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CMSgt Don Carney Retirement Ceremony

CMSgt Don Carney, AF Services Career Field Manager, had his retirement ceremony 16 Jul 2010 in the Secretary of the Air Force Conference Room, Pentagon, Washington DC.  Mr. Chuck Milam, Director of AF Services, presided over the ceremony and praised Chief Carney for a 26 year career.  The ceremony was attended by many old friends and co-workers, his parents and family.  Lou Proper was proud to be there to witness the end of an era. Click here to view program.


 

GOOD NEWS STORY - Darryl Overby Departs Halliburton/KBR

On 13 October 2007, A bid farewell to one of its long time employee’s.  Darryl Overby C3 Warhorse DFAC supervisor is leaving the company after 3 years of outstanding service to KBR and the Customer.  Darryl has been instrumental in making Wood Dining facility one of the best DFAC’s in the C-sites.  He has gone above and beyond in his role as supervisor designing the acclaimed “Jazz Room” on Warhorse.  He went the extra mile to ensure that dining at Wood was a pleasure and put special touches on everything, because he truly cared about the people who walked through his doors.  The Deputy and FOB Mayor presented Darryl with an award and thanked him for making the quality of life better for the soldiers on FOB Warhorse.  Darryl addressed his Najlaa caters giving them praise for their hard work in making Wood dining facility what it is today and for their creativity in preparing and presenting food to the Customer.  Darryl commented “his heart would always be in Food Service” and it shows in his outstanding service to all he came in contact with on FOB Warhorse.  He will truly be missed by all!


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Congratulations to our Services own 2007 
Allied Command Operations Lance P. Sijan USAF Leadership Award Winner

-----Original Message-----
From: NATO/A1P [mailto:NATO.A1A@ramstein.af.mil]
Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2007 10:03 AM

Subject: 2007 Lance P. Sijan USAF Leadership Award winners

On behalf of the Supreme Allied Commander Europe, it gives us great pleasure to announce the following individuals as the Allied Command Operations' 2007 Lance P. Sijan USAF Leadership Award winners:

      a. Senior Officer Category - Lt Col Thomas D. Eisenhauer, NAEW&C Force Command, Shape, Belgium

      b. Junior Officer Category - Capt Laura M. Whitehead, NAEW&CF E-3A
Component OW, Geilenkirchen, Germany

      c. Senior Enlisted Category - MSgt Brian P. O'Connor, JFC HQ, Brunssum 

      d. Junior Enlisted Category - TSgt John V. Rickman, Jr., NATO AWACS, Geilenkirchen, Germany 

The significant accomplishments and high quality leadership these individuals have demonstrated greatly contributed to the success of Allied Command Operations and Air Force missions.

V/r

TERANYELI BROOKS, SSgt, USAF
Joint NATO Command Branch Board Secretariat - NATO/A1
Stuttgart-Vaihingen, Germany
DSN: 430-5032 COM: (49) 711-680-5032


         Learn how to send a little care package to those deployed serving !!!
 
From:  Dan Awalt
To: Richard Lugent ; Ed Oliver
Sent: Sunday, July 15, 2007 7:52 AM
Subject: Fw: Thank You!

I think even some of the simplest things make a big difference to some of these guys!  I sent a box of food snacks, including a 5 pound bag of peanuts, to this unit.  The Saturday Night Live DVD set I sent has apparently been a big hit!  Anything we can send.........snacks, magazines, books, etc, is all appreciated.  I hope we still encourage our friends to participate.  There are still lots of folks on "AnySoldier.Com" (from all services) who could use some help............or even letters from home.  They LOVE getting local newspapers, and they're cheap to send via media mail!
This guy is at a FOB in Afghanistan, near Pakistan....a really bad place to be.  I'll be glad to send addresses to anyone who wants to mail stuff over!  Pass it along?
Dan
 
----- Original Message -----
From:  Luke Godson
To: Dan Awalt
Sent: Sunday, July 15, 2007 3:07 AM
Subject: Thank You!
Hello,
     Hi Chief!  My name is Luke Godson and I am one of the medics out here at Kamdesh aid station.  I just wanted to take the time to thank you for sending out all the goodies you have sent us.  I my self have been devouring the penuts you sent as they are one of my favorite snacks.  It has been a real joy and blessing to get your packages and we are real appreciative.  I happen to be from Florida myself and have been to Bradenton.  I used to live over on the east coast in Melbourne.  I went to college for a couple of years in Lakeland which is closer to you.  Man do I miss Florida!  Especially this time a year when everyone is out and about enjoying the water activities.  We have enjoyed the SNL dvd set you sent out to us.  We have sat around the past couple of nights watching them together and having a lot of laughs so thank you for that.  I hope you and your wife enjoy your weekend and we all look forward to hearing from you soon!
 
Sincerely,
PFC Luke Godson
1-91 Cav, 173rd ABCT
Nuristan, Afghanistan
From:  Noel, Christian A USA SGT USA CJTF82 PRT 14
To: Dan Awalt
Sent: Saturday, July 14, 2007 3:13 AM
Subject: Howdy

Classification: UNCLASSIFIED

Dan,

Thank you very much for the magazines and especially the SNL discs.  Our PA was talking about the very first skit they ever did a few times and when he I told him you sent it he was excited.  The food of course is being happily devoured by soldier and local alike when they come in to be seen.  How did your back surgery go?  I hope you're not laid up for too long while you recover.  So what was your job in the Air Force, and where were you stationed.  In my previous MOS I spent 3 years at Misawa Air Base in Japan, so I know a little bit about the wild blue yonder.  Please let me know how you are doing and thank you again for your support.

Christian

P.S.  I attached a picture of our "golf" course.  I thought you might get a kick out of it.  That’s me putting.


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