Air Mobility Command names security forces award winners
Company grade officer: Capt. Gregory Nowak, Headquarters AMC Security Forces
Noncommissioned officer: Master Sgt. Yvonne Taylor, Headquarters AMC Security Forces
Civilian: Joseph Markin, Headquarters AMC Security Forces
Col. Billy Jack Carter Award: Master Sgt. Daniel Wear, 22nd Security Forces Squadron, McConnell AFB, Kansas
Company grade officer: Capt. Theodore Breuker, 62nd SFS, McChord AFB, Wash.
Senior noncommissioned officer (support staff): Master Sgt. Michael Richards, 6th SFS, MacDill AFB, Fla.
Senior noncommissioned officer (flight level): Master Sgt. William Cline, 437th SFS, Charleston AFB, S.C.
Senior NCO (Individual Mobilization Augmentee): Senior Master Sgt. Richard Humphrey, 437th SFS, Charleston AFB.
NCO (support staff): Tech. Sgt. Daniel Flood, 60th SFS, Travis AFB, Calif.
NCO (flight level): Tech. Sgt. Brian Weaver, 436th SFS, Dover AFB, Del.
NCO (IMA): Tech. Sgt. John Duncan, 60th SFS, Travis AFB
Airman (staff support): Senior Airman David Hartman, 60th SFS, Travis AFB
Airman (flight level): Airman 1st Class Tonia Kerry, 22nd SFS, McConnell AFB
Civilian: Eugene Martinusen, 375th SFS, Scott AFB
Raven team leader: Staff Sgt. Joseph Sedia, 436th SFS, Dover AFB
Raven team member: Senior Airman Patrick Leach, 60th SFS, Travis AFB
Security forces augmentee: Senior Airman Ajit Dhamoon, 92nd SFS, Fairchild AFB, Wash.
Army National Guard senior NCO: Sgt. 1st Class Timothy Jordan, 22nd SFS, McConnell AFB
ARNG NCO: Staff Sgt. James King, 437th SFS, Charleston AFB
ARNG junior enlisted: Cpl. Jesse Garcia, 60th SFS, Travis AFB
ARNG administrative control support: Sgt. 1st Class McDonald Hamilton, 437th SFS, Charleston AFB
In his message announcing the award winners, General Baker said, "These individuals have distinguished themselves in an extremely close selection process and have proven that they are truly the best of the best in their individual categories ... I also extend my congratulations to all the nominees. These individuals are truly standouts in their career field."