Andersen's Best Published July 13, 2012 By By Airman 1st Class Mariah Haddenham 36th Wing Public Affairs ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE, Guam -- Senior Airman Dylan Blevins, 734th Air Mobility Squadron air terminal operational controller information controller, was awarded Andersen's Best July 11. "Airman Blevins is one of only two airmen who currently works in the elite section of the Aerial Port," said Master Sgt. Parker Alford, 734 AMS air terminal operation controller superintendent. "He directly controls operations for 124 military personnel and civilians where he liaises with aircrew members to ensure proper utilization of Department of Defense assets, moving over 1,600 passengers and 980 tons of cargo per month." The work put forth by Airman Blevins directly contributed to the squadron being selected for its fourth consecutive Air Force level Safety plaque. Airman Blevins also recently attended the Andersen Airman Leadership School, where he was recognized with the classes Academic Achievement Award for having the highest cumulative GPA. Among his other accomplishments, he also recently scored a 100 percent on a hazardous cargo inspector class. "Not only does Airman Blevins shine at work, he is also an avid voulunteer, both on base and in the local community," said Sergeant Alford. "He was the flights representative for Guam's coastal clean-up, where he organized a 12-member detail that removed over 400 pounds of refuse from Tarague Beach and surrounding areas." Airman Blevins is married, and enjoys learning things on the web. 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/civilian with an award. To nominate your Airmen/civilian for Andersen's Best, contact your unit chief or superintendent explaining their accomplishments.