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LIFETIMES Jan. 18, 1991 19 Ha hop Times no K10U n Studies Award and the Academic Achievement by SSgt. Teresa Dervin NCO PME Center Award. Brig. Gen. Clark Griffith, Ogden Air Logistics Center vice commander, was the guest speaker at the graduation ceremony. He said that it takes three things to be an effective leader: honesty, development and planning. The general said honesty is very important and that telling a is just as bad as telling a lie. He warned the graduates not to expect the truth from others if they themselves lie. General Griffith told the graduates not to expect to be instant leaders once they graduate from the school. He warned them not to get "too big for their britches" and to be aware of their limits as junior A staff sergeant assigned to the 3SSth Component Repair Squadron was awarded the top honor at the Noncommissioned Officers Leadership School graduation Dec. 11. SSgt. Joseph D. Findley was awarded the John Levitow Honor Graduate Award for Class 91-Sergeant Findley was the top student in a class of 26. He was selected for his outstanding scholastic efforts and his demonstrated leadership. Distinguished graduates for the class were: SSgt. Grace L. Paul from the 84th Radar Evaluation Squadron and Sgt. Bradley W. Blevins from the 2721st Munitions Maintenance and Test Squadron. Sergeant Blevins also received the Communicative Skills Award. Other award winners were SSgt. Richard R. Mer-ritof the 3568th Recruiting Squadron, who received the Leadership and Management Award and the Commandant's Award; and SSgt. Darin J. Barth, of 84th RADES, who received the Military B. half-trut- h NCOs. Leadership is something that is developed, he said, and graduates should apply what they learned in school in their section. To be a good leader one must always have a plan, General Griffith said. If a person doesn't have a plan, he or she shouldn't be in charge. He reminded the graduates they are here to serve and that they t, 388th airman earns Levitow at prep course by SSgt. Teresa Dervin NCO PME Center An airman assigned to the 388th Equipment Maintenance Squadron won the top award at the Hill AFB Noncommissioned Officers Preparatory Course graduation Dec. 7. SrA. Dana D. Havlik was the John Levitow Honor Graduate of Class 90-1- 8. Distinguished graduates in the class were SrA. Mark J. Bohne, of the 388th Aircraft Generation Squadron, and SrA. Paul W. Reaves, of the 1881st Communications-Compute- r Systems Group. Sgt. Brant C. Bushnell, of the 2721st Munitions Maintenance and Test Squadron and one of the 12 Outstanding Airmen of the Year for the must always take care of their people. SSgt. Rand A. Singleton, of 84th RADES, gradu- ated Nov. 6 with class 91-Other graduates of Class 91-- B were: Sgt. Tammlejo Iverton, 2849th Air Ba&e Group. Sgt. Ralph I. Gawehn, 388fh Aircraft Generation Squadron. Sgt. Jeffrey A. Brown, 1881st r Communications-Compute- Systems Group. SSgts. Michael B. Duff and Roland E. Henson Jr., 2849th Civil Engineering Squadron. SSgts. David R. Bennett, toy M. Berkeley II and Jason H. Brocht, 2952nd Combat Logistics Support Squadron. Sgt. Jose G. Gomez, 388th CRS. Sgt. Russell F. Rowley, 2039th Communications Squadron, Fairchild AFB, Wash. s and Sgt. Randy L. Gillespie, 2849th DisSSgt. Julia A. tribution Squadron. SSgt. Carl W. Fleck, 388th Equipment Maintenance Squadron. SSgt. Edward A. Parrish Jr. 2701st Explosive Ordnance Disposal Squadron. SSgt. Dennis A. Anstey, 2721st Munitions Maintenance and 'Test Squadron. SSgt. Carl G. Scott, 2849th Support Squadron. SSgt. Joseph W. Bruggeman, Sgts. Charles L. Bailey and Andrew I. Martinez, 729th Tactical Control Squadron. SSgt. Bernadette A. Perez, 388th Tactical Fighter Wing. Sgt. Bradley A. Orris, 6514th Test Squadron. Moyer-Adam- Air Force, was the guest speaker at the graduation ceremony. He defined excellence as surpassing in accomplishment and achievements, and going above and beyond the call of duty. Excellence, he said, is vital to maintaining the top quality Air Force that's needed in the face of a decreasing budget. Because Air Force members are now expected to do more with less, there is no room for an "it's not my job" attitude. He challenged the graduates to strive for excellence in everything they do. "Striving for excellence will not only benefit you," he said, "but your fami the Air Force and ultimately the country." Other Class 90-1graduates were: ly, rs, 8 Senior Airmen Ernest J. Lemos and Steven R. Schaff-house388th AGS. SrA. Tracy E. Romero, 1881st CCSS. SrA. Dennis R. Dayton and A1C Joseph A. Icen-hou2849th Civil Engineering Squadron. Senior Airmen Travis F. Barton and Brian K. Wain-wrigh- t, 388th Component Repair Squadron. A1C Charles F. Christensen, 2892nd Distribution r, r, Squadron. Airmen First Class Jeffrey A. Chase and Rodney O. Smith, 388th EMS. SrA. Jennifer L. Dunner, U.S. Air Force Hospital, Hill. Senior Airmen Andrew S. Peidl, Shawn E. Scott and Stephen S. Straley, 2721st MMTS. SrA. David A. Mulder and Al C Sean W. Langston, 729th Tactical Control Squadron. ATTENTION: Mailhandler Participants of our fee! Insurance covers$26100 There may be 8 one-tim- charge for e B&D AUTOMART 1 st treatment. 3540 WASH. BLVD. COME IN FOR A FREE EXAM Call 0 621-174- Hours: 9:00 5:00 pm, Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri. ' Ji Liu Dr. Kevin A. L Roberts, --Pi V imi J V JJTfFtfSSOf NIC We Support our soldiers of Operation Desert Shield and our Country. Our prayers and Best j um n AIM- S- Wishes go out to the families and friends of all i u,lB the soldiers involved. U&utN Palmer Graduate & V MAOOf Roberts Chiropractic Center DC v INSTANT OASH Military - 5 8 DANGEK SIGNALS am - vii 393-863- x are with V LOANS You! Civilian Personnel Convenient and Quick Cash!!! checks Cash for personal needs, vacations, etc. Borrow up to $200 INSTANTLY!!! 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