The Air Force has awarded four Bronze Stars to one airman at Dyess AFB, Tex., on April 17 and three at Robins AFB, Ga., on April 13. They are:
n Maj. Seth Graham received his medal at Dyess for his actions during deployment for Operation Iraqi Freedom. (Dyess photo release)
n MSgt. William Craig, a member of the 78th Security Forces Squadron at Robins, received his Bronze Star April 13 for his actions during deployment to a forward operating base in Iraq, where he revamped security procedures and helped plan and design entry control point improvements for a theater internment facility.
n MSgt. Carlos DoRego, also a member of the 78th SFS, led a 14-person team on deployment to Kirkuk Regional Air Base in Iraq, where he provided oversight for 130 combat missions and personally executed four high-risk raid with US soldiers.
n TSgt. Edward Cannell, 78th SFS, also deployed to Kirkuk, where he supervised or participated in more than 130 outside-the-wire combat patrols to collect threat information, and he led 10 high-risk capture missions, helping cause disruption to major terrorist cells. (Robins report by Kendahl Johnson)