Vol. 1, No. 05 Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla. Training Expeditionary Airpower Experts Feb. 16, 2007
Two Tyndall medics receive Air Force level awards
The 325th Medical Group had two
recipients of Air Force level awards
in 2006 Capt. Karen Kramer, 325th
Aeromedical-Dental Squadron public
health officer, and Staff Sgt. Tawnie
Miller, 325th Medical Support Squadron
group self inspection program manager.
Captain Kramer received the Air Force
Medical Service Award for Public Health
Officer of the Year 2006.
Among many other accomplishments,
last year she deployed to Afghanistan
to work with the Army's Civil Affairs
Special Operations Battalion and laid the
ground work for new medical facilities,
as well as improved medical awareness
in the country.
Sergeant Miller received the Air Force
Medical Service Award for Resource
Management Airman of the Year.
Sergeant Millermanaged and monitored
several medical items accurately
surpassing Air Education and Training
Staff Sgt Stacey Haga Command goals. She also trained several
Captain Kramer reviews a patient's medical record with Staff Sgt. Tia Mullins, 325th AMDS public individuals, increasing their compliance
health technician. with medical standards.
Statt Sgt Stacey Haga "G u rS
Sergeant Miller reviews and files last year's self inspection documents for the 325th Medical Group.
Trust, Teamwork, Trai
. Staff Sgt. Anthony Fountain
Staff Sgt Stacey Haga
Staff Sgt. Anthony Fountain receives the Checker-
tail Salute Warrior of the Week award from Col. Mat-
thew Molloy, 325th Operations Group commander.
Sergeant Fountain authored nine standard operating
procedures for airfield weather equipment. He produced
1,701 weather products with 98 percent accuracy and
optimized 954 training sorties. Sergeant Fountain also
volunteered 36 hours as assistant coach for the Bay High
School volleyball team.
Duty title: Weather Forecaster
Hometown: Waipahu, Hawaii
Time on station: Three years
Time in service: Seven years
Hobbies: Fishing and playing volleyball
Goals: Make technical sergeant the first
time and open a fishing charter after I retire
Favorite thing about Tyndall AFB: Nice
beaches, great fishing and the paper mill
Favorite movie: "Half Baked" and "Old
Favorite book: "Da Vinci Code" by Dan
Proudest moment in the military: Giv-
ing Air Force One a weather brief. It was
on the way back from President Bush's
surprise visit to the Troops in Iraq during
Thanksgiving, then seeing what I was part
of later on the news.
The Checkertail Salute is a 325th Fighter Wing
commander program designed to recognize
Tyndall's Warrior of the Week. Supervisors can
nominate individuals via their squadron and group
commanders. Award recipients receive a certifi-
cate, letter from the commander and a one-day
Can you identify this
object? If so, send an
e-mail to editor@tyndall.
af.mil with "Identify this"
in the subject line.
Three correct entries will
be chosen at random and
drawn from a hat to de-
termine the final winner.
The prize can be claimed
at the Public Affairs of-
No one correctly guessed
the Feb. 9 "Identify This."
Since it was so diffi-
cult, we may run it in a
future issue of the Web
Airman I st Lass Antnony Myatt
Fred Ramsaver, Sentinel contractor, performs maintenance
at the Berg-Liles Dinning facility. The dinning hall is cur-
rently closed for renovations to its exhaust system. A tena-
tive reopening has been set for late May. Airmen who were
not receiving basic allowance for subsistence here will be
authorized BAS until its reopening.
Feb. 16, 2007