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74 promoted to master sergeant

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EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. -- Congratulations to all of Team Eglin's Airmen on their selection for promotion to master sergeant.

The 4,998 selected (Air Force wide) represent a 17.3 percent selection rate, with an average selectee overall score of 385.91.  Selectees' average time-in-grade was 4.14 years and time-in-service was 13.82 years.

Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center Detachment 2
Joshua Manning

Air Force Test Center
Gregory Fortenberry

33rd Fighter Wing
Daniel Baston
Samantha Buxton
Scott Diewald
Zachery Fleming
Joshua Flemings
Jeanette Guzman
Bradford Hawthorne
Benjamin Heimsoth
Clayton Hurley
Monica Loss
Emmanuel Marioni
Andrew McCamish
Summer Miller
Daniel Paton
Jordan Perry
David Pickett
Alex Salazar
Lady Sanchez
Larry Vigil

53rd Wing
Joshua Hanson

96th Test Wing
Christopher Audet
Kevin Belanger
Brandon Boyle
Mark Cahill
Eric Cardozo
Jeffrey Conroy
Hugo Covar-Rubias
Robert Craven
Taren Cumpston
Anishka Davis
Eugene Eudy
Michael Everett
Aubrey Frye
Clifton George
Stephanie Gilmartin
Geoffrey Gilmer
Khaila Gracia
Chad Greer
Gary Harris
Joshua Hernandez
Tanique Hilliard
Mayursinh Jadeja
Robert Joyce
Christopher Killian
Chris Kronewetter
Jelisa Long
Jarred McCormick
John McRell
Sean Murphy
Jessica Nalesnik
Zachary Pease
Erricka Smith
Paige Smith
Chermara Walley
Dwight Whitfield
Christopher Wix
Eliza Zamora 

325th Fighter Wing
Darren Gray
Richard Harrison
Eric Llaguno
Dakota Polo

350th Spectrum Warfare Squadron
Ryan Benedict
Terry Davies

Eric Rew
Aleighsha Webber

359th Training Squadron
Richard Lalonde
Michael Peters

366th Training Squadron
William Riddle

372nd Training Squadron
Ramiro Borja
Paul Fry
Ronnie Pitcher
Joshua Williams