Salutes & Awards

August 3, 2012

2nd Quarter Installation Award winners announced

By 99th Air Base Wing Public Affairs

NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, Nev. — Nellis recently announced its installation award winners for the second quarter. Listed below are the awards and the names of the winners.

 

Airman of the Quarter: Senior Airman David Cook, 57th Wing

 

Noncommissioned Officer of the Quarter: Tech Sgt. Tiffany Bailey, 99th Air Base Wing

 

Senior Noncommissioned Officer of the Quarter: Master Sgt. Maurice Muro, Tenant, 58th Rescue Squadron

 

Company Grade Officer of the Quarter: Capt. Kyle Shelton, Tenant, 526th Intelligence Squadron

 

Field Grade Officer of the Quarter: Maj. William Britton, Nevada Test and Training Range

 

Civilian Cat I: Starla Popp, 99th Air Base Wing

 

Civilian Cat II: Shareen Obermuller, Tenant, 926th Group

 

Civilian Cat III: Kenneth Pereira Jr., 99th Air Base Wing

 

Civilian Cat 4: Robert Drinkwine, 432nd Wing

 

Dorm Room of the Quarter: Airman Kristine Hanson, 99th Logistics Readiness Squadron

 

Dormitory of the Quarter: Building 745

 

Honor Guard Member of the Quarter: Airman 1st Class Matthew Swenson

 

Volunteer of the Quarter – Adult: Allan Elmore – American Red Cross & Nellis Air Force Base Tax Office

 

Volunteer of the Quarter – Youth: Trevon Johnson – 99th Force Support Squadron Youth Program




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