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MCGHEE TYSON AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Tenn. - Senior Master Sgt. Paul A. Mann, superintendent of public affairs at the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center, and Tech. Sgt. Tim M. Fry, an enlisted professional military education instructor for the Paul H. Lankford Enlisted PME Center, earned the TEC's Senior Noncommissioned Officer and Noncommissioned Officer of the 4th Quarter, respectively, here 2014. (U.S. Air National Guard file-photo illustration/Released)

MCGHEE TYSON AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Tenn. - Senior Master Sgt. Paul A. Mann, superintendent of public affairs at the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center, and Tech. Sgt. Tim M. Fry, an enlisted professional military education instructor for the Paul H. Lankford Enlisted PME Center, earned the TEC's Senior Noncommissioned Officer and Noncommissioned Officer of the 4th Quarter, respectively, here 2014. (U.S. Air National Guard file-photo illustration/Released)

MCGHEE TYSON AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Tenn. -- The Commander, I.G. Brown Training and Education Center, announced here Dec. 19 the Senior NCO and NCO of the Quarter for October through December.

"Thank you for what you have done," said Col. Jessica Meyeraan, commander, to the awardees during a holiday gathering in Spruance Hall.

Senior NCO of the Quarter is Senior Master Sgt. Paul A. Mann, superintendent of public affairs from the Media and Engagement Division.

The commander highlighted Mann's role in video productions for the Air National Guard's strategic planning system office in Maryland as well as his volunteer efforts as president of the Top III Association and its successful fall banquet and senior NCO induction ceremony, among other efforts.

The NCO of the Quarter is Tech. Sgt. Tim M. Fry, who is an enlisted professional military education instructor for the TEC's Paul H. Lankford Enlisted PME Center.

Fry's more than 192 hours of instruction as well as mentoring students was highlighted among his other accomplishments, which included his award of a Community College of the Air Force degree, his service with the Air Force Sergeant's Association, his additional duties and support as a safety officer as well as his community service through fundraisers.

The awardees get their photos displayed in Patriot Hall's main lobby, and they receive a special plaque and a time off award.