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821st CE flight clinches Gold Knight award

THULE AIR BASE, Greenland – Col. Chris Crawford (left), 21st Space Wing commander; and Chief Master Sgt. Richard Redman (right), 21st SW command chief; present the Gold Knight award to the 821st Support Squadron Civil Engineering Flight for its work in maintaining, improving and supporting Thule Air Base. Accepting the award are (from left to right)Tech. Sgt. Rhonda Howansky, 1st Lt. Michael Hanagan and Maj. Kevin Golart, the 821st Support Squadron commander. Team members not pictured are Capt. Robert Marcucci, Master Sgts. Peter Brestak, Jason Wallace and Tech. Sgt. Adam Giessman.

THULE AIR BASE, Greenland – Col. Chris Crawford (left), 21st Space Wing commander; and Chief Master Sgt. Richard Redman (right), 21st SW command chief; present the Gold Knight award to the 821st Support Squadron Civil Engineering Flight for its work in maintaining, improving and supporting Thule Air Base. Accepting the award are (from left to right)Tech. Sgt. Rhonda Howansky, 1st Lt. Michael Hanagan and Maj. Kevin Golart, the 821st Support Squadron commander. Team members not pictured are Capt. Robert Marcucci, Master Sgts. Peter Brestak, Jason Wallace and Tech. Sgt. Adam Giessman.

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- The 821st Support Squadron Civil Engineering Flight was named the June Gold Knight recipient for their superior performance. The team identified fire safety deficiencies; environmental, safety and occupational health compliance assessment and management program limiting factors; and completed corrective action plans.

They were first on scene to respond to a vehicle accident. The 821st SPTS CE flight oversaw recovery and patient transport in less than 30 minutes. They managed a $28 million dorm project, ensuring improved quality of life amenities for more than 50 Airmen.

The team members include Capt. Robert Marcucci, 1st Lt. Michael Hanagan, Master Sgts. Peter Brestak, Jason Wallace, and Tech. Sgts. Adam Giessman and Rhonda Howansky.

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