Salutes & Awards

July 12, 2013

ALS graduates 33 Airmen in class 13-5

The 56th Fighter Wing Airman Leadership School graduated one staff sergeant and 32 senior airmen June 27 from Class 13-5. Graduates are senior airmen unless otherwise noted.

The award winners are:

John L. Levitow Award: Stephen Dobbins, 56th Civil Engineer Squadron
Distinguished graduates: Michael Imler, 56th Logistics Readiness Squadron and Riley Watson, 162nd LRS
Commandant’s Award:Michael Gunderson, 161st LRS
Academic Achievement Award: Austin VanMeveren, 56th Equipment Maintenance Squadron

Physical training

Most improved: Riley Watson, 162nd LRS
Fire breather: Michael Gunderson, 161st LRS

Other graduates are:

56th Operations Support Squadron
Austin Zacker
56th Maintenance
Operations Squadron
Zachariah Buckley and Davion Dale
56th Component Maintenance Squadron
Daniel Churchill, Anthony Konsie and Scott Miller
56th EMS
Michael Bemus, Ricardo De La Torre Jr., Jasonscott Ryan, Richard Weddle and John Williams
56th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
Spencer Presnell
756th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
Jacqueline Buckley, Jason Carter, Ian Hoag, Sabina Teodorescu and Justin Vallen
56th CES
Jesse Garrett
56th Communications Squadron
Robert Smoot
56th Force Support Squadron
Daniel Evans, Shanelle Lott and Chester Nelson
56th Security Forces Squadron
Paul Morones and Joshua Stoien
56th LRS
Alvin Parkinson
56th Medical Support Squadron
Staff Sgt. Jazzema Farris
607th Air Control Squadron
Kyle Bingham
Detachment 12, 372nd Training Squadron
William Lay




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