Salutes & Awards

July 12, 2013

Air Force announces E-6 promotions

The promotion list for technical sergeant was released Air Force wide June 27.

The following staff sergeants have been selected for promotion at Luke Air Force Base:
56th Fighter Wing
Christopher Huckins
56th Comptroller Squadron
Magen Baker
56th Training Squadron
Thomas Duggan, Ramon Escobedo and Jonie Escorpiso
56th Operations Support Squadron
Angela Gonzalez, Christopher Moylan and Tiffany Thompson
56th Maintenance Group
William Cook, Kory Kling, Troy Moreau and Thomas Pittman
56th Maintenance Operations Squadron
Jason Edelman, Jonathon Robertson, James Sample, Joseph Straub and Tanya Tribbet
56th Component Maintenance Squadron
Erika Acebal, Malcom Asher, Estevan Bateman, Nicholas Brock, Nathan Errington, Joshua Preston and Ron Ross
56th Equipment Maintenance Squadron
Joseph Fitchett Wesley Funkhouser, David McAlister, Timothy McKnight, Ivan Merrill, Justin Moore, Albert Morales, Jose Munoz, Michael Reed, Kelley Ringquist, Ricardo Ruiz, Andrew West and David White
56th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
Guillermo Cornejo, Darrell Egan and Charles Railing
756th AMXS
Karl Clymer Jr., Nicholas Durham, Gabriel Herrera,
Joe Martinez and Joshua Smith
308th Aircraft Maintenance Unit
Daniel Duran, Jordan Hanan and Maura Johnson
309th AMU
Daniel Sawn
310th AMU
Stephen McClure, Paul Moore and Justin Ouellette
56th Civil Engineer Squadron
Silerio Adrian and John Hackler
56th Force Support Squadron
Kara Bush, Natalie Carethers, Timothy Mattson and Marquita Magee
56th Security Forces Squadron
Burt Tagaloa
56th Logistics Readiness Squadron
Christopher Cerny, Andrew Clayton, Ryan Duncan, Richard Horton, Elijah MacLaren, Alexis Martin, and Tralynn Pruitt
56th Contracting Squadron
William Silvers
56th Medical Support Squadron
Jesus Artesi and Kerrie Killenbeck
56th Medical Operations Squadron
Adriane Alvarado
607th Air Control Squadron
Brandon Erickson, Michelle Gagnon, Robert Lloyd, Jason Minyard and Demetrius Townsend
Detachment 1, 372nd training Squadron
Conrado Tavizon Jr. and Drew Wilson




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