Salutes & Awards

May 31, 2013

Luke announces master sergeant selects

The following technical sergeants have been selected for promotion to master sergeant:
56th Fighter Wing
Scott Batson, Bruce Thompson and Elliott Velez
56th Maintenance Group
Phillip Banton and Aaron Lerding
56th Maintenance Operations Squadron
Janice Galloway, Heriberto Gonzalez
56th Component Maintenance Squadron
Robert Amric, Joseph Dole, Christopher Roscoe and Eric Stromski
56th Equipment Maintenance Squadron
Jason Allyn, Joshua Hall, Allen Limjoco, Brent MacKinder, Nathan Short and Charles Smith
756th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
Luis Aviles Jr., Jim Brown, Travus Gonzalez, Eric Smith and Michael Steeley
308th Aircraft Maintenance Unit
Jimmy Pruitt Jr. and Amanda Whalen
309th AMU
Sara Abel and Kent Friley II
56th Civil Engineer Squadron
Lucas Ray, Theresa Ray, Robert Simpson III and Ricardo Vera
56th Force Support Squadron
Tasha Lilley
56th Security Forces Squadron
Matthew Glowicki, Timothy Ogan and Kelly Speaks
56th Logistics Readiness Squadron
David Beck, Angel Cain, Allen Gould, Scott Preston, Jason Spaulding and Brannon Taylor
56th Medical Group
Duane Gandy
56th Medical Support Squadron
Sascha Blasko
56th Aerospace Medicine Squadron
Damian Williams
Detachment 12, 372nd Training Squadron
Scott Deveau, Maximillia Heredia, Corey Park and Anthony Salazar
607th Air Control Squadron
Daniel Carter, Cristoforo Ceroni and Anthony Drew




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