173rd Fighter Wing Airman of the Year - Senior Airman Jared Boyer

In 2015 Boyer’s technical skill directly contributed to cost reduction helping save $10.1 million dollars for the 173rd Fighter Wing. As a leader, Boyer revamped the Avionics security program ensuring $2.3-million in assets were properly stored. He also serves as Chairman of the Junior Enlisted Counsel where he oversaw the efforts of 49 members and various volunteer projects. He led the Junior Enlisted Council to create the first Kingsley Field Duathlon earning $600 for five local charities and the Wounded Warrior Foundation. He holds a Community College of the Air Force Degree in Avionics Systems Technology and is enrolled in the Business Administration program at the Penn State World Campus. Boyer coaches volleyball as an assistant coach with the Oregon Institute of and conducts a volleyball camp for more than 100 students in the offseason.

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