Photo By Capt. Tony Vincelli | Col. Brad Richy, former commander of the 124th Fighter Wing, Idaho Air National Guard and new director of the Idaho Bureau of Homeland Security, makes closing remarks after three Airmen from the 124th Security Forces Squadron were selected as Outstanding Airmen of the Quarter for their respective category, Aug. 5 at Gowen Field.
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BOISE, Idaho - Members of the Idaho Air National Guard's 124th Security Forces Squadron swept the outstanding Airmen of the quarter awards announced Aug. 5 at Gowen Field in Boise, Idaho.
Three airmen from the same unit were chosen from a group of outstanding nominees as the most recent Outstanding Airmen of the Quarter for third quarter fiscal year 2012.
Results announced during the Idaho Air National Guard’s Outstanding Airmen of the Quarter ceremony, held Aug. 5 at the Gowen Field base theater, revealed that Master Sgt. Craig Rice, Tech. Sgt. Eric Danielson and Airman 1st Class Cassidy Morlock from the 124th Security Force Squadron were selected for the quarterly award.
Rice joined the Idaho Air National Guard in 2001. Both he and Danielson, who served in active duty prior to joining the 124th in 2006, are full-time members of the squadron. Morlock is a traditional security policemen.
All three airmen will represent the SFS in the annual Idaho Air National Guard Outstanding Airmen of the Year competition held later this year.
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