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In 1989, General Wahleithner became the ninth Air Force Reserve recipient of the command's Order of the Sword, the ultimate enlisted person's acknowledgement of a true leader among leaders.
In his duties as the magazine's senior enlisted person, he shared his vast knowledge of the Navy with incoming journalists.
She was the first enlisted person to serve in this capacity.
Cryptologic Technician (Technical) 1st Class (SW) Charles Williams is the Senior Enlisted Person of the Year for U.S.
Challenge and change were the key messages the Air Force's top enlisted person brought to members of Air Force Reserve Command while visiting the headquarters at Robins Air Force Base, Ga., during week-long activities to honor the command's Outstanding Airmen of the Year and First Sergeant of the Year.
"Taking an enlisted person off the ship saves $55,000 annually," Romero added.
Al Eakle was the third enlisted person to join the Reserve after the law changed.
Ahrens likes working with the midshipmen because it gives them a chance to see what an enlisted person does.
But, now as a senior enlisted person she observes how many junior Sailors feel dejected when they're not chosen to fill key positions that will offer them added exposure.
GHARTEY was selected as the 2000 Junior Enlisted Person of the Year for U.S.
There is no provision made for the pay of noncommissioned officers or other enlisted persons. (4)
* We pledge ourselves to support enlisted persons who will pay a high price if they refuse to take part.

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