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Employees recognized with Bull Dawg Awards at Robins Air Force Base

Brenda Trend with her Bull Dawg award February 2014Tenaciously executing her critical role in supporting the Foreign Military Sales Logistic Management Review at Robins AFB, Brenda Treend, Administrative Support Specialist, has earned this prestigious honor and was congratulated by General Alatyah and Lt Col Jeff Hamblin, Materiel Leader, F-15 Foreign Military Sales Branch.

Brenda was the first person to win the Bull Dawg Award. Making this award even more special, General Alatyah himself recommended that she get this award because of how impressed he was when she single handedly took control and helped resolve a number of open action items.

General Alatyah and Lt Col Jeff Hamblin, Materiel Leader, F-15 Foreign Military Sales Branch, also congratulated Kent “Honey Badger” Mueller, Acquisition Program Management Analyst, for going above and beyond supporting the Unclassified Repair and Return (URR) program while the Govt. Lead is recovering  from surgery.
Kent was pulled from directly supporting other programs to help the URR team recover a tough program with some major challenges.

Kent Mueller accepting the Bull Dawg award from LtThe Honey Badger and the rest of the URR team have been slugging it out for the past two weeks with the contractor, and came up with a new and revolutionary way to hold them accountable for their contract requirements.  Even with a tragic and sudden loss taking place in his family, Kent has been an inspiration and mentor to everyone involved with this effort.

 

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