Andersen's Best Published June 22, 2012 By Airman 1st Class Mariah Haddenham 36th Wing Public Affairs ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE, Guam -- Senior Airman Adam King, 36th Wing Munitions Squadron, storage crew chief was awarded Andersen's Best June 16. "Airman King is an invaluable member to the 36 Munitions Squadron," said his supervisor Staff Sgt. Eric Betz. During the 2012 Pacific Air Forces Combat Ammunition Production Exercise, Airman King's outstanding performance as a 10-ton tractor driver led to the timely delivery of mission critical assets, ensuring 1,500 munitions were assembled with zero missed lines. "In addition, Airman King has handled 202,000 assets worth $330 million, incident-free, in the last month alone," said Sergeant Betz. Airman King has a wife and two children. He loves playing corn hole and working with power tools in his spare time. 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.