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PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. – Master Sgt. Rebecca Alaniz, on behalf of the Pikes Peak Top 3, presents the February 2014 Sharp Warrior Award to Tech. Sgt. Jeremy Grant, U.S. Air Force Academy Band. Grant performed flawlessly as a soloist with the 49-member concert band at Festival of Winds which reached 500 potential USAFA and Air Force recruits. He also led a six-member administration section during an unprecedented personnel turnover. Additionally, Grant aided nine members in reviewing and updating their personnel records for the Enlisted Retention Boards, which resulted in his selection as February’s Sharp Warrior. (U.S. Air Force photo)

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. – Master Sgt. Rebecca Alaniz, on behalf of the Pikes Peak Top 3, presents the February 2014 Sharp Warrior Award to Tech. Sgt. Jeremy Grant, U.S. Air Force Academy Band. Grant performed flawlessly as a soloist with the 49-member concert band at Festival of Winds which reached 500 potential USAFA and Air Force recruits. He also led a six-member administration section during an unprecedented personnel turnover. Additionally, Grant aided nine members in reviewing and updating their personnel records for the Enlisted Retention Boards, which resulted in his selection as February’s Sharp Warrior. (U.S. Air Force photo)

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