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21st LRS Airman receives Diamond Sharp Award

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. – Staff Sgt. Krisinda McCoy, 21st Logistics Readiness Squadron NCOIC of Passenger Travel, received the Diamond Sharp Award from the Team Peterson First Sergeant Council Dec. 3. McCoy provided passenger movement support for various agencies including the 21st and 50th Space Wings, Headquarters Air Force Space Command, and NORAD/NORTHCOM, for 475 deployers as well as 220 personnel PCSing from the Peterson complex last quarter. McCoy briefs passengers on travel entitlements, flight itineraries, pet shipments, baggage allowances and monitors airline ticket reservations created by the Commercial Travel Office. Additionally, McCoy was an honor guard team leader and trainer, training 45 personnel over a four month span, and leading 29 color guard details, 12 flag folding ceremonies, and 10 military and veteran funerals. (U.S. Air Force photo)

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. – Staff Sgt. Krisinda McCoy, 21st Logistics Readiness Squadron NCOIC of Passenger Travel, received the Diamond Sharp Award from the Team Peterson First Sergeant Council Dec. 3. McCoy provided passenger movement support for various agencies including the 21st and 50th Space Wings, Headquarters Air Force Space Command, and NORAD/NORTHCOM, for 475 deployers as well as 220 personnel PCSing from the Peterson complex last quarter. McCoy briefs passengers on travel entitlements, flight itineraries, pet shipments, baggage allowances and monitors airline ticket reservations created by the Commercial Travel Office. Additionally, McCoy was an honor guard team leader and trainer, training 45 personnel over a four month span, and leading 29 color guard details, 12 flag folding ceremonies, and 10 military and veteran funerals. (U.S. Air Force photo)

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