Vol. 32, Issue 7
Fleet Readiness Center East, MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina August 2011
Department of Defense Vertical Lift Center of Excellence
Col. Mitchell A. Bauman
“Unsurpassed Service to the
Fleet and Relentless Focus
on Quality, Environment, Team,
When I became your commanding offi-
and Occupational Health and cer, I sent out the 10 Axioms of the Depot
Safety” to help you to always remember what is
important to us as we better our organiza-
tion. In 1954, a dedication pamphlet from
the Overhaul and Repair Department, fore-
runner of the FRC East, contained a page
entitled “Our Creed.” These wise folks
Col. Mitchell A. Bauman , USMC
wrote 13 maxims that are timeless.
Col. Blayne H. Spratlin, USMC Practice safety at all times.
Editor Keep an orderly operation.
Dave Marriott Effect good relations and teamwork.
Give our experience to others.
Be fair in thoughts and actions.
Analyze our shop efficiency.
Readiness Reader is a publication of the Eliminate unnecessary operations. some bad behavior. The results of this bad
Fleet Readiness Center East, Marine Corps Foster a feeling of belonging. behavior will always come back to haunt
Air Station, Cherry Point, N.C. The editorial Be aggressive in thought and action. us in the form of safety, quality, and cost
content of this newsletter is prepared, edited Produce our share of the workload. issues. I want to give you the tools and the
and provided by the FRC East Command Maintain a balance between personnel approach to break this mind-set. Recently, I
Communication Department. This newsletter
is an authorized publication for members of and workload. sent 120 of our employees through the cru-
the Department of Defense. Contents of Accurately report labor expenditure. cible (severe test) of the simulated work-
the Readiness Reader are not necessarily Integrity above all! place with the Pendaran group where they
the official views, or endorsed by, the U.S. learned that teamwork in solving problems
Government, the Department of Defense or Some things never change. A maxim will overcome the challenges of safety,
the U.S. Navy. The editor reserves the right
is a rule of conduct that we should all be quality, schedule, and cost. This training
to edit submissions to conform to editorial
policy and Associated Press style guide. striving to achieve. I truly believe that the will continue as we strive to permeate the
The editorial office is located in building challenges we face in turning this organiza- culture of teamwork and problem solving
159. For more information, call 464-7028. tion around lie in winning your hearts and throughout our organization.
Submissions are due the 10th of each month minds. Every change we have exercised is Lastly, this year, we stand at the cross-
prior to publication. aimed at making the business better for our roads in the life of this facility. Each and
customer the warfighter and the longevity every one of you must decide that the sta-
FRONT COVER: Two boys get a close
of the organization. Readiness at all cost is tus quo and mediocre performance of the
look at a UH-1N Huey during Teammate
Appreciation Month Family Day, Aug. not the way forward in supporting the warf- past is unacceptable. Only then will we all
19. (Photo by Dave Marriott) ighter. Over the past five years the Navy/ move forward together to chase excellence
Marine Corps aviation leadership has been and we will become a winner. The old tim-
on the mission to break this thought pattern ers knew this. They believed in their max-
throughout our enterprise. The other day, I ims and lived by them.
heard leaders in the FRC East talking about
Readiness Reader is printed on recycled paper.
“King TAT (turnaround time)” being the Semper Fi
metric of the past that drove lines to perform CO
Depot hosts individuals with disabilities
leet Readiness Center East hosted candidates,” Bennett said. “This event was their disabilities,” Bennett said.
its annual Individuals With Dis- an effort to ensure we extend equal oppor- The command began soliciting appli-
abilities Meet and Greet event tunity for employment consideration to in- cations June 1, through such venues as
at the Havelock Tourist Center, Aug. 24. dividuals with disabilities.” the Wounded Warrior Battalion at Camp
This year's event drew 19 candidates. The Meet and Greet was a “by invitation Lejeune, Americans with Disability Act
According to Reasonable Accommoda- only” event. After a preliminary review coordinators at colleges and universities,
of qualifications by the various disability advocacy groups, re-
command’s Staffing gional vocational rehabilitation organiza-
Office, applicant re- tions, the local media and the NAVAIR
sumes were referred to Careers Web site. Although the majority
hiring managers, who of resumes received were from North Caro-
matched current and lina, people from South Carolina, Georgia,
anticipated vacancies Virginia, and Maryland also applied.
