Air Force Team of the Year

ARLINGTON, Va. -- Members of the Air Force Association's (AFA) 2010 Team of the Year, and their spouses, were honored by Secretary of the Air Force Michael Donley, Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force James Roy and Mrs. Paula Roy during a reception in Arlington, Va. on April 19, 2010. This year's AFA Team of the Year is composed of five Air Force Remotely Piloted Aircraft Sensor Operators. Each year the sitting Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force, along with major command-level command chief master sergeants, selects a specific career field for recognition as the AFA Team of the Year. Members from that career field are then selected to comprise the team. This year's team is made up of Master Sergeant John L. Allen, Master Sergeant Rich Jones, Technical Sergeant Ryan Keith Carabajal, Senior Airman Abbey L. Korovich and Senior Airman Jon Turney. Pictured above from left to right, Colonel Gregory Christ, 432d Wing and 432d Air Expeditionary Wing Vice Commander, Gary Korovich, and his daughter Senior Airman Abby Korovich, 17th Reconnaissance Squadron Sensor Operator, Master Sergeant Richard Jones, 78th Reconnaissance Squadron Sensor Operator who is integrated into the 17 RS, his wife Jeanne Jones, Major Erin Cluff, 99th Logistics Readiness Squadron operations officer, Lt. Col. James Cluff, 17 RS commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Mike Klintworth, 432 WG and 432 AEW command chief. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jim Varhegyi)

PHOTO BY: Jim Varhegyi
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