Salutes & Awards

April 12, 2013

Nellis sweeps ISR awards

NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, Nev. — Congratulations to the following Airmen who were recognized for their exceptional efforts and accomplishments in support of Air Force and national missions:

Capt. Ryan T. Hudson, 19th Weapons Squadron, 57th Wing — Air Force’s Outstanding Officer Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Instructor of the Year

Staff Sgt. Jessica E. Caldwell, 91st Attack Squadron, 926th Group — Air Force’s Outstanding Air Reserve Component ISR Airman of the Year

Maj. Robin Adams, United States Air Force Warfare Center — Air Combat Command’s Outstanding Active Duty ISR Field Grade Officer of the Year

Capt. Christina Anderson, 19th WPS, 57th WG — ACC’s Major General John S. Patton Outstanding Active Duty ISR Officer of the Year

James Truman, 547th IS, 57th WG — ACC’s Outstanding ISR Civilian Contributor of the Year

Maj. Kenneth D. Alderman, 84th Test and Evaluation Squadron, 926th Group — Air Force Reserve Command’s Outstanding Air Reserve Component ISR Field Grade Officer of the Year

Maj. Mark J. Crowder, 91st Attack Squadron, 926th Grp — AFRC’s Outstanding Air Reserve Component ISR Officer Contributor of the Year

Tech. Sgt. Steven R. Stockman, 91st AS, 926th Grp — AFRC’s Outstanding Air Reserve Component ISR Enlisted Contributor of the Year

Maj. Mark Bishop, 26th Space Aggressor Squadron, 926th Group — Air Force Space Command’s Outstanding Air Reserve Component ISR Company Grade Officer of the Year

The United States Air Force Warfare Center awards:

527th Space Aggressor Intelligence Flight, 57th WG — Outstanding Operational Support Flight Intelligence

19th WPS, 57th WG — Outstanding Intelligence Squadron/ISR Unit of the Year

Master Sgt. Brian M. Simkins, 53rd WG — Outstanding Active Duty ISR Senior Noncommissioned Officer of the Year

Staff Sgt. Sonata Kristina Corpuz, 57th WG — Outstanding Active Duty ISR NCO of the Year

Senior Airman Stephen Zielinski , 57th WG — Outstanding Active Duty ISR Airman of the Year

Maj. Peter Jensen, 57th WG — Outstanding ARC ISR Field Grade Officer of the Year

David E. Shepard, 505th Command and Control Wing — Outstanding ISR Intermediate-Level Civilian of the Year

Maj. Aubrey Curtis, 57th WG — Outstanding ISR Officer Contributor of the Year

Tech. Sgt. Brandon Pike, 57th WG — Outstanding ISR Enlisted Contributor of the Year

The Air Force-level ISR awards board is conducted annually by the Air Force ISR Agency to recognize outstanding leadership and performance by military or civilian people and units who hold ISR specialties or contribute to the mission of the ISR force. This year the board reviewed more than 232 nominations from more than 29 organizations. National-level individual military award winners are authorized to wear the Air Force Recognition ribbon.




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