Salutes & Awards

April 26, 2013

MXG announces AETC, quarterly awards

The following individuals are Air Education and Training Command award winners:

2012 Lt. Gen. Leo Marquez Award winners

Munitions missile maintenance

  • Technician: Senior Airman Brian Runyan, 56th Equipment Maintenance Squadron
  • Civilian technician: Dale Wollschlager, 56th EMS
  • Manager: Master Sgt. William McClannan, 56th EMS
  • Civilian manager: Lester Alexander, 56th EMS

Aircraft maintenance

  • Civilian manager: Paul Shows, 56th Component Maintenance Squadron

Unit Quarterly awards

Load crew

  • Crew 503: Staff Sgt. Leo Baum, Staff Sgt. Jacob Freelove and Airman 1st Class Eric Platt, 310th Aircraft Maintenance Unit

Maintenance professional

  • Airman: Airman 1st Class Nathaniel Gladney, 62nd AMU
  • NCO: Staff Sgt. Paul Heiss, 62nd AMU
  • Senior NCO: Master Sgt. Larry Blunt, 62nd AMU
  • Maintenance support professional
  • Airman: Senior Airman Jared Alexander, 56th EMS
  • NCO: Staff Sgt. Stephen Perrin, 56th EMS
  • Senior NCO: Master Sgt. Chad Warren, 56th EMS

Quarterly awards

  • Airman: Airman 1st Class Michael Seitz, 62nd AMU
  • NCO: Staff Sgt. Jessica Barraza, 56th EMS
  • Senior NCO: Senior Master Sgt. Mark Jackson, 56th EMS
  • Company grade officer: Capt. Anthony Arocha, 62nd AMU
  • Civilian (Category I): Joe Rodriguez, 56th EMS
  • Civilian (Category II): Rickey Radford, 56th Maintenance Operations Squadron



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