Diamond Sharp Award December 2019 Published Dec. 4, 2019 By Airman 1st Class Quion Lowe 49th Wing Public Affairs HOLLOMAN AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. -- Every month, a first sergeant has the honor of choosing a deserving Airman to be presented the First Sergeant Council’s Diamond Sharp Award for an outstanding act or continuous outstanding performance. For the month of December, Master Sgt. Giles Dame, 49th SFS first sergeant, is proud to present the Diamond Sharp Award to Staff Sgt. Jeffery Keith, 49th Security Forces Squadron communication and technology integration administrator. Staff Sgt. Jeffery Keith volunteered over 200 hours designing and creating a morale area for over 250 49th SFS members. Previously, the 49th SFS did not have a designated area for squadron functions and this project contributed to the improvement of the morale and welfare of his unit. He also volunteered as a manager and coach for the 49th SFS intramural sports team and coordinated the Thanksgiving Football Tournament. Keith was hand-selected for a new position as the communication and technology administrator. His new duty will pave the way for the 49th SFS to ensure the safety of over 17,000 Holloman Airmen and their families. Q1. What is your current duty title/daily duties? A1. I am currently the 49th SFS communications and technology integration administrator. My duties are to maintain accountability of current technology, search for, and integrate new technology into the squadron. Q2. How long have you served? A2. I have been in the Air Force for seven and a half years. Q3. Where are you from? A3. I am from Clymer, NY. A small farming town in western New York State. Q4. What is your favorite part of your job? A4. My favorite part about my job is networking, meeting new people and using my experiences to better my troops. Q5. What are your off-duty hobbies? A5. Off-duty I am a really big sports guy but I am currently working on starting my own wood business.