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Awards/Recognition

Feller

CMSgt Chuck Jenkins, Wing Weapons Manager,  Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, AK, presents the AACA Outstanding Performer Recognition
Certificate and Coin to TSgt Shawn Feller, 2014 PACAF Load Crew of the Year Award winner.

Fregia

CMSgt Chuck Jenkins, Wing Weapons Manager, Joint Base Elmendorf-Richa rdson, AK, presents
the AACA Outstanding Performer Recognition Certificate and Coin to SrA Jody Fregia, 2014 PACAF Load Crew of the Year Award winner.

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The Aircraft Armament Chief’s Association (AACA) presents a $1375.00 donation to the Chief Master Sgt. Gregory A. Kebil Memorial Scholarship Fund Feb 3 2015. The fund annually provides scholarship money for children of retired or active duty Armament Specialists. 

Those pictured include on the back row, left to right, AACA members Larry Brown, 363 TRS Superintendent Chief Master Sgt Ray Lapham, Lou Johnson, Lenny Krombel and Mike Hawkins. Kneeling left to right Load Toad President TSgt Alexe Perez, Vice President TSgt Scott Sanchez, Secretary SSgt Tray Bravo and Treasurer SSgt Wade Little.

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Armin

CMSgt Ray Lapham, presents a coin to Top Graduate AIC Justin Van Arman

From:  Marshall, Michigan  Gaining base:  Elmendorf-Richardson JB, Alaska
GPA:  98% on the F-22 Course

 Devlin

CMSgt Ray Lapham, presents a coin to Top Graduate AB Jeremy Devlin

From:  Lutz, Florida  Gaining base:  Hickam AFB, HI

GPA:  100%

Fisher

Top Graduate A1C Sara Ashley  Fisher  From:  Marysville, Ohio

             Gaining base:  Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona  GPA:  97% on the A-10 Course

 Orr

CMSgt Ray Lapham, presents a coin to Top Graduate A1C Jasmine Tivonne Orr

From:  Fort Worth, Texas  Gaining base:  Osan AB, ROK

GPA:  100% on the A-10 Course

 Ricks

Top Graduate  AIC Jordyn A. Ricks   From:  Fort Wayne, Indiana

             Gaining base:  Fort Wayne, Indiana   GPA: Top Graduate

Crook

Top Graduate  SSgt James Samuel Crook   From:  Lincoln Park, Michigan

             Gaining base:  Selfridge ANG, MI   GPA:  100% on the A-10 Course

Lopez

CMSgt (ret) Lenny Krombel presents a coin to Top Graduate AIC Julian Lopez

From:  Bethlehem, Pennsylvania  Gaining base:  Langley AFB, Virginia   GPA:  97%

Ramsey

CMSgt Ray Lapham, presents a coin to Top Graduate AIC Nicholas B. Ramsey

From:  Benton, Tennessee   Gaining base:  Eielson AFB, AK   GPA:  99%

Trotter

CMSgt Ray Lapham, presents a coin to Top Graduate AB Michael D. Trotter

From:  Huntington, Indiana  Gaining base:  Dyess AFB, Texas

GPA:  98.33% on the B-1B Course

Ryan Coin

 

CMSgt Ray Lapham, presents the first Top Graduate Coin to A1C Michael Ryan on 19 November 2014.

A1C Ryan is a B-1 Loader from Ft Atkinson, Wisconsin and is headed to Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota.Young

CMSgt Ray Lapham, presents a coin to Top Graduate AIC Ryan Young

From:  Foley, Alabama  Gaining base:  Spangdahlem AB, Germany

GPA:  Top Graduate on the F-16 Course

Furry Coin

CMSgt Ray Lapham, presents the first Top Graduate Coin to A1C Grant Furry on 18 December 2014.

A1C Furry is from Centennial, Colorado and is headed to RAF Lakenheath.

Gonzalez Coin

CMSgt Ray Lapham, presents the first Top Graduate Coin to AB Anthony Gonzalez.

AB Gonzalez is an F-16 graduate from Miami, FL and is headed to Homestead ARB, FL. AB Gonzalez graduated with a 98% GPA.

Harper Coin

CMSgt Ray Lapham, presents the first Top Graduate Coin to A1C Myla Lewis-Harper on 11 December 2014.

A1C Lewis-Harper is a 2W1 from Detroit, Michigan and is headed to the 187th FW in Montgomery, Alabama.

Domesnil Coin

CMSgt Ray Lapham, presents the first Top Graduate Coin to A1C Tyler Dumesnil.

A1C Dumesnil an F-22 graduate from Tampa, Florida and is headed to Tyndall AFB. A1C Dumesnil graduated with a 98% GPA

Grise Coin

CMSgt Ray Lapham, presents the first Top Graduate Coin to AB Thomas M. Grise.

AB Grise is an F-16 graduate from Louisville, Kentucky and is headed to Nellis AFB. AB Grise graduated with a 98% GPA.

Prof Amn Chiefs Award

Chief’s Group Professional Airman Award, Dyess AFB, Texas

A1C Phillip Dougherty has done great things since being assigned to Dyess. He rescued two people from a burning building; he finished two volumes of his CDCs in two weeks, won the Team Dyess Volunteer of the Quarter and Team Dyess Airman of the Quarter for Apr-Jun 2014. He started his career in ROTC and after a RIF he became enlisted and went to basic training and was appointed the Dorm Chief. He later found out he did not need to attend BMT since he had already completed the OTS basic course. He then went to tech school where he lived in the dorm with everyone else and later found out he should have been a TDY student and should have been allowed to stay in Lodging. Despite all these hiccups, he kept pushing along and excelling in everything he did. And now, he has been selected for a commission and will go to OTS in March.