Kentucky Air National Guardsmen receive awards during Afghan deployment

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Story by Sgt. 1st Class Pete Mayes, 101st Sustainment Brigade Public Affairs Office

Kentucky Air National Guardsmen of the 455th Civil Engineer Squadron take a group photo with members of the 101st Sustainment Brigade at an award ceremony in Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan. (photo courtest of U.S. Army)

BAGRAM AIR FIELD, Afghanistan, May 25, 2011-The 101st Sustainment Brigade awarded several Airmen and Soldiers for their contributions to the Task Force Lifeliner mission in Afghanistan.

Among those recognized were Airmen of the 455th Civil Engineer Squadron, servicemembers of the Bagram Humanitarian Assistance Yard and Bagram Ammunition Yard, Lifeliners of the Brigade RIC-GEO section and a Soldier of the 919th Inland Cargo Transfer Company.

Those receiving awards include the following:

Kentucky Air Guardsman Airman 1st Class Chad Reed, 455th Civil Engineer Squadron, takes a photo with 101st Sustainment Brigade Commander Col. Michael Peterman at an award ceremony in Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan. (photo courtesy of U.S. Army)

Senior Master Sgt. Martin Fautz

Senior Master Sgt. John Green

Master Sgt.  Joseph Shelton

Master Sgt.  Russell King

Tech. Sgt. Ray Norris

Tech. Sgt.  Chad Russell

Tech. Sgt. Jake Meadows

Airman 1st Class Chad Reed

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