A 445th Aeromedical Staging Squadron Airman received a Pentagon-level award after his paper, published in Military Medicine in September 2020, was deemed of great value to the Department of the Army. Capt. Edward (Bill) W. Woody II, officer in charge of the commander’s inspection program, 445th ASTS, works in a civilian capacity as a management support specialist in the 165th Infantry Brigade at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. He was the 2020 recipient of the Nick Hoge Award, presented to only one civilian employee Army-wide each year. His paper was judged based on factors like originality, quality of writing, scope of the research, timeliness and relevance.