to abilities and qualifi- Applicants with disabilities must pro-
cations. Competencies vide proof of disability that meets Sched-
were looking for appli- ule A hiring authority requirements and
cants with administra- job readiness certification from a licensed
tive, information tech- medical professional, a licensed vocation-
nology, engineering, al rehabilitation specialist, or a federal or
trades, production sup- state agency that issues or provides disabil-
port, and other skills. ity benefits per Schedule A hiring authority
Invitations and pre- guidelines. Disabled veterans must provide
scheduled interviews a DD214 and Veterans Administration let-
Machinist Supervisor Mark Gillikin talks with applicant Jerry Kelly were issued based on ter documenting their disability.
during the IWD Meet and Greet, Aug. 24. (Photo by Dave Marriott) the hiring manager For more information on FRC East’s
recommendations. IWD Recruitment Program, call Bennett at
tion and Diversity Specialist Anthony B. "The focus of events like the Meet and (252) 464-8213.
Bennett, results of the event are still un- Greet is on the candidates’ abilities, not
folding, but based on hiring manager feed-
back, there is strong interest in eight of the
candidates for potential hires.
"One offer has already been made and
accepted and we are working closely with
hiring managers to progress on the others,"
Bennett said. "All candidate resumes will
be retained on file in a database for con-
sideration for future vacancies and needs.
Some candidates may also be referred
to other competency hiring managers or
The yearly event is part of FRC East’s
continuing effort to enhance recruitment of
qualified, job-ready, individuals with dis-
abilities, while simultaneously supporting
its focus on becoming a “preferred employ-
er.” It was also in line with the executive
order mandating the federal government
become a model for the employment of in-
dividuals with disabilities.
“FRC East strives to maintain a diverse Machinist Ben Johnson hosts two hearing impaired participants during the IWD Meet and
and inclusive civilian workforce that re- Greet in the Havelock Tourist Center. (Photo by Dave Marriott)
flects the nation’s available talent pool,
while ensuring we hire the best qualified
Application Area BRAVO bronzed
pplication Area BRAVO East safety journey, particularly within gar, numerous production support and back
achieved Voluntary Protection several critical production shops that pro- shops, plus the office areas supporting the
Program bronze status, Aug. vide daily support to the warfighter. commanding officer, the Business Office,
5. The achievement marked a significant BRAVO is one of FRC East's eight appli- and the Safety Office. BRAVO leadership
milestone in the Fleet Readiness Center cation areas, and consists of the H-46 han- changed during May, and the emphasis on
‘taking care of our people’ shifted into high
gear. BRAVO’s 11 safe site leads began
meeting regularly to discuss safety issues
T he 2011 Combined Federal Campaign kicks off Sept. 16 and runs through
This annual drive affords every FRC East civil-
and improvements. From the beginning,
these meetings focused on requirements
ian employee and military member the opportunity to sustain any safety improvements within
to voluntarily contribute to the health, service, and BRAVO.
