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NEWS | Oct. 24, 2012

JB Charleston CE wins big at AMC awards

By Airman 1st Class Tom Brading Joint Base Charleston Public Affairs

The 628th Civil Engineer Squadron garnished numerous awards during the Air Mobility Command Civil Engineer Awards for fiscal year 2012.

The award winners and runners up for Joint Base Charleston include:

Outstanding Civil Engineer Unit Maj. Gen. Del R. Eulberg Award
Asset Management flight

Brig. Gen. Archie S. Hayes Award
Program flight

Senior Master Sgt. Gerald J. Stryzak Award
Explosive Ordnance Demolition flight

Airman and civilians of the 628th CES also recognized include:

Harry P. Rietman Award winner (Senior civilian manager):
Jerry Garrett

Maj. Gen. Eugene A. Lupia Award runner-up (Military technician
noncommissioned officer):
Staff Sgt. Douglas Ryan

Maj. Gen. Eugene A. Lupia Award runner-up (Military technician Airman):
Senior Airman John Hedges

Maj. Gen. L. Dean Fox Award runner-up (Senior military manager):
Lt. Col. Aaron Altwies

Society of American Military Engineers Newman Medal runner-up:
1st Lt. William Hay, Jr.

AMC National Society of Professional Engineers Federal Engineer of the Year
Todd Martin

"Congratulations to the 'Outlaws' of our Civil Engineer Squadron on a job well done! Also, thanks to all of the Joint Base Charleston mission partners, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Naval Facilities Engineering Command for their continued teamwork in our efforts to improve the facilities, infrastructure and overall mission sustainability of Joint Base Charleston," said Col. Richard McComb, Joint Base Charleston commander.