734th AMS civilian wins professional of the year award Published Feb. 7, 2008 By Master Sgt. Kevin Herre 734 Air Mobility Squadron ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE, Guam -- Each year the Air Mobility Command headquarters recognizes an Aerial Port civilian whose outstanding performance, mission accomplishment, team building and demonstrated superior leadership skills are the best in the command. Kenneth Sablan, a 734th Air Mobility Squadron Air Terminal Operations Center information controller, competed against 27 other units across AMC and won at all levels of competition. He was then awarded the 2007 Air Mobility Command Aerial Port Terminal Operations Center Civilian Professional of the Year Award. Mr. Sablan has been with the 734th AMS for more than 2 years. His personal efforts helped direct the movement of 30,000 passengers and 11,000 tons of cargo on more than 2,200 airlift missions with a 99.8 percent on-time departure rate. His devotion to duty also helped the squadron earn the 15th Expeditionary Mobility Task Forces Air Terminal Operations Center of the Year award for 2007. "It's an honor and privilege to win this award," said Mr. Sablan. "I attribute it all to the people I work with and to the managment who provide the guidance and emphasis on "one team, one fight."