welfare charity organizations of their choice. BRAVO's safe site leads all agreed the
The command’s goal is 100 percent contact, so ev- key components of sustainment include: a
ery employee and Marine has the chance to donate. clear understanding of our local Voluntary
As in the past, contributions may be cash, check, Protection Program handbook; sharing of
or payroll deduction. Employees decide the amount information and best practices across safe
and the recipient. Donations made by military allotment or payroll deduction will sites; and constant communication – up
begin in January. and down – between BRAVO leadership
CFC is the only fund-raiser allowed in federal workspaces, and continues to be and BRAVO employees. Follow-on ac-
one of the world’s most successful workplace fund-raising models. tions have involved asking union leaders to
In 2010, federal military and civilian employees raised millions of dollars for become an integral part of the safety focus,
charity. FRC East itself raised more than $90,000. including participation in the 11 safe site
CFC has no quotas or assessments and contributing is a personal decision. bronze assessments. BRAVO employees
Point of contact is Yolanda Moore, CFC coordinator, at 464-7029. received personal visits from the BRAVO
leadership team, who encouraged them to
report safety concerns on white boards and
empowered them to tell coworkers – in a
professional manner –when they were op-
Application Area Charlie certified Bronze erating in an unsafe manner.
After three months of reenergized em-
phasis, BRAVO experienced a 33-day pe-
riod without injuries – an achievement the
BRAVO area hadn't witnessed in a long
time. Simultaneously, 72 percent of safety
concerns were addressed and long-stand-
ing facility issues began to show progress.
BRAVO employees were provided the
first quarterly BRAVO newsletter, which
highlighted the four major components of
a robust VPP program (hazard prevention/
control, work site analysis, training, and
management commitment/worker involve-
ment), and more importantly, encouraged
to continue their vigilance against rush-
ing and complacency, and to constantly
Application Area Champion Robynn Hebert approved bronze certification for the 12 Charlie demonstrate they care about their BRAVO
safe sites, June 28. Hard work and dedication on the part of safe site members and leads
enabled Charlie to reach the certification. The Plating Shop (Building 4035), Safe Site C-4, is teammates.
pictured after their bronze coin presentation. (Left to right) Front row: Larry Sherrer, Chris It is the firm belief of BRAVO Applica-
Kraszeski, Tim Phillips, Jesse Garman, Lindsey Sugg, Gary Liverman; second row: Erica Pam- tion Area Champion Melissa Drummond,
Reed, James Moore, Lonnie Tyndall, George Jones, Kevin Ahern, Robynn Hebert; third row:
Willie Smallwood, Albert George, Horace Patillo, Mike Carter, Harvey Pegram, Wendy Ellis; that this ‘caring attitude’ will help sustain
back row: Robert Collina, Mike Nuckols, Steven Blount. (Photo by David Hooks)
See BRAVO page 9
Fleet Readiness Center East Commanding Officer Col. Mitchell A. Bauman signs an updated Labor-Management Forum Agreement between
the management and unions at FRC East. Also party to the agreement are (left to right) International Association of Machinist and Aerospace
Workers Local 2297 President Theodore McNeal, Executive Officer Col. Blayne Spratlin, Industrial Execution Department Head Mark Bastyr,
Quality and Compliance Management Director Leanna Radford, and President, American Federation of Government Employees Local 451 Car-
los Kowalczewski. (Photo by David Hooks)
Labor-management partnership charter renewed
leet Readiness Center East and Pierce, and National Association of Aero- as such,” she added.
local union leadership joined nautical Examiners Local 2 President John Corporate Operations Group Head Me-
forces to revise and re-sign a "Mac" Steen are the voting members of the lissa Drummond cited an addition to this
labor-management partnership agreement, Labor-Management Partnership Council revised charter pertaining to the definition
Aug. 1. and party to the agreement. of pre-decisional information. “The oppor-
Command Officer Col. Mitchell A. “This agreement gives everyone owner- tunity for management and labor to share
Bauman, Executive Officer Col. Blayne ship – it gives the unions an opportunity to pre-decisional information is essential to
Spratlin, Industrial Execution Department work with management on issues or con- the command’s implementation of Presi-
Head Mark Bastyr, Quality Department cerns that are germane to the command,” dent Obama’s Executive Order on labor-
Head Debra Bautista, Corporate Opera- said Kim George, supervisor, Labor and management forums."
