Salutes & Awards

April 4, 2014

ALS graduates 38 senior airmen

The 56th Fighter Wing Airman Leadership School graduated 38 senior airmen March 27 in class 14-3.
The award winners are:
John L. Levitow Award: Jacob Haydon, 56th Civil Engineer Squadron
Distinguished graduates: Joshua McIntosh, 56th Operations Support Squadron; Jonathan Sigerson, 56th Component Maintenance Squadron; and Joseph Vandervennet, 56th Maintenance Group
Commandant’s Award: Jonathan Sigerson, 56th CMS
Academic Achievement Award: Cameron Pierce, 607th Air Control Squadron

Physical training accomplishments

Most improved: Gregory Martin, 56th MXG
Fire breather: Joshua McIntosh, 56th OSS
Other graduates are:

56th Operations Support Squadron

Phillip Conklin

56th Maintenance Group

Caroline Warren

56th Component Maintenance Squadron

Steven Butler

56th Equipment

Maintenance Squadron
Matthew Jones, Derek Moore, Darnell Perry and Whitney Travis

56th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

David Bozard, William Canfield, Neal Humbarger, Scott McDonald, Benjamin O’Connor and Marcell Parker

756th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

Kenneth Banzet, Michael Bell, David Carroll, Matthew Kovarik and Exree Sessoms

56th Civil Engineer Squadron

Christopher Gribble, Khristopher Jones and Just Kaiser Oniate

56th Security Forces Squadron

Michael Lewis

56th Logistics Readiness Squadron

Kyle Barna, Alan Dunn, Eric Laughbaum, Rebecca Marshall and Joseph Romero

56th Medical Operations Squadron

Joel Dominguez Correa and Kayleigh Lybbert

607th Air Control Squadron

Quaye Meisenhelder

161st Logistics Readiness Squadron

Delfina Balza

162nd Security Forces Squadron

Mitchell Winegardner




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