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445th SFS Airman wins AFRC security forces award

Tech. Sgt. Justin Williams, 445th Security Forces Squadron, junior security forces action officer, won the Air Force Reserve Command 2018 Individual Security Forces Awards, Outstanding Security Forces Support Staff NCO Award for his individual achievement and performance. The award was announced Nov. 9, 2018.

Tech. Sgt. Justin Williams, 445th Security Forces Squadron, junior security forces action officer, won the Air Force Reserve Command 2018 Individual Security Forces Awards, Outstanding Security Forces Support Staff NCO Award for his individual achievement and performance. The award was announced Nov. 9, 2018.

WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio --

Tech. Sgt. Justin Williams, 445th Security Forces Squadron, junior security forces action officer, won the Air Force Reserve Command 2018 Individual Security Forces Awards, Outstanding Security Forces Support Staff NCO Award for his individual achievement and performance. The award was announced Nov. 9, 2018.

 

Tech. Sgt. Williams orchestrated the 445th Security Forces Winter Challenge that involved 16 teams and 90 security forces Airmen. The event increased unit cohesion and mental toughness.

 

He procured more than $298,000 for facility and mobility resources, enabling reutilization under dire fiscal constraints and saved the wing $60,000.

 

Williams coordinated and developed the 445th Airlift Wing active shooter exercise, validating the training of 500 personnel. The sergeant led two Raven missions in support of counter drug and presidential sorties, helping to secure more than 40 passengers and 60 tons of cargo.

 

Tech. Sgt. Williams developed the first 445th SFS 9/11 ruck march to honor fallen heroes.

 

He donated $480 in support of the local Food 2 Go ministry, providing meals for 20 less fortunate families. He coordinated weapons and equipment demonstrations for more than 300 minority school children and future aviators.

 

Williams received a Bachelor of Science degree in criminal justice administration and is currently pursuing his Master of Science degree in organizational leadership.