tions Group Head Melissa Drummond, Fu- Employee Relations Department. “The George said the agreement is a docu-
ture Business Operations Department Head council is a way for the parties to identify ment that has been updated in accordance
Mary Beth Fennell, Quality and Compli- problems or concerns and find solutions for with Executive Order 13522 and includes
ance Management Director Leanna Rad- those problems. The council meets every the parties' agreement on pre-decisional in-
ford, American Federation of Government other month, and agenda items are solicited volvement. It is not a document that was
Employees Local 2065 President Sylvia before each meeting to allow any of the started from scratch; the document and the
Burris, AFGE Local 451 President Car- parties to identify concerns or issues that partnership has been around for years and
los Kowalczewski, International Associa- are in the forefront and need to be brought has been extremely successful.
tion of Machinist and Aerospace Workers to the table, discussed, and resolved. “Ultimately, action items that have been
Local 2297 President Theodore McNeal, “This is not a forum where grievances identified and presented to the partnership
IAM&AW Local 1859 President John are discussed, and should not be construed have been resolved,” she said.
CODE H -46/T-58 Business
ing programs and customers receive world-
class financial management services.
the AIR-6.8 offsite at Cherry Point. The
LOA was in recognition of the noteworthy
Kris Laspada has been se- performance Barrow gave in briefing the
lected as the first recipi- Chief of Naval Operations Agile Informa-
ent of the AIR-7.8 Award
S tephen Barrow was
AIR tion Technology Sub Committee.
for Excellence in Financial presented a framed Also, Joel Keefer has been selected to
Management Service (Non- Letter of Appreciation and fill the Fleet Readiness Center East In-
Supervisory). The award is a NAVAIR coin from Vice dustrial Logistics Lead position, effective
representative of the dedica- Adm. Dave Architzel by Aug. 15, and Wounded Warrior Cpl. Jason
tion and commitment that NAVAIR Aviation Readi- (Jay) Leaman came on board with the 6.8.4
the 7.8 organization brings to the work ness and Resource Analysis Division this month for temporary duty
place each and every day, tirelessly ensur- Director Dan Nega during working with the Workload Management
Effective Sept. 30, the option to have
your Leave and Earning Statement mailed
to your home will no longer be available.
Due to DoD budget cutting efforts, DFAS
has been directed to stop mailing the LES
to employees. Employees
CODE will now be required to ac-
cess the DoD MyPay web-
site to access their state-
ments. Any employee who
currently does not have ac-
cess to MyPay will need to
get access prior to this date.
There will be no other op-
tions available after Sept. 30. Code 7.3 has
provided several sessions to assist employ-
AIR-4.3 Engineering Summer STEP student Holly Tucker (standing), briefs (left to right)
ees in requesting a password for MyPay.
AIR-126.96.36.199 Support Equipment Technical Team Supervisor Elton Fairless, AIR-4.4 De-
partment Head Lance Tucker, AIR-4.3/4.4 Engineering Summer STEP student Dakota Employees still requiring assistance may
Daniels, and AIR-4.4 Engineering Summer STEP student Lucas Dunbar, July 28. (Photo contact Cheri Anthony at 464-7226. Initial
by Dave Marriott) instructions for employees:
● Establish a personal email account.
A IR-4.0 hosted 14 Student Tem- Student Temporary Em- AIR ● Complete the employee information
porary Employment Program ployment Program. portion of the “Request a MyPay Password”
and three Science, Mathematics and
Research for Transformation summer Interns may reapply See 7.3 next page
interns this year. each year and be re-hired
based on workload, prior
The students came from colleges and performance, and current
universities such as Georgia Tech, Vil- grade point average. Not Wanted:
lanova, the Colorado School of Mines, all previous hires are se- Employee submitted topics for
Duke, North Carolina State University, lected to return. future Brown Bag Luncheons.
and the University of North Carolina Submit ideas to Renee Mor-
Charlotte, and were hired as engineer- AIR-4.0 has hosted about 300 engi-
ing interns for up to 120 days under the
ton at firstname.lastname@example.org or
neering interns over the past 10 years.
