Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 20, 1962 · Page 4
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 4

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 20, 1962
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Four Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Wednesday Evening Airman Wins SAC Talent Recognition BUNKER HILL AFB-A2C Cecil Davis, 23, 305th Organizational Maintenance Squadron, won the Second Air Force contest at 'Littie Bock AFB and was given special recognition for his excellent performance in the Master of Ceremonies category in a talent contest. An aircraft mechanic, Davis won second place in the recent base talent contest in the Master of Ceremonies category. He was awarded a trip to the SAC talent contests when the winner was unable to participate. Winning the command laurels at Lockbourne was the 15th Air Force who edged the Eighth Air Force by an extra second place performance. The Fifteenth Air Force contestants scored four first places and four seconds while the Eighth Air Force claimed four firsts and three seconds. ' Second Air Force performers earned three firsts and four seconds. Airman Davis, who won a senior actor's award while attending Compton Junior College, Calif., enlisted in the Air Force, Feb. 16, 1961. His hometown is Los Angeles, Calif. A1C Lawrence Twining of the base retention office announced that ten airmen have reenlisted. They were SSgt. D. E. Stephens, OMS; A5C K. V. Mills, C-E Sq.; MSgt. F. Houser, OMS; TSgt. E. J. Trov••;. 26 Weather Del.; SSgt. D. L. "Feamster, OMS; SSgt. G. W. Fleming Jr., Hq. Sq. Gp.; A1C G. Grider, CDS; SSgt. R. J. Sansbury, Trans. Sq.; SSgt. C. L. Burke, OMS; and A1C E. J. Bube, C-E Sq. TSgt. Robert T. Robinson of Hq. Sq. 305th Bomb Wing, was recently presented a SAC education achievement award. Sergeant Robinson has completed courses in accounting, trigonometry and Russian. The SAC education award was presented to Sergeant Robinson at the monthly commanders' call. Seventeen three-level airmen have been upgraded at the Bunker Hill AFB according to SSgt. Ronald R. Fogle, the Supply Squadron's IPT trainer. Sergeant Fogle was - notified that the 17 airmen that he had trained have successfully passed the five level tests with average scores in the 75th percentile. Five of the airmen had scores in the 95th percentile. The accomplishment increases Sergeant Fogle's total to 27 airmen trained and upgraded. He attributes this record to the "outstanding interest on the part of the trainees and the excellent cooperation that he has received from the section supervisors. With the large supply of equipment necessary for training. Sergeant Fogle found that he had little difficulty holding his trainees' attention during classroom sessions. The sergeant was commended by Capt. W. F. Riley, squadron commander, for his high degree of interest and motivation in the training of new airmen in the personal equipment branch. Members of the 305th Organizational Maintenance Squadron's Bomber Branch witnessed the reenlistment ceremony of their flight chief, CMSgt. Reny J. Scimio on the flight line recently. Sergeant Scimio, a popular member of the squadron and veteran of over 22 years service, took the refnlistment oath from Capt. Michaol J. Harak, officer- in-charge of the bomber branch. Sergeant Scimio was a B-36 flight chief in the 305th Bomb Wing at MacDill AFB, Fla., for four years before his assignment to Bunker Hill. He has a SAC achievemenl award and holds a degree in bu'si ness administration. An outstanding part of Ser geant Scimip's reo.'>rd at Bunker Hill is that his maintenance crews have captured the most on-timi takeoffs of any other unit. Fou of his crew chiefs are also mem bers of the On-Time club. The Sergeant and his wife liv< on base with their two children Doris. 17 and Rena, 3. AlC Gary Flater has been named DP IPT Airman of th Quarter. Recently Lt. Col. R, B. Libbey director of personnel, presented < icigaret lighter and Letter of Ap preciation to Airman Flater, wh is assigned to the Wing Personne Records Section. 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