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Ganey shows leadership, initiative, professionalism

Tech. Sgt.  Kyle Ganey, Andrews Regional Command Post junior controller, is this week’s Warrior of the Week. Ganey was recognized for the revitalization of the Command Post’s communications security program. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st class Ryan J. Sonnier)

Tech. Sgt. Kyle Ganey, Andrews Regional Command Post junior controller, is this week’s Warrior of the Week. Ganey was recognized for the revitalization of the Command Post’s communications security program. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st class Ryan J. Sonnier)

JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Md. -- Tech. Sgt. Kyle Ganey, Andrews Regional Command Post junior controller, is the Team Andrews Warrior of the Week.

Born and raised in Lake City, Fla., Ganey has been proudly serving in the Air Force since May 2002.

Due to his impeccable work ethic, Ganey was put in charge of revitalizing the Command Post's COMSEC, or Communications Security. His program now boasts a new training program, inventorying at each shift change, two-person accountability, five checklists and two operating instructions.

Ganey was recognized as Warrior of the Week for his leadership, initiative and professionalism. These qualities enable him to fully embody the qualities and expectations as an airman of Joint Base Andrews, along with the United States Air Force.

"I joined the military for the education benefits and G.I. Bill," he said.

Ganey has a Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) degree in Electronics Systems Technology and a CCAF degree in Instructor of Technology and Military Science.

When not at work, Ganey's interests include: traveling, sightseeing, videogames and running.

He has deployed to Kuwait twice and Greece once.

Currently, Ganey is pursuing a third CCAF degree in Emergency Management and a bachelor's degree in Business Administration.