Naval Air Systems Command’s 2011 464-5404.
7.3 from previous page sation Program Administrator, June 20.
The ICPA certification was developed
Beating the Dirty Dozen
by the Civilian Personnel Management by Edward Childs
(Employee Information Final 080911 (2). Service to measure and test the skills need-
doc) document. ed to perform tasks associated with admin-
● Copy Government ID Card on to the
“Request a MyPay Password” document.
istering a Federal Employees Compensa-
tion Act program. The ICPA certifications
A t the dawn of aviation (1903, only
80 miles northeast of here), ma-
chinery problems were by far the most
● Fax the “Request a MyPay Password” are open to all DoD personnel assigned to common root cause of aviation problems.
sheet to 216-367-3549. FECA duties. In our time, human causes have replaced
● Wait 2-3 days then follow the instructions Archer said the tests were challenging machinery as the largest contributor. As
on the bottom of the “Request a MyPay but provided valuable information that an aviation enterprise, all depot employees
Password” form. she’ll be able to use while working within must be constantly vigilant against factors
“Request a MyPay Password” forms are the FRC East Workers’ Compensation Pro- that can degrade our work product. If we
available from your supervisor. gram. She looks forward to achieving a look into the root causes of quality prob-
Jennifer Archer (Code 7.3.1) became the Level III certification once it becomes lems at the depot, we can identify 12 root
first DoD certified Level II Injury Compen- available. causes for the majority of problems: The
Dirty Dozen are:
- Lack of communication
- Lack of resources
- Lack of awareness
- Lack of knowledge
- Lack of teamwork
- Lack of assertiveness
But take heart, there are ways to conquer
the Dirty Dozen. The following 12 solu-
tions may help you:
- Measure before you start.
- Measure twice, cut once.
- Check the calibration of your tools.
Wayne (back row, baseball hat) and Leanne Booth (front row holding son Brandon) with
donated sign and volunteers at Craven-Cherry Point Child Development Center. - Focus on the job.
- Take your job seriously.
FRC East employees buy sign - Don’t rush, take your time.
- Don’t think you know, know for sure.
- Pay attention to detail!
T wo FRC East employees re-
placed the sign at a Havelock
day care center, recently.
afford to hire maintenance and lawn
care providers, so they rely on the time
and energy of local volunteers,” Leanne
- Swallow your pride and ask questions!
- Use technical directives, not your
Wayne (Code 7.3) and Leanne (AIR- said. “Approximately once a quarter, - If you don’t know or aren’t sure, ask
4.8) Booth had a sign made for the Cra- we hold a work day for general clean-up questions.
ven-Cherry Point Child Development and maintenance, like fixing leaky fau- - Read the manual, don’t just look at the
Center. cets, repairing fences, raking pine straw pictures.
“The previous sign was hand-painted and removing yard debris.” It seems pretty easy, but it’s not; it takes
on a sheet of plywood by center employ- Wayne said volunteer turnout is constant vigilance and practice. But there
ees several years ago and really needed usually pretty good and added the last is always help; seek it. Ask questions be-
replacement,” Leanne said. work day included Marine, Knights of fore it’s too late. It’s not your fault until
The Booths also volunteer their time Columbus, Rotary Club, and Liberty you make the first wrong cut or change.
to serve on the center’s board of direc- Church volunteers. Remember “Nobody is smarter than all of
tors, and to participate in periodic work The non-profit day care center serves us!”
days. 20 normally developing and special
“As a non-profit center, the staff can’t needs children. Childs is a quality engineer in the In-
dustrial Quality Department.
