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Hopper earns December Diamond Sharp Award

Base first sergeants gathered to recognize the most recent Diamond Sharp Award at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2016. Master Sgt. Zachary Parish, 50th Security Forces Squadron first sergeant, presents fellow squadron member Airman 1st Class Austin Hopper, 50th Security Forces Squadron, with December’s honor. Also pictured are from left: Master Sgt. Phillip Miller, 50th Mission Support Group first sergeant, Master Sgt. Joseph Hardy, 50th Network Operations Group first sergeant, Master Sgt. Chad Peterson, 4th Space Operations Squadron first sergeant, and Senior Master Sgt. Allen Levie, 50th Operations Group first sergeant.

The intent of the Diamond Sharp Award is to recognize individuals who demonstrate outstanding performance and professionalism on a daily basis. Hopper was recognized for his selection and completion of the Advanced Designated Marksman Course.  This challenging course is typically intended for Airmen more senior in grade and experience. Hopper's successful completion adds to his personal qualifications as a defender and improves 50 SFS capabilities. (Courtesy photo)

Base first sergeants gathered to recognize the most recent Diamond Sharp Award at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2016. Master Sgt. Zachary Parish, 50th Security Forces Squadron first sergeant, presents fellow squadron member Airman 1st Class Austin Hopper, 50th Security Forces Squadron, with December’s honor. Also pictured are from left: Master Sgt. Phillip Miller, 50th Mission Support Group first sergeant, Master Sgt. Joseph Hardy, 50th Network Operations Group first sergeant, Master Sgt. Chad Peterson, 4th Space Operations Squadron first sergeant, and Senior Master Sgt. Allen Levie, 50th Operations Group first sergeant. The intent of the Diamond Sharp Award is to recognize individuals who demonstrate outstanding performance and professionalism on a daily basis. Hopper was recognized for his selection and completion of the Advanced Designated Marksman Course. This challenging course is typically intended for Airmen more senior in grade and experience. Hopper's successful completion adds to his personal qualifications as a defender and improves 50 SFS capabilities. (Courtesy photo)

SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Base first sergeants gathered to recognize the most recent Diamond Sharp Award at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2016. Master Sgt. Zachary Parish, 50th Security Forces Squadron first sergeant, presents fellow squadron member Airman 1st Class Austin Hopper, 50th Security Forces Squadron, with December’s honor. Also pictured are from left: Master Sgt. Phillip Miller, 50th Mission Support Group first sergeant, Master Sgt. Joseph Hardy, 50th Network Operations Group first sergeant, Master Sgt. Chad Peterson, 4th Space Operations Squadron first sergeant, and Senior Master Sgt. Allen Levie, 50th Operations Group first sergeant. The intent of the Diamond Sharp Award is to recognize individuals who demonstrate outstanding performance and professionalism on a daily basis. Hopper was recognized for his selection and completion of the Advanced Designated Marksman Course. This challenging course is typically intended for Airmen more senior in grade and experience. Hopper's successful completion adds to his personal qualifications as a defender and improves 50 SFS capabilities. (Courtesy photo)
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