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Congratulations annual award winners

Chief Master Sgt. Paul Sikora, 92nd Air Refueling Wing command chief, presents a mock check to Chief Master Sgt. Robert Gaylor (ret.), fifth Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Paul Sikora, 92nd Air Refueling Wing command chief, presents a mock check to Chief Master Sgt. Robert Gaylor (ret.), fifth Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force

FAIRCHILD AIR FORCE BASE, Wash. - The following awards were presented to Team Fairchild members at the wing annual awards ceremony on February 15.

Honor Guard Member of the Year
Airman 1st Class Alma Centeno, 92nd Mission Support Group

Airman of the Year
Senior Airman Clara Alcaide, 92nd Mission Support Group

Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year
Tech. Sgt. Lance Dreiling, 92nd Operations Group

Senior Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year
Master Sgt. Thomas Williams, 92nd Maintenance Group

Company Grade Officer of the Year
Capt. Beltecezar Gorospe, 92nd Medical Group

First Sergeant of the Year
Master Sgt. Rudolfo Morales, 92nd Logistics Readiness Squadron

Civilian of the Year - Category I
Hilary Swanson, 92nd Medical Group

Civilian of the Year - Category II
John "Russ" Foreman, 92nd Medical Group

Civilian of the Year - Category III
Stacy Compton, 92nd Mission Support Group

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