/ Published April 13, 2007
Members of Team Goodfellow’s leadership pose Wednesday in front of the sign marking 100 days since the last DUI on Goodfellow. From left to right are Paul Buckingham, Goodfellow’s Sexual Assault Response Coordinator; Col. Merrily Madero, 17th Training Wing vice commander; Col. Richard Ayres, 17 TRW commander; Col. Stephen Czerwinski, 17th Mission Support Group commander; Lt. Col. Kenneth O’Neil, 17th Security Forces Squadron commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Michael Murphy, 17 SFS superintendent.
“This milestone is a tribute to our wing officer and NCO leaders, who have worked so hard to get the message out about drunk driving, and it’s also a reflection on the caliber of Airmen we have on this base,” Col. Ayres said. “I encourage everyone to not let down their guard and make sure we keep this streak going,” the commander continued. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Angela Malek)
“Good morning!” says Chief Master Sgt. Leslie Best (far right), the 17th Mission Support Group superintendent, as he prepares to hand an informational card for Airmen Against Drunk Driving to one of Team Goodfellow’s members while Brenda Motl, a security officer, checks his identification at the Jacobson Gate Wednesday. Chief Best and other chief master sergeants and commanders from Goodfellow greeted drivers at the gates Wednesday to observe 100 days without any member of Team Goodfellow driving under the influence of alcohol.
Chief Master Sgt. Michael Murphy, the 17th Security Forces Squadron superintendent, credits the enforcement of traffic regulations and procedures with a direct contribution to the decrease in people operating vehicles while under the influence of alcohol or impaired.
“We will continue to take every action necessary to ensure the safety and well being of our visitors and the men and women who serve on Goodfellow,” Chief Murphy added. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Stephen Musal)