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Airmen center honors graduates

Posted 6/2/2009   Updated 6/2/2009 Email story   Print story

    

6/2/2009 - MOUNTAIN HOME AIR FORCE BASE, Idaho -- The base's First Term Airmen Center recognized three of its students for outstanding achievement during a graduation ceremony May 20.

Airman Hamzah Khan, 366th Communications Squadron, received the school's "Sharp Airman" award for outstanding professionalism and uniform standards on a daily basis while Airman Seth Pearce, 366th Medical Operations Squadron, earned the "Razor Sharp Airman" award as the class' top performer.

Meanwhile, Airman 1st Class Sioeli Kauvaka, 366th Equipment Maintenance Squadron, claimed the school's "Gunfighter Pride" award for writing the best essay on what it means to be a first-term Airman in today's Air Force.

Other graduates from the school included the following Airmen:

366th CS - Airmen 1st Class Richard Coler and Blaze West

366th EMS - Airmen 1st Class Joseph Courts, Damien Debar and Loren Gerecke

366th Component Maintenance Squadron - Airmen 1st Class Amber Cripe, Matthew Furlough and Timothy Gillespie

726th Air Control Squadron - Airmen 1st Class Trioasha Beverly, Chad Heimbecker, Andrew McLain and Levi Sorenson

366th Security Forces Squadron - Airmen 1st Class Preston Ellis and Pappas Casey and Airman Breanna Sears

366th Logistics Readiness Squadron - Airmen 1st Class Sandra Vasquez and Curtis Waller

366th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron - Airmen 1st Class Corey Paden and Emmanuel Soto

366th Mission Support Squadron - Airman 1st Class Shyala Ephord

366th Operations Support Squadron - Airman 1st Class Alan Mitchell

366th Civil Engineer Squadron - Airman Joshua Hartman



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