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Jeffrey Brown, 50th Logistics Readiness Flight cargo screening and distribution technician, is responsible for coordinating, receiving and delivering various types of freight and small parcels to base customers. Brown, along with the cargo screening team, provides safety screening of all non-perishable or construction items entering into the restricted area.  All packages entering the restricted area are screened for weapons, bombs and other contraband. (U.S. Air Force graphic)

Jeffrey Brown, 50th Logistics Readiness Flight cargo screening and distribution technician, is responsible for coordinating, receiving and delivering various types of freight and small parcels to base customers. Brown, along with the cargo screening team, provides safety screening of all non-perishable or construction items entering into the restricted area. All packages entering the restricted area are screened for weapons, bombs and other contraband. (U.S. Air Force graphic)

SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Jeffrey Brown
Unit:  50th Logistics Readiness Flight

As a cargo screening and distribution technician, Brown is responsible for coordinating, receiving and delivering various types of freight and small parcels to base customers. Brown, along with the cargo screening team, provides safety screening of all non-perishable or construction items entering into the restricted area.  All packages entering the restricted area are screened for weapons, bombs and other contraband.  

"One of my greatest accomplishments has been serving as the unit safety representative for the flight," Brown said. "There are several types of lift equipment, as well as other power equipment, in use throughout the work day.  Monitoring the upkeep and operation of all equipment as well as compliance with shop rules and warning signs is a daily task, one that I take very seriously."

"To this date, there have been no mishaps in the unit causing injuries or down time to lifts," he added.

One of Brown's duties as a unit safety representative is to provide oversight of the unit's safety program and safe work practices.  The warehouse's safety record is a direct reflection of Brown's dedication to duty.

Brown retired from the Air Force after 23 years of service, and has served in his current position for three years.
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