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Goodfellow members receive AETC awards

Courtesy graphic of the 17th Civil Engineer Squadron and the 17th Medical Group patches. (Courtesy graphic/Released)

Courtesy graphic of the 17th Civil Engineer Squadron and the 17th Medical Group patches. (Courtesy graphic/Released)

GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas --

Air Education and Training Command recognized the Civil Engineer Squadron who received the Air Force Outstanding Civil Engineer Unit Award, active duty small unit, for the second year in a row along with the Brigadier General Michael A. McAuliffe Housing Excellence Award. This was only possible because of their award winning staff who also won the Harry P. Rietman Award, Air Force Emergency Manager of the Year Award (civilian emergency manager), and Air Force Outstanding Civil Engineer Manager of the Year Award (civilian emergency manager, civilian supervisor, and civilian manager level).  

Goodfellow’s TRICARE Operations and Patient Administration were also recognized by AETC with the Air Force Medical Service Annual Awards for focusing on patient safety and trusted care.

TRICARE Operations has ensured the medical readiness of 1.2K joint service members and partnered with local clinics to implement secure messages to increase the speed patients are helped.

Along with modernizing their equipment, dental has trail blazed Medic NEXT to enhance the readiness of their staff and care of their patients.