Salutes & Awards

January 25, 2013

163d RW Air National Guard of the Year Winners


Command Sergeant Major William Clark Jr., State Senior Enlisted Advisor for the California National Guard, presents a token of appreciation to Sergeant Major Bryan B. Battaglia, Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, for his time spent with the California Air and Army National Guard members while on tour of the California National Guard units. (Air National Guard photo / Master Sgt. David Buttner)

California Air National Guard – Senior Non-Commissioned Officer (SNCO) of the Year Master Sgt. Jennifer Oberg, 163rd Reconnaissance Wing, 163rd Maintenance Group (Left to right) Brigadier General Jon K. Kelk, Commander, California Air National Guard; Major General Lawrence A. Haskins, Commander, California Army National Guard; Major General David S. Baldwin, The Adjutant General, California Military Department; Master Sgt. Jennifer Oberg, 163rd Reconnaissance Wing, 163rd Maintenance Group, Senior Non-Commissioned Officer (SNCO) of the Year; Sergeant Major Bryan B. Battaglia, Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; Command Sergeant Major William Clark Jr., State Senior Enlisted Advisor, California National Guard. Master Sgt. Jennifer Oberg, 163rd Reconnaissance Wing, 163d Maintenance Group (Air National Guard photo / Master Sgt. David Buttner)

California Air National Guard – Honor Guardsman of the Year Staff Sgt. Daniel Stephens, 163rd Reconnaissance Wing  (Left to right) Brigadier General Jon K. Kelk, Commander, California Air National Guard; Major General Lawrence A. Haskins, Commander, California Army National Guard; Major General David S. Baldwin, The Adjutant General, California Military Department; Staff Sgt. Daniel Stephens, 163rd Reconnaissance Wing, California Air National Guard Honor Guardsman of the Year; Sergeant Major Bryan B. Battaglia, Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; Command Sergeant Major William Clark Jr., State Senior Enlisted Advisor, California National Guard. (Air National Guard photo / Master Sgt. David Buttner)




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