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Title: Web defender
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Publication Date: May 7, 2007
Copyright Date: 2007
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In Brief

Smooth Move
Workshop
The Airmen and Family
Readiness Flight is scheduled
to host the Smooth Move
Workshop from 9 a.m. to
noon May 16 at the Airmen
and Family Readiness Center,
Bldg. 743.
The Smooth Move
Workshop is designed to
provide information and assist
in upcoming permanent change
of station moves for military
members, civilians and their
family members. For
more information and to make
reservations, call 283-4204.

Memorial Day
hours forAFEES
AAFES hours for the
Memorial Day holiday, May
28 are:
Main Store, 10 a.m. to 5
p.m.
Shoal Point Shoppette, 11
a.m. to 6 p.m.
Class Six Shoppette, 10
a.m. to 5 p.m.
Felix Lake Shoppette, 6
a.m. to 9 p.m.
Anthony's Pizza, 11 a.m.
to 4 p.m.
GNC, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
All otherAAFES facilities
will be closed May 28.

Check out
"Tyndall News" at on
our home page for new
information about team
Tyndall
*'TyndallAnnouncements"
to find out activities on and
off base for Airmen and their
families


Bronze Star legacy continues in family


AIRMAN FIRST CLASS
ANTHONY J. HYATT
325TH FIGHTER WING PUBLIC AFFAIRS

It's rare to receive a military decoration
for combat as an Airman. It's very rare
to receive the same award your mother
once received. And it's extremely rare to
receive an award that both your mother
and grandfather received before you.
Staff Sgt. Jonathan Morrison, 325th
Civil Engineering Squadron explosive
ordnance disposal craftsman, was awarded
the Bronze Star Medal Friday morning
at the 53rd Weapons Evaluation Group
auditorium.
"It's all just part of me doing my job,"
said Sergeant Morrison.
The Bronze Star Medal is a United
States Armed Forces individual military
decoration, which is awarded for bravery,
acts of merit or meritorious service in
ground combat.
"Our Airmen risk their lives in defense
of our freedom, our liberty and justice. I
see no higher purpose than to protect the
American way of life, which is based on
U.S. constitutional value, holding 'a beam
of bright light' into dark comers of the
world," said Lt. Col. Sue Grumbach, 325th
Civil Engineer Squadron commander.


Isaac Gibson
Maj. Camp gives her son a shadow
box of her both her and her father's
Bronze Stars Friday.


Isaac Gibson
Maj. Cynthia Camp, the sergeant's mother and Air Force Reserve
315th Air Medical Evacuation Squadron director of operations
in Charleston AFB, S.C., pins the Bronze Star Medal on Staff Sgt.
Jonathan Morrison, 325th Civil Engineering Squadron explosive
ordnance disposal craftsman Friday morning.


Sergeant Morrison was deployed
with the 506th Air Expeditionary
Group, 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing,
Kirkuk Regional Air Base, Iraq from
March 4, 2006 to August 19, 2006
during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Throughout his time in Iraq,
Sergeant Morrison contributed to the
recovery and destruction of 40,000
pieces of ordnance, starving the
enemy of the main explosive charge
utilized in roadside bombs, according
to the citation.
"I'm terrified of his job, but thankful
and supportive because he makes it
possible for other mothers and sons
to come home from Iraq," said Maj.


Cynthia B. Camp, the sergeant's mother
and Air Force Reserve 315th Air
Medical Evacuation Squadron director
of operations in Charleston AFB, S.C.
Sergeant Morrison's mother pinned
the Bronze Star on her son during the
formal military ceremony Friday.
"Like mother, like son," said Major
Camp.
"My family and myself-- we have
always put others before ourselves,"
said Sergeant Morrison.
Major Camp, who has been in
the service for more than 20 years,
received her Bronze Star in 2003 for
her actions while deployed in support
of Operations Iraqi Freedom and
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Airman 1st Class Debra Shipman
Airman 1st Class Debra Shipman


2nd Lt Patrick Casey
Airman Shipman, 325th Air Control Squadron aerospace
control and warning systems journeyman, received the
Checkertail Salute Warrior of the Week award from Brig.
Gen.Tod D.Wolters, 325th FighterWing commander.

Airman Shipman instructed five pilot simulators, three
trainers, taught 52 positional hours, and bolstered ABM
student simulation training. She also designed inclusive
mobility training, providing single source view of 150
permanent-party member's mobility training.


Duty title: Aerospace control and warn-
ing systems journeyman
Hometown: Balsam Grove, N.C.
Time on station: One year
Time in service: Two years
Hobbies: Swimming, volleyball, bas-
ketball, playing the violin
Goals: Make staff sergeant first time
testing and complete CCAF degree
and Bachelor Degree in Resource and
Technology Management
Favorite thing about Tyndall AFB:
The friendly people and the beach
Favorite movie: "Pearl Harbor"
Pet peeves: Not completing a task to its
full extent
Proudest moment in the military:
Making 95 percent on CDCs and receiv-
ing numerous congratulations
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 certificate, letter from the commander and a
one-day pass.


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Enduring Freedom. She served to transport
patients to medical care facilities.
Sergeant Morrison's grandfather was also a
Bronze Star recipient. He received the award
while serving with the U.S. Army Cavalry
Division during WW II in the European
Theater as a radio operator.
Major Camp presented her Bronze Star and
her father's Bronze Star to Sergeant Morrison
in a shadow box during the ceremony.
"I found my father's Bronze star in his
closet. He never talked about it," said Major
Camp. "I thought it would mean a lot to give
mine and his grandfather's to him (my son)."
"The men and women of the 325th CES
are very proud of Sergeant Morrison,"
said Colonel Grumbach. "It is extremely
important to recognize our Airmen for their
accomplishments and valor."
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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 ran-
dom and drawn from a
hat to determine the fi-
nal winner. The prize can
be claimed at the Public
Affairs office.
Sergeant Daniel Alex-
ander, 325th Operations
Support Squadron,
correctly guessed the
April 20 "Identify This"
as a flashlight bulb. Con-
gratulations Sergeant
Alexander, come claim
your prize!


| Golden Bolt Award


A1 C Anthony Hyatt
Staff Sgt. Angela Giroud, 2nd Aircraft Maintenance Unit
weapons load crew chief and Airman 1st Class Kevin
Herriot, 2nd AMU weapons crew chief, swap out a LAU-
128 missile launcher to attach it to a pilon. Sergeant
Giroud was the Golden Bolt Award winner for the month
of April. She found the bolt in the middle of the taxiway,
where an aircraft could have ingested it.


May 7, 2007




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