jackson, Princeleo Pecjo and Andre Singleton

 

56th Civil Engineer Squadron

Jessica Crotta, Ashley Godoy, Daniel Leistikow and Zacheriah Sekula

 

56th Communications Squadron

Thomas Vance

 

56th Security Forces Squadron

Lisa Dalpra and Brandon Elderkin

 

56th Logistics Readiness Squadron

Staff Sgt. Ashley Brown and Andrew Johnson

 

56th Contracting Squadron

Michael Banks

 

56th Medical Operations Squadron

Brian Lamar

 

56th Aerospace Medicine Squadron

Hector Cardona and Yawovi Kpogo

 

944th Aeromedicine Staging Squadron

Sparkle Overstreet and Cassandra Wright

 

607th Air Control Squadron

Jason Koo

 

161st Logistics Readiness Squadron

Staff Sgt. Oscar Serna

 

197th Air Refueling Squadron

David Stewart




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Rain

Lakefront property …

A staff sergeant watches as water continues to flood a parking lot Monday in front the 61st Aircraft Maintenance Unit on Luke Air Force Base. The base experienced a two-inch rainfall causing flooding and delays around Luke.
 
 
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Program ALIS initiated

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‘The butterfly effect’

Shortly after taking command, the Wild Duck Aircraft Maintenance Unit officer in charge requested I explain to his Airmen exactly what the pilots would be doing on training missions during an upcoming temporary duty. I was embarrassed that he had to ask. In this specific case, I had thoughtlessly kept these details from our closest...
 

 

Advise Airmen of rights before asking questions

Every day supervisors are faced with challenging scenarios and situations that require them to engage in efforts to help their Airmen. When this engagement is due to a negative act such as theft, damage to property or other possible legal violations, we must resist the instinct to question them directly. One scenario I am presented...
 
 
Senior Airman 
GRACE LEE

Thunderbolts save volts

Senior AirmanGRACE LEE A solar array panel stands on a dormitory roof Sept. 3 at Luke Air Force Base. There are currently four active solar arrays on base. The solar array shown will produce hot water to the dormitory. With res...
 
 

News Briefs September 12, 2014

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