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Top III awards top performer

Senior Airman Britney Hepburn was recently coined by the 50th Mission Support Group commander and chief enlisted manager for her professionalism and ability to clearly articulate our Airman’s story during a First Term Airman Center graduation where she outshined peers, non-commissioned officers, and senior non-commissioned officers in front of 50th Space Wing leadership. The FTAC NCO-in charge stated, “She set the standard.”  Due to limited NCOs in the 11th Space Warning Squadron, she has displayed the maturity and prowess to earn the position as the squadron’s security manager.  In addition to the daily rigors that come with that additional duty, she was praised by Lockheed Martin and Northrup Grumman leadership for her tenacity and taking ownership of a process that provides restricted access to more than 35 contractors on a daily basis.  This action is critical to the success of the $17.6 billion Space Based Infrared System initiative and keeping timelines on course to meet Department of Defense objectives.  In her primary duty, she dominates as a staff evaluator, a position held by the top 10 percent of space operators in the unit.  Leading with a creative and innovative spirit, she laid the groundwork for conducting 45 qualification evaluations, which decreased ad-hoc processes. Her initiative showcased her commitment to ensure our Airmen remain a primary focus. With all that going on, she is still managed to volunteer at the homeless shelter, Annual Space Symposium and led an effort to assist in the clean-up of Cheyenne Mountain Zoo.

Senior Airman Britney Hepburn was recently coined by the 50th Mission Support Group commander and chief enlisted manager for her professionalism and ability to clearly articulate our Airman’s story during a First Term Airman Center graduation where she outshined peers, non-commissioned officers, and senior non-commissioned officers in front of 50th Space Wing leadership. The FTAC NCO-in charge stated, “She set the standard.” Due to limited NCOs in the 11th Space Warning Squadron, she has displayed the maturity and prowess to earn the position as the squadron’s security manager. In addition to the daily rigors that come with that additional duty, she was praised by Lockheed Martin and Northrup Grumman leadership for her tenacity and taking ownership of a process that provides restricted access to more than 35 contractors on a daily basis. This action is critical to the success of the $17.6 billion Space Based Infrared System initiative and keeping timelines on course to meet Department of Defense objectives. In her primary duty, she dominates as a staff evaluator, a position held by the top 10 percent of space operators in the unit. Leading with a creative and innovative spirit, she laid the groundwork for conducting 45 qualification evaluations, which decreased ad-hoc processes. Her initiative showcased her commitment to ensure our Airmen remain a primary focus. With all that going on, she is still managed to volunteer at the homeless shelter, Annual Space Symposium and led an effort to assist in the clean-up of Cheyenne Mountain Zoo.

SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Each month the Schriever AFB 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.

Senior Airman Britney Hepburn was recently coined by the 50th Mission Support Group commander and chief enlisted manager for her professionalism and ability to clearly articulate our Airman's story during a First Term Airman Center graduation where she outshined peers, non-commissioned officers, and senior non-commissioned officers in front of 50th Space Wing leadership. The FTAC NCO-in charge stated, "She set the standard."  Due to limited NCOs in the 11th Space Warning Squadron, she has displayed the maturity and prowess to earn the position as the squadron's security manager.  In addition to the daily rigors that come with that additional duty, she was praised by Lockheed Martin and Northrup Grumman leadership for her tenacity and taking ownership of a process that provides restricted access to more than 35 contractors on a daily basis.  This action is critical to the success of the $17.6 billion Space Based Infrared System initiative and keeping timelines on course to meet Department of Defense objectives.  In her primary duty, she dominates as a staff evaluator, a position held by the top 10 percent of space operators in the unit.  Leading with a creative and innovative spirit, she laid the groundwork for conducting 45 qualification evaluations, which decreased ad-hoc processes.  Her initiative showcased her commitment to ensure our Airmen remain a primary focus.  With all that going on, she is still managed to volunteer at the homeless shelter, Annual Space Symposium and led an effort to assist in the clean-up of Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. 
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