FRC EAST HOTLINE Federal judge upholds
To report allegations of
fraud, waste, abuse, misman- employee’s removal
agement, or ethical violations
U.S. Merit Systems Protection ed from tools left in aircraft during mainte-
within Fleet Readi- Board administrative judge in nance … Any artisan who cannot maintain
ness Center East, Washington, D.C., in a March strict control over their tools represents a
use your chain of 2011 decision in the case of James L. Re- high risk to the safety Naval Aviation,”
vette, Jr. versus Department of the Navy, Revette, in the action that led to his
command first. If
recently upheld the Fleet Readiness Center removal, had failed to return a 90 degree
not satisfied call East’s decision to remove Revette, even buckeye drill that he was temporarily is-
the FRC East Ho- after his more than 19 years of federal ser- sued from the tool room. Also, Revette
tline at 464-7208. vice, for tool control violations. failed to properly inventory his tool box
If still not satisfied, Revette, who was an aircraft sheet metal at the end of his shift, failed to ensure that
mechanic, had been previously warned and the 90 degree buckeye drill was properly
you can call the NAVAIR Ho-
disciplined for other tool control violations. secured at the end of his shift, and failed to
tline at DSN 757-1168 COMM In appealing his removal, Revette insisted sign his Daily Tool Inventory Logsheet at
(301) 757-1168, the Depart- that a less severe penalty would have been the end of his shift.
ment of Navy Hotline at (800) more appropriate under the circumstances. During the current fiscal year 2011, nine
522-3451, or the Department The administrative judge disagreed, cit- other artisans have been disciplined for tool
ing to and agreeing with Deciding Official control violations – five have been suspend-
of Defense Hotline at (800)
Dennis West’s explanation that “tool con- ed, two have received letters of reprimand,
424-9098. trol is the cornerstone of aviation safety; and two have received letters of caution.
many Naval Aviation mishaps have result-
For Your Information ...
The following actions were effected/issued from June 1 to June (Code 6.2.1)
30, 2011. ▪ Reprimand: Conduct Unbecoming a Federal Employee
▪ Reprimand: Inappropriate Conduct (Code 188.8.131.52)
▪ 14-Day Suspension: Failure to Comply with Letter of Re-
quirement (Code 6.4)
▪ Nine- Day Suspension: Failure to Follow Proper Procedures
(Code 6.2.1) ▪ Removal: Negligent Performance of a Duty/Conduct
▪ Nine-Day Suspension: Careless Workmanship/Lack of Unbecoming a Federal Employee (Code 6.2.1)
Candor (Code 6.2.2) ▪ Removal: Negligent Performance of a Duty/Conduct
▪ Seven-Day Suspension: Careless Workmanship (Code 6.2.2) Unbecoming a Federal Employee (Code 6.2.5)
▪ Seven-Day Suspension: Disrespectful Conduct/Failure to ▪ Removal: Conduct Unbecoming a Federal Employee/
Follow Instructions/Wasting Time (AIR-4.3.5) Misuse of Government Property (Code 6.2.5)
▪ Reprimand: Failure to Carry Out a Work Assignment (Code ▪ Removal: Negligent Performance of a Duty/Conduct
7.2.6) Unbecoming a Federal Employee (Code 6.3.2)
▪ Reprimand: Misuse of Government Travel Card (Code ▪ Removal Held In Abeyance: Last Chance Agreement:
6.5.1) Unlawful Use of Drugs On or Off Duty (Code 6.2.3)
▪ Reprimand: Violation of Safety Regulations Causing Injury ▪ Removal Held In Abeyance: Last Chance Agreement:
to Self (Code 6.3.3) Unlawful Use of Drugs On or Off Duty (Code 184.108.40.206)
▪ Reprimand: Disregard for Authority (AIR-220.127.116.11)
▪ Reprimand: Inattention to Detail (Code 18.104.22.168) Submitted by Officer, Labor and
▪ Reprimand: Failure to Follow Tool Control Policy Employee Relations Division
FRC East offers first Journey
Leadership Development Program
leet Readiness Center East hosted its first Journey Lead- We Salute
ership Development Program orientation, June 20.
