Safety Office Recognizes Employer Support

Lt Col Chad Phillips and SMSgt David Sudweeks, 138th Fighter Wing safety office,  present Mr. Rob Mutersbaugh, Vice President of Operations, Ramsey Industries, with an F-16 lithograph as a token of their appreciation for the employer support shown by Ramsey Industries during a short notice deployment by SMSgt Sudweeks.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Master Sgt. Bryan Hilbert/Released)

Lt Col Chad Phillips and SMSgt David Sudweeks, 138th Fighter Wing safety office, present Mr. Rob Mutersbaugh, Vice President of Operations, Ramsey Industries, with an F-16 lithograph as a token of their appreciation for the employer support shown by Ramsey Industries during a short notice deployment by SMSgt Sudweeks. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Master Sgt. Bryan Hilbert/Released)

Lt Col Chad Phillips and SMSgt David Sudweeks, 138th Fighter Wing safety office,  present Mr. Rob Mutersbaugh, Vice President of Operations, Ramsey Industries, with an F-16 lithograph as a token of their appreciation for the employer support shown by Ramsey Industries during a short notice deployment by SMSgt Sudweeks.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Master Sgt. Bryan Hilbert/Released)

Lt Col Chad Phillips and SMSgt David Sudweeks, 138th Fighter Wing safety office, present Mr. Rob Mutersbaugh, Vice President of Operations, Ramsey Industries, with an F-16 lithograph as a token of their appreciation for the employer support shown by Ramsey Industries during a short notice deployment by SMSgt Sudweeks. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Master Sgt. Bryan Hilbert/Released)

Tulsa Air National Guard -- Lieutenant Colonel Jeremy Phillips, 138th Fighter Wing Flight Safety Officer, recently presented Ramsey Industries with a Tulsa Air National Guard F-16 lithograph. The litho was given to Ramsey Industries as a token of appreciation for their outstanding support of Senior Master Sergeant David Sudweeks, Ground Safety Superintendent and traditional guardsman with the 138th Fighter Wing safety office.

SMSgt Sudweeks received a short notice tasking from the Oklahoma National Guard to travel to Azerbaijan with a delegation of other Oklahoma guardsmen, to train Azerbaijan Air Force leadership on U.S. Air Force processes for ground and flight safety. Due to the time constraints involved with this tasking, SMSgt Sudweeks was left with little time to prepare. "Ramsey Industries was very supportive of my military service requirement. It was my desire to provide them with a gift to acknowledge their fantastic support," said SMSgt Sudweeks.

The litho, which was signed by F-16 fighter pilots from the 138th, is now proudly displayed in the Ramsey Industries break room, as a token of 138th Fighter Wing appreciation, for all to see.