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Pikes Peak Top-3 names Sharp Warriors

Master Sgt. Daniel Stellabotte (right), 21st Force Support Squadron, presents the Pikes Peak Top-3 Sharp Warrior Award for November to Airman 1st Class Derrek DeHerrera, 21st Communications Squadron client systems technician. DeHerrera recently emceed a promotion ceremony on short notice, flawlessly narrating the event. Additionally, he received the Dorm of the Quarter award from the 21st CS commander. The Pikes Peak Top-3 goal is to promote professionalism and camaraderie throughout the enlisted ranks, and to take care of Airmen. For information about the Pikes Peak Top-3 or its sharp warrior award, call Master Sgt. Charles Apodaca at 556-0059. (U.S. Air Force photo)

Master Sgt. Daniel Stellabotte (right), 21st Force Support Squadron, presents the Pikes Peak Top-3 Sharp Warrior Award for November to Airman 1st Class Derrek DeHerrera, 21st Communications Squadron client systems technician. DeHerrera recently emceed a promotion ceremony on short notice, flawlessly narrating the event. Additionally, he received the Dorm of the Quarter award from the 21st CS commander. The Pikes Peak Top-3 goal is to promote professionalism and camaraderie throughout the enlisted ranks, and to take care of Airmen. For information about the Pikes Peak Top-3 or its sharp warrior award, call Master Sgt. Charles Apodaca at 556-0059. (U.S. Air Force photo)

Master Sgt. Daniel Stellabotte (left), 21st Force Support Squadron, presents the Pikes Peak Top-3 Sharp Warrior Award for December to Tech. Sgt. Lisa Bradley. Bradley, an instructor at the Vosler NCO Academy, spearheaded a human performance program for 126 students and 18 staff, bettering the development of their physical wellness. She sets the example for peers in all aspects of flight instructor duties where she helps others with lesson preparation and planning. Bradley was also named Vosler NCO Academy NCO of the fourth quarter for 2011. The Pikes Peak Top-3 goal is to promote professionalism and camaraderie throughout the enlisted ranks, and to take care of Airmen. For information about the Pikes Peak Top-3 or its sharp warrior award, call Master Sgt. Charles Apodaca at 556-0059. (U.S. Air Force photo)

Master Sgt. Daniel Stellabotte (left), 21st Force Support Squadron, presents the Pikes Peak Top-3 Sharp Warrior Award for December to Tech. Sgt. Lisa Bradley. Bradley, an instructor at the Vosler NCO Academy, spearheaded a human performance program for 126 students and 18 staff, bettering the development of their physical wellness. She sets the example for peers in all aspects of flight instructor duties where she helps others with lesson preparation and planning. Bradley was also named Vosler NCO Academy NCO of the fourth quarter for 2011. The Pikes Peak Top-3 goal is to promote professionalism and camaraderie throughout the enlisted ranks, and to take care of Airmen. For information about the Pikes Peak Top-3 or its sharp warrior award, call Master Sgt. Charles Apodaca at 556-0059. (U.S. Air Force photo)

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