Back to News Articles

62 AW earns high rating during ASEV

Email Article Print Article Share on Facebook Share on Reddit Share on StumbleUpon

JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD - The 62nd Airlift Wing was recently praised for an excellent performance during the Air Mobility Command Aircrew Standardization and Evaluation Visit held June 18 to July 2.

The ASEV, conducted every four years, is designed to evaluate the proficiency of aircrew and validate flying mission readiness and effectiveness by examining programs, processes and documentation.

The 62nd AW received an overall "mission-ready" rating, which means that the wing has met the standards.

"You're doing a great job," said Col. Robert Holba, ASEV team chief to the members who attended the outbrief. "Teaming together with the 446th (Airlift Wing), you make safe, mission execution happen. You set the bar high and I'm very impressed."

The ASEV team comprised of approximately 19 evaluators and specialists from AMC and other bases. During their visit, inspectors administered a closed-book evaluation to all available crew members, including deployed Airmen, to test their knowledge of emergency procedures, aircraft systems and limitations and command instructions. Of all the 62nd AW members tested, there were no failures and the average test score was 98.2 percent.

In addition, inspectors meticulously examined the wing's standardization and evaluation, tactics, training and aviation resource management programs. The 62nd AW was recognized for having 11 "best practices," particularly the Go/No-Go program, the systematic means to validate currency and qualifications of crewmembers prior to scheduled flights, and the training administration section.

"I'm proud of each and every one of you," said Col. Paul Eberhart, 62nd Operations Group commander. "This has been incredible effort on your part and the work you put into the inspection has been tremendous. I can't thank you enough. Congratulations and well done."

Below is a list of individuals and teams recognized for their efforts during the ASEV.

Top individual performers
Svetlana Brooks, 62nd OG
Maj. Scott Huffstetler, 62nd Operations Support Squadron
Master Sgt. Norman Hurley, 62nd OG
Maj. Kenneth Kaupp, 62nd OG
Maj. Mike Masuda, 4th Airlift Squadron
Capt. Theo McGee, 4th AS
Lowell Mooney, 62nd OSS
Capt. Katrina Morgan, 7th AS
Joseph Reulbach, 62nd OSS
Capt. Jessica Stooksbury, 10th AS

In-flight performance:
Exceptionally qualified
Capt. Bryce Graham, 10th AS
Capt. Daniel Hellinger, 8th AS

Exceptional teams
62nd OSS One-Stop team
Capt. William Booth
Joseph Bottero
Master Sgt. William Brown
Master Sgt. Jannell Cooke
Barbara Dobson
Senior Airman Zachary Gardner
Senior Airman Joseph Hawkins
Tech. Sgt. Angelique Joiner
Senior Airman Courtney Nicholas
Airman 1st Class Krystle Pastick
Staff Sgt. Trinece Purdie
Airman 1st Class Evan Rosenboom
Staff Sgt. Tiffaney Smith
Staff Sgt. Juanita Terrill
Michael Walker
Ricardo Ware
Shon Zawada

62nd OSS Wing Tactics team
Capt. Andrew Conwell
Capt. Jared Foley
Capt. Donald Frey
Tech. Sgt. Andrew Grimes
Capt. Josh Long
Master Sgt. Michael Patton

Read next close

News Articles

Honor Guard sergeant up for award

comments powered by Disqus