October 2014 Airman of the Month

Airman 1st Class Robert Haynes coordinates flight-following activities with 11 base agencies for 39 aircraft, and directly supports the training of 2,189 U.S. and international students flying 18,900 hours annually. Haynes personally managed aerial refueling track changes supporting more than 300 students and 180 hours--enabling the Altus mission of “Forging Combat Mobility Forces.” Haynes is carrying out NCO responsibilities; he is accomplishing this by filling in as a senior controller to bridge the gap with current personnel shortages. In the absence of the primary program manager, he is currently managing two major programs, Security and Status of Resources and Training System Reports. His ability to quickly learn and master the necessary tasks required to execute the mission also earned Haynes his certification prior to the allotted time requirements for Command Post certification. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class J. Zuriel Lee/Released)

PHOTO BY: Airman st Class J. Zuriel LeeReleased
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