Salutes & Awards

April 5, 2013

Salutes & Awards

O-4, 5 promotion
selects announced

The following major was selected for promotion to:

Lieutenant colonel

  • David Hagerty, 56th Medical Support Squadron

The following captains were selected for promotion to:
Major

  • William Andreotta, 56th Operations Group
  • Joshua Arki, 62nd Fighter Squadron
  • Joseph Ball, 56th Aerospace Medicine Squadron
  • Brandon Baughman, 310th FS
  • David Breuer, 756th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
  • Christopher Brewer, 56th Medical Operations Squadron
  • Stanley Brown Jr., 607th Air Control Squadron
  • Trevor Callens, 310th FS
  • Myles Cheatum, 607th ACS
  • Jason Chugg, 310th FS
  • Eric Gorney, 308th FS
  • Adam Hafez, 56th OG
  • Nicholas Haussler, 56th OG
  • Thomas Hayes, 56th Operations Support Squadron
  • Kristopher Healey, 21st FS
  • Kevin Hurley, 56th MDOS
  • Aubrie Jones, 56th Force Support Squadron
  • Marcus Landrum, 62nd FS
  • Matthew Marshall, 309th FS
  • Andrew Miller, 56th OSS
  • Drew Moore, 56th OSS
  • Matthew Schroer, 308th FS
  • John Trombetta, 21st FS
  • Daniel Uger, 607th ACS
  • Jennifer Wade, 56th Training Squadron
  • Mark Warner, 56th Fighter Wing
  • Todd Zielinski, 56th TRS

35 graduate ALS

The 56th Fighter Wing Airman Leadership School graduated three staff sergeants and 32 senior airmen March 28 from class 13-3. The graduates are senior airmen unless otherwise noted.

The award winners are:
John L. Levitow: Ryan Stanley, 56th Civil Engineer Squadron
Distinguished graduates: Bradley Bellemare, 56th CES; Kevin Niles, 756th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron; and Staff Sgt. Pricilla Saenz, 56th Security Forces Squadron
Commandant’s award: Staff Sgt. Pricilla Saenz, 56th SFS
Academic achievement: Kevin Niles, 756th AMXS

Physical training

Most improved: Wanda Copeland, 161st Logistics Readiness Squadron
Fire breather: Kevin Niles, 756th AMXS
Other graduates are:

56th Maintenance
Squadron Group

Alexis German

56th Maintenance
Operations Squadron

Brandon Campbell, Holden Jacobs and Timothy Lybbert

56th Component
Maintenance Squadron

Kyle Godsey

56th Equipment
Maintenance Squadron

Adam Barden, Christopher Bolling, Ashton Brendel, Sean Felo, Stephen Flowers, Cody Lavigne, James Levine and Nicholas Winter

56th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

Nolan Beihl and William Toth

756th AMXS

Bradley Hartford, Nathan Hassey, Robert Perrin, Keith Valor and Aaron Vasquez

56th CES

Staff Sgt. Stephen Alvarez, Sandham Challis and Staff Sgt. Joseph Fairchild

56th SFS

Marquise Heard and Daniel Lennon

56th LRS

Charles Daenzer, Joshua Guisasola and Nicholas Patton

162nd Aircraft
Maintenance Squadron

Scott Tinklenberg

452nd Force Support Squadron

Noemi Badajoz




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