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Vandenberg master sergeants selected for promotion

Senior Master Sergeant, E-8 
(B&W color), U.S. Air Force graphic

Senior Master Sergeant, E-8 (B&W color), U.S. Air Force graphic

Col. Nina Armagno, 30th Space Wing commander, poses with the Vandenberg senior master sergeant selects at their promotion release party Friday, March 9, 2012. (U.S. Air Force photo)

Col. Nina Armagno, 30th Space Wing commander, poses with the Vandenberg senior master sergeant selects at their promotion release party Friday, March 9, 2012. (U.S. Air Force photo)

VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. -- According to the Air Force Personnel Center officials, more than 1,700 master sergeants have been selected for promotion to senior master sergeant.

Please join Col. Nina Armagno, 30th Space Wing commander, in congratulating Vandenberg master sergeants on their impending promotion. 

Master Sgt. Coy Crowe - 14th Air Force

Master Sgt. Peter Czajkowski - Air Force Space Command Element

Master Sgt. Corey Johnson - 1st Air and Space Test Squadron

Master Sgt. Sean Kavanagh - 614th Air and Space Operations Center

Master Sgt. Mitchell Overton - 14 AF

Master Sgt. Leonard Stevens - 614 AOC

Master Sgt. Michael Worden - 14 AF

Master Sgt. Paul Barker, 30th Space Communications Squadron

Master Sgt. Eric Faulkenberry, 30th Medical Group

Master Sgt. Wesley Greenlee, 30th Civil Engineer Squadron

Master Sgt. Dax Griffith, 30 CES

Master Sgt. Bruce Gunther, 30th Operations Support Squadron

Master Sgt. Dennis Leon, 30th Medical Operations Squadron

Master Sgt. Seth Tucker, 30 th Logistics Readiness Squadron

Those selected represent 13.78 percent of the 12,351 eligible, with an average score of 670.44, 4.12 years average time in grade, and 19.27 years time in service. The average score was based on the following point averages: 134.99 for enlisted performance reports, 20.66 for decorations, 70.62 for the Air Force supervisory exam and 392.56 board score.

Promotions will begin in April, depending on selectee promotion sequence numbers.