According to Dwayne Oglesby, JLDP site coordina- Ken Davis, Glenn Coleman, David Knapp, Denver Lamb,
tor, the program proved immediately popular, with more than 120 Sheila Parish, Sonny Rose, Ruby Rozenblad, Horace
depot employees signing on to attend. Sessoms, Randy Turner, and Tonya Willis who all were
"The JLDP recognizes the value and potential of our employ- members of the AIR-7.4 team which was selected as this
ees and offers an opportunity for them to develop skills that will year’s recipient of the 2011 Commander’s Award for
better equip them to communicate and lead effectively," Oglesby Business Operations.
said. "Classes have already begun, and the feedback has been very
positive." Bill Althizer, Tim Reaves, and Mark Sapp on their selection
The NAVAIR-funded program is open to GS-09 through GS- to the NAVAIR Fellows Program. Selection is reserved to
13 and their wage grade equivalents. It offers selected government less than three percent of the engineering and scientific staff
employees a curriculum that includes classroom training at Craven in NAVAIR and is in recognition for their technical expertise
Community College, computer-based courses, job shadowing and and support to the Warfighter. This is no easy achievement
interviews assignments with senior leaders. Participants are re- for anyone, but especially rare for ISSC employees.
quired to have a mentor, and most of the training is accomplished
during off-duty hours. Length of Service
Oglesby said the Executive Leadership Committee will evalu- 45
ate the success of the program and determine if it will be offered David A. Jones.
in the future.
For more information, view the JLDP Fact Sheet on CPWEB, 40
or contact Oglesby at 464-9282. Matthew L. Jones, Thomas Lawrence, David C. Lazo,
BRAVO from page 4 Kenneth Matthews, Needham R. Parks, and Jatuporn
these safety improvements beyond BRAVO’s next milestones of
silver and gold status. 35
“I am proud of the BRAVO team for achievement of bronze,” George Q. Acfalle, James E. Brown, Dean A. Crabtree,
Drummond said, “and am encouraged by the level of effort that Reginald D. Fisher, Paul C. Hamlin, James M. Keller,
has been placed on documenting job hazard analyses, engaging Caroline B. Mclean, Andrew P. Meza, Andrew L. Moorer,
employees in solving problems, and fully implementing 5S. and Joseph J. Owens.
"I also believe that BRAVO employees know I care about their
safety and that I, in turn, expect them to care about each other,” 30
she added. “If BRAVO co-workers continually operate in a safe Hector F. Aguilar, Alan W. Banton, John M. Bradley,
manner at work and at home, it should ensure a culture change in Aaron M. Bullock, Robert P. Cook, Sandra B. Danak,
BRAVO’s overall safety posture. Steven S. Demers, Marion G. Dixon, Jeff A. Emerick,
"Congratulations to BRAVO for a job well done, and to all the Margaret M. Ferretti, Robert J. Fudala, Tony M. Gatlin,
Application Areas who have met bronze status!" James Gethers, Cecil G. Gillikin, Robbie J. Girard, Michael
C. Grudowsk, Judy A. Harris, Ricky L. Holm, Eric L.
Jackson, Robert D. Jones, John M. Karam, David R. Lee,
Mark E. Lewis, Bruce W. Metts, Thomas A. Mills, Timothy
National E. Murray, Robert L. Parham, Glenn T. Pope, Jeffrey C.
Salter, Anna R. Sanders, Richard S. Simpson, Mark S.
POW/MIA Stoll, Robert C. Talob, Ray K. Toler, John L. Trudo, Jerry
Recognition F. Truelove, Mark H. Tuten, Tyrone Walker, Bridget D.
Day Wilkins, Barbara J. Williams, and Roland A. Willis.
Sept. 16 Henry L. Beakes, Michael L. Dahl, Lori K. Glass, John S.
Hamilton, Clarence D. Hargett, Steven S. McCurdy, Mary
J. Norman, John A. Potter, James W. Sanders, and Jannis
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