AFSC 2T0X1 Traffic Management Citations

Staff Sergeant Courtney P. Kalb distinguished herself by meritorious service while serving as Traffic Management NCOIC, 435th Supply Chain Operations Squadron, 635th Supply Chain Operations Wing, Hill Air Force Base, Utah, from XXXXXXXXXX to XXXXXXXXXX. During this period, Sergeant Kalb's extensive knowledge and leadership contributed to the successful sustainment and operation of the Nuclear Enterprise vital to our nation's defense. She oversaw the secure movement of 88 classified assets valued at more than 40 million dollars, along with 38 re-entry vehicles, providing Minuteman III Missile support while maintaining the highest level of operational security. Additionally, Sergeant Kalb served as Acting Superintendent for 11 months, during which time she quickly resolved a transport vehicle failure by coordinating with four agencies to get it repaired in less than 24 hours while simultaneously maintaining the security of classified assets valued at 900 thousand dollars. Moreover, she identified an incorrect shipping address and contacted Distribution Standard System personnel to correct the discrepancy, preventing a 15 thousand dollar loss. Finally, she was selected for a Special Operations Forces position in which she sustained 16 Forward Operating Bases, delivered 130 thousand pounds of critical equipment, armed 67 Special Operations personnel, and secured a five thousand square mile training area. The distinctive accomplishments of Staff Sergeant Kalb reflect great credit upon herself, the 435th Supply Chain Operations Squadron and the United States Air Force.

Senior Airman Sarah K. Fabela distinguished herself by meritorious service as Traffic Management Journeyman, 455th Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron, 455th Expeditionary Mission Support Group, 455th Air Expeditionary Wing, Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan from XXXXXXX XXXXXXX to XXXXXX XXXX. During this period, the professional skill, leadership, and ceaseless efforts of Airman Fabela contributed to the successful redeployment of over 6,000 pounds and 107 pieces of time sensitive F-15 and HH-60 cargo. Additionally, she expedited the transport of more than 9,700 cargo items, including 5,750 mission capable parts, throughout Bagram Airfield and 12 Forward Operating Bases in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM, achieving an average eight hour processing time and shattering the Department of Defense's 24-hour standard. Finally, her attention to detail was a key factor in the expeditious processing and shipment home of 34 fallen comrades who made the ultimate sacrifice in defense of their country. The distinctive accomplishments of Senior Airman Fabela reflect credit upon herself, the 455th Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron, and the United States Air Force.

Staff Sergeant Johnson distinguished himself by meritorious service as Noncommissioned Officer in Charge, Traffic Management Outbound Cargo Floor Supervisor, 7th Logistics Readiness Squadron, 7th Mission Support Group, 7th Bomb Wing, Dyess Air Force Base, Texas. During this period, Staff Sergeant Johnson expedited the movement of 5,500 mission capable cargo valued at over six million dollars to global locations. His swift actions in the transportation of 49 B-1 Bomber engines directly supported the 7 BW flying hour program. Additionally, he spearheaded the flawless movement of 66 tons of AGE equipment in direct support of the Nellis AFB Weapons School Program. His diligent performance aided in the success of multi-national exercises while protecting the President of the United States and 25 other world leaders at Riga Summit. Finally, his tireless preparation and classified shipping procedures exceeded international requirements and ensured readiness. The distinctive accomplishments of Sergeant Johnson while serving his country reflect credit upon himself and the United States Air Force.

Sergeant Morrison distinguished himself by meritorious service as Traffic Management Journeyman, Packing and Crating Section, 51st Logistics Readiness Squadron, 51st Mission Support Group, 51st Fighter Wing, Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea. During this period, Sergeant Morrison flawlessly shipped 210 mission essential parts for movement within the same day of receipt, exceeding the Department of Defense twenty-four hour standard by five hours, assuring same day delivery and preventing customs delays. He prudently managed the Base Reusable Container Program, securing reimbursement from six units and recouping over two thousand dollars in government funds. Lastly, Sergeant Morrison expertly processed fifty five classified/cryptographic items while providing one hundred percent security, and diligently safeguarding 1.8 million dollars in sensitive information prior to shipment. The distinctive accomplishments of Sergeant Morrison reflect credit upon himself and the United States Air Force.

