Salutes & Awards

November 2, 2012

ALS graduate 36

The John J. Rhodes Airman Leadership School class 12-7 graduated two staff sergeants and 34 senior airmen Oct. 25. The graduates are senior airmen unless otherwise noted.

The award winners are:

John L. Levitow: Staff Sgt. William Chavez, 56th Equipment Maintenance Squadron

Distinguished graduates: Anthtae Taggart, 56th Operations Support Squadron; Doron Smith, 56th Comptroller Squadron; and Giovanny Colon, 56th EMS

Commandant’s award: Anthtae Taggart, 56th OSS

Academic Achievement: Jessica Simmons, 756th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

Physical training

Most improved: Bryan Evans, 56th EMS

Fire breather (male): Anthtae Taggart, 56th OSS

Fire breather (female): Stephanie Harp, 56th Security Forces Squadron

Other graduates are:

56th Fighter Wing Protocol

Chelsie Nelson

56th Component Maintenance Squadron

Glenn Chek

56th EMS

Cory Coffey, Clark Olsen, Jason Probus, Kristel Svenkerud and Samantha Worden

56th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

Daniel Droubie and Andrew Trussell

756th AMXS

Timothy Abbate, Derek Alexander, Paul Callahan, James Cooper, Joshua Groom, George Keck, Caleb Odom, Aaron Rodriguez, Staff Sgt. Dustin Smith, Cody Stapp, James Thammavongsa, Michael Torres, and Alicia Williams

56th Civil Engineer Squadron

Kendall Emory

56th Communications Squadron

Danielle Sturdivant

56th Force Support Squadron

Amanda Darby

56th Security Forces Squadron

Jeremiah Harris and Alex Lott

56th Medical Operations Squadron

Jerald Calip

161st Force Support Squadron

Samantha Tellez




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