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All 4A2 Categories 2017-05-21T03:01:26+00:00

4A2 AFMS Award Winners

YearAirmanNCOSNCO
2001SrA Joseph BerberichSSgt Rick RussoNone1
2002SrA Hector Bauza12TSgt John OdlumSMSgt Dave Duenas2
2003SrA Neil BootsTSgt Don VrabelMSgt Robert Velez2
2004SrA Mark FrayserSSgt Kevin FrazierSMSgt Tracy Wilhelm3
20054SrA Steven FredmanTSgt William BrownMSgt Arthur House
2006SrA Grant WisnerSSgt Joseph Berberich5MSgt Dan Hoffart
2007SrA Karen Sweet6TSgt Michael MchughMSgt Charles Frizzell
2008SrA Gregory OlsenTSgt Margaret Cooper7MSgt Quyen Ngo
2009SrA Kristine SpenceSSgt Matthew ColicaSMSgt Charles Frizzell8
2010SrA Christopher HandTSgt Martin CastilloMSgt Margaret Cooper9
2011SrA Dalton PrestwichTSgt William MitchellNot awarded10
2012SrA Daniel HauverburkTSgt Christopher GageNot awarded10
2013SrA Taylor FugateTSgt Randy Dozier IINot awarded10
2014SrA Lindsey Fuentes12TSgt Jason JohnsonNot Awarded11
2015SrA Joshua CowperTSgt Douglas SuazoNot awarded10
2016SrA Ethan CarreraSSgt Joseph McPhersonNot Awarded13
Notes:

  1. Prior to 2002, there were no 4A1 or 4A2 SNCO awards at the Air Force level
  2. Prior to 2004, there was no 4A2 SNCO category. All SNCO 4A2s competed with 4A1s for the Outstanding Medical Logistics SNCO of the Year Award.
  3. First 4A2 winner in SNCO category
  4. Award period changed from calendar year to fiscal year
  5. First 4A2 to win in multiple categories
  6. First female 4A2 winner in Airman category, as well as first female 4A2 to win in any category
  7. First female 4A2 winner in NCO category
  8. First 2-time winner for same category. Prior to Fiscal Year 2009, members could only win once per category in their respective careers. Rules were changed beginning in 2009 allowing members to win twice per category in their respective careers.
  9. First female 4A2 winner in SNCO category, as well as first female 4A2 to win in multiple categories
  10. All AFSC-specific SNCO awards dropped in Fiscal Year 2011
  11. MSgt Christopher Espinosa, a BMET at Yokota Air Base Japan, won the Air Force Medical Service SNCO Leadership Award
  12. Named 12 Outstanding Airmen of the Year
  13. SMSgt Allan Weary, a BMET at Wright-Patterson AFB, won the Air Force Medical Service SNCO Leadership Award. In addition, SMSgt Curtis Miller, a BMET at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, USAF SNCO Organizational Management Excellence Award.

References:

  1. 2002 winners: SG Newswire May 2003
  2. 2003 winners: SG Newswire April 2004
  3. 2004 – 2014 winners: AFMS Knowledge Exchange (must have CAC card to access)