Salutes & Awards

December 21, 2012

ALS graduates 53 Airmen in class 13-1

The 56th Fighter Wing Airman Leadership School graduated one staff sergeant and 52 senior airmen Dec. 13 from class 13-1. The graduates are senior airmen unless otherwise noted.

The award winners are:
John L. Levitow: Christopher Williamson, 56th Contracting Squadron
Distinguished graduates: Kassandra Parot, 56th Force Support Squadron; Christopher Pearce, 56th Equipment Maintenance Squadron; Alfredo Baking III, 56th Comptroller Squadron; and Aaron Peacock, 56th Component Maintenance Squadron
Commandant’s award: Aaron Peacock, 56th CMS
Academic achievement: Christopher Pearce, 56th EMS
Physical training accomplishments
Most improved: Nicholas Roderick, 756th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
Fire breather: Trevor Berghage, 56th Medical Support Squadron
Other graduates are:

56th Operations Group

  • Leslie Eccles

56th Operations Support Squadron

  • Daniel Damewood
  • Kathleen Greene
  • Kory Hitchens
  • Roldan Manlucu
  • Katie Waltman
  • Michael Zinser

309th Fighter Squadron

  • Samantha Sarmiento

56th Maintenance Group

  • Christopher Thompson

56th Maintenance Operations Squadron

  • Brieanne Vallee

56th Component Maintenance Squadron

  • Shawn Davis
  • Eric Gallmeyer
  • Earl Nelson
  • Jonathan Ochoa
  • Bradley Theis
  • Cale Watwood

56th Equipment Maintenance Squadron

  • Michael Hall
  • Thang Huynh
  • Keli Manglona
  • Michael Peters
  • Cassandra Yates

56th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

  • Joshua Sanders

756th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

  • Brian Cormier
  • Michael Desjardins
  • Paige Ehnis
  • David Jepsky
  • Julian Maldonado
  • Eric Maxwell
  • Bradley Miller
  • Joshua Morris
  • Joel Ortiz
  • Jacob Pope
  • Moses Rivera

56th Civil Engineer Squadron

  • Jason Dramise
  • Michael Foster
  • Steven Lomeli
  • Patrick Murphy

56th Communications Squadron

  • Coleman Shackelford

56th Force Support Squadron

  • Anthony Banks
  • Kara Mitchell

56th Medical Operations Squadron

  • Kellie Kasischke
  • Michael Palmer

56th Dental Squadron

  • Breeann Frost
  • Staff Sgt. Phylicia Rosander

131st Civil Engineer Squadron

  • Joshua Boze
  • Maurio Lampkin



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