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Ethics program earns award by Mary Galbraith Hilltop Times Staff At a time when a hot pickle has become grounds for suing, legal staff here are debunking negative lawyer jokes and stereotypes one case, issue and deci- sion at a time by placing ethics first and their efforts were recently recognized as outstanding. The Ogden Air Logistics Center was one of 17 Air Force legal offices recognized with the Outstanding Ethics Program award. The Air Force was a standout during the evaluation no other federal agency received more than seven awards. The Office of Government Ethics, responsible for ensuring all departments of the government comply with ethical requirements, presents awards annually to federal agencies who score an outstanding during a total review of their program. Bases and offices are reviewed on rotating schedules. Hill is assessed every four years. The review evaluated areas including the financial disclosure systems, ethics education and training as well as counseling and advice. The program is managed by the Staff Judge Advocate through the General and Acquisition Law Divisions. The evaluation committee noted Hill strong points in the counseling and advice services as well as a education and training program. Richard Trowbridge, an Acquisition Law Attorney well-manage- d on base, said his predecessor, James McLaren, deserves the credit for getting the program in order and run- - rBest Teriyalii 9 added to heirforce Nine Hill AFB babies were recently enlisted to the rank of Heirforce addition. Staff Sgt. Jonathan and Jennifer Ungard are parents of ning as it should. Trowbridge said it was nice to be recognized and anytime the office is complimented it feels good. He said the legal office has a large impact on the base and he wants personnel to instantly assume integrity is always the first legal priority with or without awards and recognition. By doing the right thing and keeping our ethical standards high, people are going to have to confidence that the system works that its going to protect everything important to the military or the government, he said, adding taxpayers expect their money to be spent appropriately." a girl born Sept. 20. Jessica Nicole Ungard weighed 7 pounds, 4 ounces and was 19 inches long. 12 Airman 1st Class Melissa Price is the mother of a boy born Sept. 21. Cody Alexander Price weighed 7 pounds, 9 ounces and was 21 inches long. - Senior Airman Darin and Rebecca Kinstler are parents of a boy born Sept. 25. Tobias Scott Kinstler weighed 6 pounds and was 20 12 inches long. Senior Airman Todd and Danielle Levings are parents of a girl born Sept. 25. Faith Morgan Levings weighed 7 pounds, 1 ounce and was 20 12 inches long. Tech. Sgt. Gary and Coleen Steffen are parents of a boy born Sept. 27. Trevor Lee Steffen weighed 6 pounds, 8 ounces and was 18 12 inches long. Staff Sgt. Gregory and Margie Shepard are parents of a boy born Oct. 4. Andrew Jacob Shepard weighed 8 pounds, 4 ounces and was 21 12 inches long. 2nd Lt. Tamara and Robert ODonnell are parents of a boy born Oct. 5. Robert Alexander ODonnell weighed 7 pounds, 14 ounces and was 21 12 inches long. Evaluators highlighted Hills training programs. all new civil Trowbridge said they have two servants receive ethics training during their first 90 days, and there are additional annual requirements for personnel who make financial decisions for the government. Trowbridge said its important for government workers and legal officials to factor ethics into their decisions. In every decision that we issue, in every action that were called on to consider to give our input about whether something is legal, the ethical aspect , Airman 1st Class Joseph and Airman 1st Class April Miller are parents of a girl born Oct. 6. Hannah Nicole Miller weighed 7 pounds, 14 ounces and comes in, Trowbridge said. Trowbridge, who spent 13 years as active duty Air Force, said hes enjoyed the professionalism and team attitude of the government workers hes been associated with, and he invites anyone with ethical or legal questions to call his office at Ext. 20 inches long. Tech. Sgt. Garry and Shai Kunis are parents of a girl born Oct. 12. Kennadi Morganne Kunis weighed ' 5 pounds, 10 ounces and was 18 34 inches long. Restaurant vr Oriental & American TAKE-OU- T ) PARTIES BANQUETS LUNCH SPECIALS As Low As $75 m With Drink! OPEN MONDAY-FRIDA- 10.30 A.M. 9:00 PM. 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