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Wing selects outstanding airmen of the year

ST. PAUL, Minn. -- The 133rd Airlift Wing recently selected its Outstanding Airmen of the Year for 2012. The Airmen were nominated by their superiors and selected after leadership reviewed their accomplishments.

Chief Master Sgt. Paul Kessler, the command chief of the 133AW, said that this year's class all shared some common attributes. They are engaged, educated, hardworking, and most of all have great customer service skills, he added.
The 133rd Airlift Wing Airmen of the Year are:

Airman:
Senior Airman Lindsey Longtine
133rd Medical Group

NCO:
Tech. Sgt. Ashley Ingvalson
133rd Mission Support Group

Senior NCO:
Master Sgt. Jessica Todd
133rd Mission Support Group

1st Sgt:
Master Sgt. Ryan Fenton
133rd Mission Support Group

Chief Kessler hopes by recognizing the Airmen that it will motivate everyone in the wing to always do their best and continue to make the 133AW one of the best in the country.

"It is clearly important that we recognize our outstanding Airmen, as they are a representation of our best and brightest," Kessler said.

The Airmen will go on to represent the 133AW in a state level competition.