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Top III awards top performer

Technical Sergeant Michael Fort, 50th Space Communications Squadron, received the Top III Top Performer of the month award for May. Fort was chosen above his peers to fill a crucial master sergeant position managing the Global Broadcast Service Operations Center.  His daily duties involve primary oversight of four enlisted, one civilian and 92 contractors, delivering one-way high-speed C4ISR to 9 Combatant Commands.  He recently resolved a long-standing GBS antenna signal problem exacerbated by antiquated equipment and wind.  His unmatched collaboration ability and teamwork resulted in the installation of an upgraded antenna with wind protection at no cost to the government.   Lastly, he masterminded an AFSPC 2-star General initiative where he developed an entire, organic, cradle-to-grave cooperative solution.  Working with Tinker AFB, his efforts assured critical intelligence services to combatant commands would be unhindered in the event of the GBS OC having to relocate for any reason.

Technical Sergeant Michael Fort, 50th Space Communications Squadron, received the Top III Top Performer of the month award for May. Fort was chosen above his peers to fill a crucial master sergeant position managing the Global Broadcast Service Operations Center. His daily duties involve primary oversight of four enlisted, one civilian and 92 contractors, delivering one-way high-speed C4ISR to 9 Combatant Commands. He recently resolved a long-standing GBS antenna signal problem exacerbated by antiquated equipment and wind. His unmatched collaboration ability and teamwork resulted in the installation of an upgraded antenna with wind protection at no cost to the government. Lastly, he masterminded an AFSPC 2-star General initiative where he developed an entire, organic, cradle-to-grave cooperative solution. Working with Tinker AFB, his efforts assured critical intelligence services to combatant commands would be unhindered in the event of the GBS OC having to relocate for any reason.

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

Technical Sergeant Michael Fort, 50th Space Communications Squadron, received the Top III Top Performer of the month award for May. Fort was chosen above his peers to fill a crucial master sergeant position managing the Global Broadcast Service Operations Center.  His daily duties involve primary oversight of four enlisted, one civilian and 92 contractors, delivering one-way high-speed C4ISR to nine combatant commands. He recently resolved a long-standing GBS antenna signal problem exacerbated by antiquated equipment and wind.  His unmatched collaboration ability and teamwork resulted in the installation of an upgraded antenna with wind protection at no cost to the government.   Lastly, he masterminded an Air Force Space Command 2-star general initiative where he developed an entire, organic, cradle-to-grave cooperative solution.  Working with Tinker AFB, his efforts assured critical intelligence services to combatant commands would be unhindered in the event of the GBS OC having to relocate for any reason.
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