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AMDS Airman receives John Levitow Award

Chief Master Sgt. Christopher Williams, 445th Airlift Wing command chief, presents the John L. Levitow Award to Staff Sgt. Kayla Liggett, 445th Aerospace Medicine Squadron health services management technician, July 11, 2021 for her performance during a virtual Airman Leadership School conducted at Hanscom Air Force Base, Maine.

Chief Master Sgt. Christopher Williams, 445th Airlift Wing command chief, presents the John L. Levitow Award to Staff Sgt. Kayla Liggett, 445th Aerospace Medicine Squadron health services management technician, July 11, 2021 for her performance during a virtual Airman Leadership School conducted at Hanscom Air Force Base, Maine. The Levitow Award, the highest award for enlisted professional military education in the Air Force, is presented to the student who demonstrates the most outstanding leadership and scholastic achievement. (Graphic by Master Sgt. Patrick OReilly and Senior Airman Angela Jackson)

WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio -- Chief Master Sgt. Christopher Williams, 445th Airlift Wing command chief, presents the John L. Levitow Award to Staff Sgt. Kayla Liggett, 445th Aerospace Medicine Squadron health services management technician, July 11, 2021 for her performance during a virtual Airman Leadership School conducted at Hanscom Air Force Base, Maine. The Levitow Award, the highest award for enlisted professional military education in the Air Force, is presented to the student who demonstrates the most outstanding leadership and scholastic achievement.