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22nd Air Force Commander recognizes 913th Airlift Group star performers

Healy spoke to several groups of Airmen throughout the visit, gaining insight into how the unit provides combat-ready Airmen, tactical airlift and agile combat support. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by Senior Airman Nathan Byrnes)

Maj. Gen. John Healy, 22nd Air Force commander presents a commander's coin to Tech. Sgt. Lacey Gustines, 96th Aerial Port Squadron, on the flight line next to a C-130J Hercules on Jan. 12. 2020, at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. During her deployment, Gustines performed at a Senior Noncommissioned Officer level in the busiest aerial port, ensuring the success of 3,200 missions. Healy spoke to several groups of Airmen throughout the visit, gaining insight into how the unit provides combat-ready Airmen, tactical airlift and agile combat support. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by Senior Airman Nathan Byrnes)

Healy spoke to several groups of Airmen throughout the visit, gaining insight into how the unit provides combat-ready Airmen, tactical airlift and agile combat support. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by Senior Airman Nathan Byrnes)

Maj. Gen. John Healy, 22nd Air Force commander, recognizes Tech. Sgt. Nyssa Curtis, 913th Airlift Group, with a coin on Jan. 12. 2020, at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. Curtis took on extra responsibilities and organized development courses during the group chaplain’s deployment. She also developed an Airmen Ministry Plan and organized the first in-house resiliency course. Healy spoke to several groups of Airmen throughout the visit, gaining insight into how the unit provides combat-ready Airmen, tactical airlift and agile combat support. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by Senior Airman Nathan Byrnes)

Healy spoke to several groups of Airmen throughout the visit, gaining insight into how the unit provides combat-ready Airmen, tactical airlift and agile combat support. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by Senior Airman Nathan Byrnes)

Maj. Gen. John Healy, 22nd Air Force commander, recognizes Senior Master Sgt. Elizabeth Masse, 327th Airlift Squadron, with a coin on Jan. 12. 2020, at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. While deployed, Masse single-handedly ran the deployed squadron’s loadmaster duty section when the shop unexpectedly went from three personnel down to one. No sorties were lost and the mission effectiveness rate was not affected by the personnel shortfall. Healy spoke to several groups of Airmen throughout the visit, gaining insight into how the unit provides combat-ready Airmen, tactical airlift and agile combat support. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by Senior Airman Nathan Byrnes)

Healy spoke to several groups of Airmen throughout the visit, gaining insight into how the unit provides combat-ready Airmen, tactical airlift and agile combat support. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by Senior Airman Nathan Byrnes)

Maj. Gen. John Healy, 22nd Air Force commander, presents a commander's coin to Tech. Sgt. Johnathon Knapp, 913th Maintenance Squadron, on the flight line next to a C-130J Hercules on Jan. 12. 2020, at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. Knapp was recognized for his efforts as a section lead within the reserve and active duty maintenance squadrons. Healy spoke to several groups of Airmen throughout the visit, gaining insight into how the unit provides combat-ready Airmen, tactical airlift and agile combat support. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by Senior Airman Nathan Byrnes)

Healy spoke to several groups of Airmen throughout the visit, gaining insight into how the unit provides combat-ready Airmen, tactical airlift and agile combat support. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by Senior Airman Nathan Byrnes)

Maj. Gen. John Healy, 22nd Air Force commander, coins Staff Sgt. Justin Craig, 913th Maintenance Squadron, on the flight line next to a C-130J Hercules on Jan. 12. 2020, at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. Craig is hydraulic systems technician for the 913th Maintenance Squadron. While the base participated in a large deployment exercise, Craig ensured the mission continued for the active duty wing and continues to integrate efforts with the host wing. Healy spoke to several groups of Airmen throughout the visit, gaining insight into how the unit provides combat-ready Airmen, tactical airlift and agile combat support. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by Senior Airman Nathan Byrnes)

Healy spoke to several groups of Airmen throughout the visit, gaining insight into how the unit provides combat-ready Airmen, tactical airlift and agile combat support. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by Senior Airman Nathan Byrnes)

Maj. Gen. John Healy, 22nd Air Force commander, recognizes Senior Airman Chloe Lawrence, 96th Aerial Port Squadron, with a coin on the flight line next to a C-130J Hercules on Jan. 12. 2020, at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. While deployed, Lawrence expertly performed ramp duties and while at home station, conducted dirt landing cargo operations. Healy spoke to several groups of Airmen throughout the visit, gaining insight into how the unit provides combat-ready Airmen, tactical airlift and agile combat support. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by Senior Airman Nathan Byrnes)

Healy spoke to several groups of Airmen throughout the visit, gaining insight into how the unit provides combat-ready Airmen, tactical airlift and agile combat support. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by Senior Airman Nathan Byrnes)

Maj. Gen. John Healy, 22nd Air Force commander, recognizes Staff Sgt. Laquilla Jones, 327th Airlift Squadron, with a coin on Jan. 12. 2020, at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. Jones processed and ensured the quality of 65 flight authorizations, 500 mission accomplishment reports, and 2000 training events, directly contributing to a 100 percent mission ready rate. Healy spoke to several groups of Airmen throughout the visit, gaining insight into how the unit provides combat-ready Airmen, tactical airlift and agile combat support. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by Senior Airman Nathan Byrnes)

LITTLE ROCK AIR FORCE BASE, Ark. -- Maj. Gen. John Healy, 22nd Air Force commander presents a commander's coin to Tech. Sgt. Lacey Gustines, 96th Aerial Port Squadron, on the flight line next to a C-130J Hercules on Jan. 12. 2020, at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. During her deployment, Gustines performed at a Senior Noncommissioned Officer level in the busiest aerial port, ensuring the success of 3,200 missions. Healy spoke to several groups of Airmen throughout the visit, gaining insight into how the unit provides combat-ready Airmen, tactical airlift and agile combat support. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by Senior Airman Nathan Byrnes)