Salutes & Awards

September 13, 2013

ALS graduates 44 Airmen

The 56th Fighter Wing Airman Leadership School graduated two staff sergeants and 42 senior airmen Aug. 29 from class 13-6. Graduates are senior airmen unless otherwise noted.
The award winners are:
John L. Levitow Award: Michael Brideau,
56th Maintenance Group
Distinguished graduates: Staff Sgt. Michael McNew, 56th Civil Engineer Squadron; Letitia Eiss, 56th Dental Squadron; and Anthony Barnot, 56th Security Forces Squadron
Commandant’s Award: Staff Sgt. Michael McNew,
56th CES
Academic Achievement Award: Letitia Eiss, 56th DS

Physical training accomplishments

Most improved: Candice Bullard-Norwood, 944th Aeromedical Staging Squadron
Fire breather: Isaac Fizer, 56th CES
Other graduates are:

56th Fighter Wing

Austin Kelley

56th Operations Support Squadron

Derek Baskin

56th MXG

Boe Ericksen, Rickey Jackson and Susan Smith

56th Component Maintenance Squadron

Justin Adams, Christopher Lancaster, Rebekah Moore and Brandon Vasquez

56th Equipment Maintenance Squadron

Charles Cerdena, Corey Cobb, Adam Hudson, Zachary Lees, Stephen Murray and Jaime Sosa

56th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

Elizabeth Dietrick

756th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

Joseph Butler, Juan Leal, Steven Mox, Courtney Stone, Staff Sgt. Justin Talbert, Andre Taylor, Dominique Wilson and Marsi Smith

56th CES

Jerry Ortiz

56th SFS

Adam Jaramillo, Esteban Salazar, Erik Williams and Jacob Wright

56th Logistics Readiness Squadron

Jacob Hartman, Brian Henwood, Wilson Koech and
Jessica Magee

56th Aerospace Medicine Squadron

Tiffany Magee

944th Force Support Squadron

Marsi Smith

607th Air

Control
Squadron
Michael Dang and
Derrick Kennard

161st SFS

Gregory Cardenas

162nd LRS

John Mitchell




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