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Top III honors top performer

Staff Sgt. Niles Bartram, 50th Security Forces Squadron, received the Top III Top Performer of the month award for January.  As the Pass and ID NCO in charge, Bartram manages a section responsible for accountability of more than 200 restricted area badges daily. (Courtesy photo)

Staff Sgt. Niles Bartram, 50th Security Forces Squadron, received the Top III Top Performer of the month award for January. As the Pass and ID NCO in charge, Bartram manages a section responsible for accountability of more than 200 restricted area badges daily. (Courtesy photo)

SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Each month the Schriever AFB Top III selects a Top Performer from our installation.  The Top Performer award highlights the superior efforts and contributions of our junior enlisted members from across the base.

Staff Sgt. Niles Bartram, 50th Security Forces Squadron, received the Top III Top Performer of the month award for January.  As the Pass and ID NCO in charge, Bartram manages a section responsible for accountability of more than 200 restricted area badges daily.   His technical savvy often sees him leading projects extending beyond his job description.  He recently initiated an overhaul of the Installation Integrated Defense Plan, a 649-page manual governing all aspects of force protection. In one month, he revamped 13 percent of the document and eliminated more than 100 pages of obsolete details. Bartram simultaneously initiated the annual Integrated Defense Risk Management Process; coordinating with 21 squadrons covering 85 assets to include 11 tenant unit missions. He led a team of subject matter experts to formulate the wing's baseline security posture for $1.5 billion in critical infrastructure. Bartram has proven himself to be an innovative leader and integral team member at Schriever Air Force Base.
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