Senior Airman Matthew Brown, 86th Munitions Squadron munitions system technician, was recently awarded the Conventional Munitions Systems Maintainer Technician of the Year award for U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa.
“I’m excited to have won this award,” Brown said. “It feels good to see that my hard work has paid off.”
Hard work is nothing new for Brown. As a member of 86th MUNS, he supports munitions custody accounts for more than four different countries.
Assisting military members around the world is just one of Brown’s primary duties.
“My main goal is to supply warfighters around the world with what they need to get the job done,” Brown said.
Along with distributing munitions to military members, Brown also conducts inventories and inspections, validates allocations and processes expenditures.
“Brown is a very dedicated and technically sound Airman,” said Tech. Sgt. John Morris, Brown’s supervisor.
“He is well deserving of this award.”
Utilizing his work ethic and dedication, Brown is no stranger to success. He won Airman of the Year at the squadron level when he was stationed at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, N.C.