Airman First Class Reginald Major distinguished himself by outstanding service as an Traffic Management Journeyman, 18th Logistics Readiness Squadron, 18th Mission Support Group, Kadena AFB, Japan. During this period, he made major contributions to the deployment, employment, and redeployment phases of the Wing's Operational Readiness Inspection. While working long hours under austere weather conditions, he coordinated directly with the Deployment Control Center to prepare over 100 load plans. He also participated in all facets of the transportation career field by performing aerial delivery, fleet services, passenger and cargo processing, and traffic management functions. His hard work and dedication to duty ensured 1,300 passengers and over 1,000 tons of cargo were flawlessly transported to and from Cecil Field, Florida via air and surface transportation. His involvement directly contributed to the wing receiving an overall "Excellent" rating and his recognition by the Air Force Special Operations Command Inspector General as a "Professional Performer". The distinctive accomplishments of Airman Major reflect credit upon himself and the United States Air Force.

During this period, Airman Crispin's exemplary technical knowledge contributed to the successful transfer of 127 Nuclear Weapons Related Material and eight Propulsion System Rocket Engines valued at 178 million dollars, promoting nuclear deterrence and ensuring the security of the United States. As an inbound cargo expert, he coordinated the movement of 17 thousand pounds of Arms, Ammunition and Explosives, replenishing the munitions stockpile by 51 thousand pieces, ensuring a 100 percent on-time delivery rate, arming the wing's Security Forces missile defenders. Finally, Airman Crispin assured crucial alert readiness while managing the shipment of 433 high-priority assets and 716 classified and sensitive items valued over 245 million dollars guaranteeing strict cradle-to-grave security which directly contributed to the wing earning the 2015 Omaha and Blanchard Trophy. The distinctive accomplishments of Airman Crispin reflect credit upon himself and the United States Air Force.

During this period, Sergeant Sullivan developed and delivered training to more than 100 personnel from the United States Air Force, Army, Navy and Marine Corps, continuing to transform the Cargo Movement Operations System into a joint service system. He was directly responsible for setting up the first two Army Installation Transportation Office sites to use the Cargo Movement Operations System, enabling total cargo movement visibility to joint war-fighters. Sergeant Sullivan's training program and timely leadership faciliated the stand up of the Cargo Movement Operations System at two United States Army Medical Materiel Centers in Qatar and Korea, providing 100 percent visibility of critical medical supplies. His combined efforts ensured the Cargo Movement Operations System represented a Joint Service System by successfully fielding it to traffic management locations across all Department of Defense Services. The distinctive accomplishments of Sergeant Sullivan reflect credit upon himself and the United States Air Force.

During this period Senior Airman Taylor briefed nine hundred technical school students on their initial permanent change of station entitlements, reducing stress on first time movers and ensuring access to entitlements. Additionally, Airman Taylor coordinated one hundred and sixty five emergency and short notice flights with a zero interruption rate to members' departure. Furthermore, Airman Taylor packaged and shipped fifty outbound Mission Capable items within one and a half hours, smashing the Air Education and Training Command twenty-four hour standard. Finally, Airman Taylor expertly tracked two hundred and ten inbound shipments worth over five hundred thousand dollars, reducing Lackland Air Force Base's delinquent listing by eighty percent. Airman Taylor's diverse accomplishments led to his unit garnering the Air Education and Training Command's Logistic Readiness Squadron of the Year (Non-Flying) Award for three consecutive years.

During this period, Staff Sergeant Pozzi distinguished herself by outstanding achievement as Inbound Cargo Supervisor. She was the sole inbound receiving clerk and conducted in-check and receipt of more than 1,200 items and 54,000 tons of cargo, assured 100% accuracy, identified mishandled weapons shipments and corrected Point of Contact information which restored security and averted the loss of $50,000 in assets. In addition, Staff Sergeant Pozzi researched and corrected receiving organizations' information for Inbound cargo, which reduced delivery errors by 75% and eliminated mission delays. The distinctive accomplishments of Staff Sergeant Pozzi reflect credit upon himself and the United States Air Force.

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