Staff Sergeant Joseph M. Calloway distinguished himself by meritorious service as Logistics Supply Management Craftsman, Cryptologic Systems Division, Cyber and Netcentric Directorate, Electronic Systems Center, Air Force Materiel Command, Lackland Air Force Base, Texas from XXXXXXXXX to XXXXXXXXXX. During this period, Sergeant Calloway performed eleven warehouse inventories containing over one hundred thousand crypto line items, valued at over four million dollars, resulting in a ninety eight percent accuracy rate. In addition, Sergeant Calloway successfully shipped and issued more than twenty five thousand mission critical assets, ensuring warfighter security systems were in place and operational in a timely manner. Futhermore, Sergeant Calloway effectively oversaw the Tactical Asset Security System, stocking over nine hundred line items valued at over five million dollars, sustaining Force Protection capabilities locally and when deployed. Finally, his meticulous review of transactions identified erroneous stock charges and resulted in reverse post actions that recouped over three hundred thousand dollars in Air Force funds. The distinctive accomplishments of Senior Airman Calloway reflect great credit upon himself, the Cryptologic Systems Division and the United States Air Force.
Senior Airman Rusty B. Sinclair distinguished himself by meritorious service as Supply Management Journeyman, 49th Logistics Readiness Squadron, 49th Mission Support Group, 49th Wing, Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico from XXXXXXXXX to XXXXXXXXXX. During this period, the outstanding professional skill, dedication, and ceaseless efforts of Airman Sinclair resulted in major contributions to the effectiveness and success of the 49th Wing. He processed 123 stock number loads and 45 issue requests worth over two hundred thousand dollars that contributed to the generation of more than 4,500 sorties. Additionally, Airman Sinclair revised the quality control process for the Delinquent Document program which decreased the delinquent document rate by 51 percent over the last fiscal year. Moreover, he assisted with the Headquarters Air Force Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness tasking. He inventoried 200,000 equipment assets and corrected 135 discrepancies and recouped seven million dollars in logistics funds. Finally, his technical expertise significantly contributed to the Air Combat Command directed Individual Protective Equipment inventory. He inspected and built 370 mobility bags while sustaining a ninety nine percent inventory accuracy rate. The distinctive accomplishments of Senior Airman Sinclair reflect great credit upon himself, the 49th Logistics Readiness Squadron, and the United States Air Force.
Senior Airman Kenneth J. Finn distinguished himself by meritorious service as Supply Management Journeyman, 317th Maintenance Operations Squadron, 317th Airlift Group, Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, from XXXXXXXXX to XXXXXXXXXX. During this period, Airman Finn managed a critical Forward Supply Point, hosting more than one hundred and forty parts valued at 13 million dollars while simultaneously replenishing urgent requests and ensuring asset availability. Additionally, he facilitated the turn-in of 236 serviceable not used assets while maintaining accountability and saving the Air Force over forty thousand dollars. Furthermore, Airman Finn entered over one thousand cannibalization requests, a fiscal year 2016 record, facilitating an eighty percent mission capable rate for the C-130 fleet. Finally, Airman Finn coordinated 128 red ball requests supporting a ninety five percent departure reliability rate, a thirteen month high. The distinctive accomplishments of Senior Airman Finn while serving his country reflect credit upon himself, the 317th Maintenance Operations Squadron, and the United States Air Force.
Master Sergeant William L. Lowell distinguished himself by outstanding achievement while serving as Supply Advisor, 838th Air Expeditionary Advisory Group, NATO Air Training Command - Afghanistan from XXXXXXXXX to XXXXXXXXXX. During this period, Sergeant Lowell's mastery of supply concepts and procedures were vital to providing effective and sustainable supply management to the Afghan Air Force. He spearheaded the first Afghan-led Logistic envoy to Afghan Higher Headquarters, elevating the crippling effects of supply set backs on the Afghan Air Force. His leadership and support improved Afghan supply effectiveness by orchestrating the first ever Afghan-led supply process training for the base populace. In addition, he arranged air transport of twenty M240B machine guns, decreasing transportation time to one day and avoiding pilferage and ensuring the qualification of six MI-17 Air Crew gunners. Finally, Sergeant Lowell initiated security and accountability measures that secured assets valued at more than seven million dollars. The distinctive accomplishments of Master Sergeant Lowell reflect credit upon himself, the 838th Air Expeditionary Advisory Group and the United States Air Force.
Technical Sergeant Katrina L. Reedy distinguished herself by meritorious service while serving as NCOIC, Supply, 366th Aircraft Maintenance Unit, 366th Fighter Wing, Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho from XXXXXXXXX to XXXXXXXXXX. During this period, the professional skills, leadership, and ceaseless efforts of Sergeant Reedy contributed to the effectiveness and success of the 366th Aircraft Maintenance Unit. She provided critical technical support to the organization by sourcing and procuring over 700 Mission Impaired Capability Awaiting Parts valued at more than two billion dollars. In addition, in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, her efforts were responsible for a 5.9 percent Not Mission Capable Supply rate and an overall 93 percent Fully Mission Capable rate which facilitated the completion of over 350 F15E Strike Eagle sorties, amassing 1,543 combat hours. Finally, while assigned to the 366th Civil Engineer Squadron, she meticulously inspected and receipted more than 750 assets monthly, ensured 98 percent on time delivery to craftsmen, and organized warehouse storage of 500 line items monthly, all the while maintaining 100 percent accountability. The distinctive accomplishments of Technical Sergeant Reedy reflect credit upon herself, the 366th Fighter Wing and the United States Air Force.