2014 Information Dominance Award winners announced

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  • By Master Sgt. Joseph Cochran
  • SAF/CIO A6 Force Development Division
The Air Force Chief of Information Dominance and Chief Information Officer, Lt. Gen. William Bender, recently announced the winners of the 2014 Air Force Information Dominance Awards and the General John P. Jumper Award for Excellence in Warfighting Integration.

The Air Force-level awards recognize Air Force officers, enlisted, federal civilian employees, teams, and units for sustained superior performance while providing information dominance and cyberspace support to Air Force or the Department of Defense missions and operations.

“There were 574 total force nominees competing in 45 award categories for these prestigious awards this year, and all nominees should be commended for their exceptional performance in providing an amazing level of information dominance,” Bender said.

Three Airmen won the Air Force General John P. Jumper Award for Excellence in Warfighting Integration. The Jumper award recognizes individuals for outstanding contributions to the integration of Air Force warfighting or operations support capabilities that shorten the kill chain and enhance the decision cycle.

Thirty-five Airmen won individual Information Dominance awards for excellence in their respective Air Force Specialties.

Seven teams and units were also recognized for outstanding achievement in their respective functional area.

To view all the award recipients – click here.

Individual award winners, along with the Rawlings Team of the Year award winners, may wear the Air Force Recognition Ribbon or the Air Force Recognition Pin, as authorized by AFI 36-2805. This authority does not extend to military members and civilian employees of the winning information assurance element, small and large postal facilities, Aerial Mail Terminal or unit awards.