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Brig. Gen. Michael Fantini (left), 82nd Training Wing commander, congratulates Tech. Sgt. Dustin Humbert, 366th Training Squadron, for being named the "Commander's Wingman of Choice" for Oct. 8-12. The award is given weekly to highlight the outstanding contributions members of Team Sheppard make both on duty and in the community.
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Humbert honored as "Commander's Wingman of Choice" for Oct. 8-12

Posted 10/10/2012   Updated 10/10/2012 Email story   Print story

    


82nd Training Wing Public Affairs

10/10/2012 - SHEPPARD AIR FORCE BASE, Texas -- Tech. Sgt. Dustin Humbert of the 366th Training Squadron was named the the 82nd TRW "Commander's Wingman of Choice" award winner for the week of Oct. 8-12 during the weekly wing staff meeting on Oct. 10.

The 82nd Training Wing "Commander's Wingman of Choice" award program is the commander's way of acknowledging Airmen for a job well done and to recognize Airmen who exemplify the spirit of the program.

Award recipients, who can be either military or government civilian employees, are nominated by their respective groups and also includes the wing staff agencies. Criteria for consideration include outstanding duty performance, community involvement and exemplary leadership.

Go by name: Dustin

Duty title: Unit Training Manager

Hometown: Dayton, Ohio

Years of service and time on Sheppard: 13 years/3 years, 2 months at Sheppard

Family: Wife, Nicole and Son, Wyatt

Education: Working towards Global Business Management MBA with American Public University System

What inspires you: My family and country

Future goals: To attend law school, retire from the AF, and become a lawyer

Greatest accomplishment:  Back in February of 2004, in Lakehurst, NJ, I performed life sustaining measures until emergency responders arrived. I secured the scene, eliminated fire hazards, and saved the life of a 38 year old man. The man sustained a fractured cervical injury, collapsed lung, four broken ribs, and a severe concussion. I received a coin by Major General Grey for my selfless actions and was commended by the first responders.

Hobbies, off-duty interests: Working with various private/public organizations to better the community, volunteering at the Wichita Falls Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure Executive Board and being progam manager for the 82 TRW Students Against Sexual Assault and Harassment. Also enjoys training dogs and volunteering at the Wichita Falls Humane Society.

Reason for submission:  In the past five weeks, Tech. Sgt. Humbert represented the 82nd TRW SAPR Office at the National Sexual Assault Conference and provided victim care during a sexual assault courts martial as a victim advocate.  He also garnered 70 volunteers for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. Furthermore, Humbert has revamped the Unit Training Program operating instruction, ensuring compliance with multiple instructions and submitted 28 Instructor Qualification worksheets, CCAF Instructor certifications and Master Instructor packages.


Commander's comments: Lt. Col. James R. Beam, Jr., 366th TRS commander:  Since voluntarily stepping up to take over the Unit Training and Deployment office, Tech. Sgt. Humbert has ensured the squadron is always in compliance with all applicable instructions. He further cross talks with two detachments and works jointly with Army/Navy personnel to ensure mission accomplishment. Additionally, his expertise in management and leadership has paved the way to correct more than 300 potential write ups during the last Compliance Inspection and ensured across the board mission readiness. Dustin has reviewed more than 200 faculty and Air Force Training Records, submitted 201 training requests and validated 137 Master Instructor and CCAF Instructor certification packages. Lastly, Dustin is a true wingman; leading the way for the 82nd TRW Students Against Sexual Assault and Harassment as the program manager and a SAPR Victim Advocate. Dustin has accomplished all of this while attending school full time towards his Masters of Business Administration and maintaining a 3.7 CGPA. Lastly, he was this quarter's group Support NCO winner. 

Humbert was recognized with a wing coin presented by Brig. Gen. Michael Fantini, 82nd TRW commander.



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