Staff Sergeant Brian F. Simpson distinguished himself by meritorious service as an Aviation Resource Management Craftsman while assigned to the 57th Weapons Squadron, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, from 11 March 2012 to 12 April 2015. During this period, the professional skill, leadership and ceaseless efforts of Sergeant Simpson contributed to the effectiveness and success of the Air Force Weapons School's demanding training mission resulting in the graduation of 24 C-17A weapons officers. Sergeant Simpson provided detailed administrative oversight of flight operations, aircrew currency events, and 234 flight authorizations. In addition, he developed a comprehensive aviation and ground events tracking system which facilitated flight crews becoming fully qualified to carry out training missions within an unprecedented period of time. As a direct result of Sergeant Simpson's innovative program, monthly changeover limitations were identified and streamlined, reducing discrepancies and delays by 50 percent. In addition, he was selected to instruct 13 multi-command based Aviation Resource Management Specialists without additional costs, saving the Air Force more than $10,000 while providing the most up to date curriculum available anywhere. Further, Sergeant Simpson led a six member Staff Assist Visit to prepare for wing level inspections resulting in two of his programs being adopted as the standard for all units. Finally, Sergeant Simpson managed a $350,000 Organizational Defense Travel Administrator budget which facilitated the movement of students and cadre through an intensive training syllabus, optimizing the use of available training opportunities. The distinctive accomplishments of Sergeant Simpson reflect great credit upon himself, the United States Air Force Warfare Center and the United States Air Force.