Wing announces first quarter award winners

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  • By Tech. Sgt. Christopher Carranza
  • 403rd Wing Public Affairs

The 403rd Wing announced its first quarter award winners for the Jan. 1 through March 31 period. Winners were chosen in the Airman, noncommissioned officer, senior NCO, company grade officer and civilian categories.


Airman of the Quarter: Senior Airman Kristian Delgado

Unit: 403rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

Duty title: C-130J Super Hercules Crew Chief

Years of service:

Hometown: Miami, Florida

Latest accomplishment: Getting hired as an Air Reserve Technician. It’s hard enough to get into the civil service, so being qualified and selected for the position full-time is rewarding in itself. I thank my leadership for being blunt and straightforward in accomplishing my duties and responsibilities.


NCO of the Quarter: Tech. Sgt. Daniel Sullivan

Unit: 403rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron

Duty title: C-130J Super Hercules Crew Chief

Years of service: 6

Hometown: Vancleave, Mississippi

Latest accomplishment: Completing my Community College of the Air Force Associate’s degree in aerospace maintenance. Education is important because the Air Force encourages continuous learning and affords us the opportunities to educate us as Airmen as we train and refine our skills.


SNCO of the Quarter: Master Sgt. Brian May

Unit: 403rd Logistics Readiness Squadron

Duty title: NCO in charge of vehicle management

Years of service: 14

Hometown: Youngsville, Louisiana

Latest accomplishment: Completing Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy, I learned a lot about leadership and what is expected of me at this tier of responsibility. It’s an important step for my next stripe, but more-so in my career development as a SNCO and building upon the whole Airman concept.


CGO of the Quarter: Capt. Erika Cordes

Unit: 403rd Wing

Duty title: Executive Officer

Years of service: 15 

Hometown: Janesville, Wisconsin

Latest accomplishment: Being given the opportunity to serve as the 403rd Wing executive officer following a Permanent Change of Station from Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas. It is a great honor to be entrusted in this role coming from the flightline as a maintenance officer with the 433rd Airlift Wing.


Civilian of the Quarter: Tyree Leverette

Unit: 403rd Operation Support Squadron

Duty title: Aircrew Flight Equipment craftsman

Years of service: 20

Hometown: Moss Point, Mississippi

Latest accomplishment: Supporting the 815th Airlift Squadron in exercise Swift Response 19 in Germany. I had the opportunity to work with international partners and Airmen overseas which was an exciting and gratifying experience.