Salutes & Awards

December 20, 2013

ALS graduates 38 in Class 14-1

The 56th Fighter Wing Airman Leadership School graduated 37 senior airmen and one staff sergeant Dec. 12 from Class 14-1:
The graduates are senior airmen unless otherwise noted. The award winners are:
John L. Levitow Award: John Dunlap, 56th Equipment Maintenance Squadron
Distinguished graduates: Robin Hansen, 56th Dental Squadron; Corey Ingraham, 56th Operations Support Squadron; and Ryan Shipman, 56th Communications Squadron
Commandant’s Award: Staff Sgt. Timothy Rosio, 56th EMS
Academic Achievement Award: Ryan Shipman, 56th CS

Physical training

Most improved: Nicholas Davis, 56th EMS
Fire breather: Dimitri Newham, 56th Security Forces Squadron

Other graduates are:

56th OSS
Ashley Barth and Theodore Pelfrey
308th Fighter Squadron
Haylee Tippett
56th Component Maintenance Squadron
Dedra Roach and Eric Zimmerman
56th EMS
Caleb Ford and Daniel Shea
56th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
Alexander Davis, Matthew Kronick, Hunter Newell and Arturo Scolamacchia
756th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
Steven Benton, Jareal Gorman, Brian Jansen, James Lane, Jeremy Norrell, Christian Rodriguez Tanon, Justin Sainato, Matthew Toothaker, Marcus Webster and Derrick Young
56th Civil Engineer Squadron
Steven Stein
56th CS
Edward Berger
56th SFS
Daniel Fox
56th Logistics Readiness Squadron
Daniel Kim and Kyle Saunders
56th DS
Ana King
56th Medical Operations Squadron
Alexander Collier, Savannah Geske and Stephanie McMurray
607th Air Control Squadron
Matthew Dawson




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