436th Training Squadron instructor named ACC winner of AF outstanding aviation resource management award
By Ron Mullan
/ Published February 13, 2018
TINKER AIR FORCE BASE, Okla. --
Technical Sergeant Allysia Landin, an Air Combat Command Aviation Resource Management (ARM) Instructor assigned to the 436th Training Squadron, Dyess AFB, Texas, was recently named the ACC winner of the 2017 Air Force Outstanding Aviation Resource Management (1C0X2) award - Instructor Category.
When notified of her selection, Landin was quick to give credit to her team. “Knowing how blessed I am to be put up for this award. I could not have done it without the support of my team and the 436th Training Squadron. Go Mustangs!”
Landin went on to say that one of the most important parts of her job is “knowing we are the only school house who teaches on Jaspersoft, a brand new system that the resource managers work with on a daily basis to retrieve information for their aircrew members and leadership. It is a privilege to be able to teach on this among working with a great group of Instructors.”
In announcing Landin’s award selection, Col. Geoffrey Weiss, Commander, 552nd Air Control Wing, praised the sergeant’s professionalism. “The level of expertise and professionalism Tech. Sgt. Landin demonstrates significantly enhances the Air Force's warfighting capabilities and embodies all our Wing priorities - People, Readiness, Innovation, Drive, and Excellence.”