Andersen's Best Published Sept. 6, 2012 By Airman 1st Class Mariah Haddenham 36th Wing Public Affairs ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE, Guam -- Tech. Sgt. Elizabeth Scheid, 36th Wing Operations Support Squadron noncomissioned officer in charge of airfield management training, was awarded Team Andersen's Best here Aug. 30. Sergeant Scheid maximized efficiency of Andersen's taxiways and runways as an airfield manager by meticulously balancing $20 million worth of airfield construction projects. She also supported transient aircraft, tanker task force and B-52 operations during Navy SEAL High Altitude-Low Opening parachute dropping operations. "Sergeant Scheid was handpicked by the Pacific Air Forces airfield management career field manager to transition their units' hard-copy training records into the Air Force's electronic training records system," said Master Sgt. Anthony Matthews, 36th OSS airfield manager and supervisor of Sergeant Scheid. Sergeant Scheid also provided vital feedback to higher headquarters on transition-limiting factors and software glitches which proved mission essential. Due to her efforts, all training records are online. In Sergeant Scheid's free time, she enjoys volunteering at the Guam Animals In Need animal shelter. Team Andersen's Best is a recognition program which highlights a top performer from the 36th Wing. Each week, supervisors nominate a member of their team for outstanding performance and the wing commander presents the selected Airman or civilian with an award. To nominate your Airman or civilian for Andersen's Best, contact your unit chief or superintendent explaining their accomplishments.