SVS faces evaluation
By Ron Jenkins, 90th Space Wing Public Affairs
/ Published January 24, 2007
F. E. Warren AFB, Wyo. --
An Air Force evaluation team will be visiting Warren Air Force Base through Jan. 24, 2007, to evaluate the 90th Services Squadron for the Maj. Gen. Eugene L. Eubank award, which is awarded annually to the best small services squadron in the Air Force.
The evaluation team is made up of four individuals, two civilians, one officer and one enlisted member. This time the team is headed by Michael T. Anderson, GM-15, Deputy to the Commander for the Air Force Services Agency. To determine the winner of the award, the team will be using four different criteria to grade Warren AFB's 90th SVS, customer focus, programs, management and facilities and equipment.
Already winning against all other small services squadrons in Air Force Space Command, Warren AFB's 90th SVS will represent Air Force Space Command to compete against other small services squadrons representing their major command. The winner of the award will go on to Wright Patterson Air Force Base to the World Wide Services Convention to collect their award.
90th SVS goes into the competition for the award already decorated by winning eight awards in 2006: Field Grade Officer of the Year, Lt. Col. Carleton H. Hirschel ; Noncommissioned Officer of the Year, Tech. Sgt. Barbara A. Herzer; Airman of the Year, Airman 1st Class Milagros Gargurevich; Air Force Reserve Component Senior NCO of the Year, Senior Master Sgt. Dennis DiCampli; Arts & Crafts Program of the Year; Family Child Care of the Year; Training Program of the Year and Readiness Program of the Year.