Andersen's Best: Sr. Airman Dillon Wright
ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE, Guam -- Team Andersen's Best recognizes Airmen and civilian professionals for outstanding contributions to mission and team success.
As spotlight performers, individuals are chosen by base leaders for demonstrating the Air Force's core values of integrity first, service before self, and excellence in all we do.
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36th Medical Operations Squadron, aerospace medical services technician
- Wright provided medical care during 25 medical emergencies, rendering $62,000 in pre-hospital care
- He paved the way for the virtual processing center transition, quickly analyzing Air Force base guidance for the new process and hosted training events for supervisors.
- He was recently awarded his Community College of the Air Force Degree in practical nursing and is currently pursuing a bachelor's degree, aiming to enter into the Nurse Enlisted Commissioning Program.
- His professionalism and "can do" attitude resulted in him winning the 36th Medical Group's Sharp Troop and Guam's Emergency Medical Technician of the Year awards.
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