Salutes & Awards

December 7, 2012

USAF AMMOS celebrates 10th anniversary, graduates 25th class

U.S. Air Force Advanced Maintenance and Munitions Officer School, Combat Support Course, Class 123 B attendees.

NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, Nev. — On Nov. 20., 2012, , the U. S. Air Force Advanced Maintenance and Munitions Officer School celebrated its 10th anniversary of expanding combat capability in the U. S. Air Force with the graduation of its Combat Support Course Class 12B. Class 12B is the 25th officer class to graduate from USAF AMMOS since the school opened its doors in 2002. The graduates, all from various maintenance and munitions units across the Air Force, will go back to their units to produce, instruct, and advise in all aspects of effects-based logistics.

Graduating from the USAF Advanced Maintenance and Munitions Officers School Combat Support Course, Class 12B were Capt. Kyle Bailey, Cannon AFB, N.M.; Capt. Allison Barkalow, Whiteman AFB, Mo.; Capt. Benjamin Chapman, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wa.; Capt. Summer Kolcun, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wa.; Capt. David Liberti, Moody AFB, Ga.; Capt. Matthew Lyon, Creech AFB, Nev.; Capt. Laura Meyerrose, Nellis AFB, Nev.; Capt. Wilburn Poe, Jr., Whiteman AFB, Mo.; Capt. Christopher Ryan, Joint Base Andrews, Md.; Capt. Kevin Scholz, Hq AF A4, Pentagon, Wash. D.C.; Capt. Thane Sisson, Hq AF A4L, Pentagon, Wash. D.C.; Capt. Joshua A. Walton, Mountain Home AFB, Idaho.




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