Salutes & Awards

November 2, 2012

Airman Leadership School honors new graduates

Airmen of the Airmen Leadership School Class 12-G pose for a group photo Oct. 11, 2012, at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. Sixty four Airmen completed their first Professional Military Education milestone by graduating Airman Leadership School.

NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, Nev. — Sixty-four Airmen completed their first Professional Military Education milestone by graduating Airman Leadership School as part of Class 12-G Oct. 11.

Eight members of the class were recognized with individual awards.

Senior Airman Tanja Kambel, a member of the 99th Security Forces Squadron, received the John L. Levitow Award. This award is the highest award presented at all levels of enlisted PME and is given to the top graduate in the class. The recipient of this award has not only excelled academically, but also exemplifies the highest standards of a professional military member

Senior Airman Stephen Dunn, a member of the 757th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, received the Academic Achievement Award. This award is presented to the student who has demonstrated dedication to the core value of “Excellence in All We Do” and has achieved the highest overall academic score.

Staff Sgt. Jonathan Clark, a member of the 57th Operations Support Squadron, received the Commandant Award. This award is presented to the student who consistently displays exemplary military professionalism and promotes teamwork.

The following Airmen were the distinguished graduates of the class. These students were outstanding in objective and performance evaluations, demonstrated leadership, had superior performances as team players and finished in the top 10 percent of the class.

Staff Sgt. Benjamin Grothe

Senior Airman Jeremy Jones

Senior James Montgomery

Senior AIrman Samantha Kujava

Senior Airman Ezra Goldtooth

For a full listing of this graduation class, go to www.nellis.af.mil.




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