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Alexandria, Louisiana (LA)

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Robert Anderson

Robert Anderson

Class of 1968

I am the wife of, Mr. Robert Anderson, for over twenty years faithful marriage, and reside at 6302 Dutrow Court , Clinton, Maryland. On June 1, 1986 MSgt Robert Anderson and Senior Airman Rae L. Anderson received a joint spouse USAF Conus Reassigment message dated June 1986 indicating we wrere relocating to Andrews Air Forec Base Maryland. The Reassigment Message also indicating this was the only joint spouse assigement available at this time on the Presidential Supply Support Program for Air Force One . Upon arrival to Andrews Air Forec Base, I frequently visited my housband work area at the Presidential Supply Support Program for Air Force One many reasons. I also visited and watch my husband take on several major facility improvement projects at Presidential Supply Support Program for Air Force. Most significantly , I wittness my husband , Robert Anderson, totally revamping the Adminstrative Aear of Presidential Supply Support Program for Air Force facility. He orchestrated material and personnel to remove world war II wall panels and completely replaced the walls and installed new sheet rock on the walls, he personnel remove outdated lighting fixtures and drop ceiling material and completely replaced them with new modern lighting fixtures and drop ceiling material and main electrical wall panel, he ordered and coordinated the intsallation of new modular furniture and wall to wall carpeting over period six eight months. Over a period of six months are more, my three dauguther and I vististed the constructuion area during weekdays and weekends while my husband working this Presidential Supply Adminstrative Aear upgrade project. I also wittness and remmeber discussing with my husband personnally volunteer to take on this on and complete this gigantic facility upgrade project because the 89th Civil Engneering unit were to busy to due the task after all material and supplies had arrived.
It is my understanding that individual or individuals in SMSgt Anderson military chain of command had indicated that SMSgt Anderson did not completed gigantic facility upgrade project his award was denied and award base merits. Who ever the individual are in SMSgt Anderson military chain of command who said he did not completed this gigantic Presidential Supply Adminstrative Aear Facility upgrade project they were making a false statement aganist SMSgt Anderson during a officical Inspector General Inquiry. This information is well document in SMSgt Anderson’s:
1· SMSgt Anderson’s EPR dated , March 31, 1990 though March 30, 1991.
2· SMSgt Anderson’s Meritorious Service Medal dated November 4,1986 through to July 6,1990.
3· SMSgt Anderson’s Supply Superintend of the Year , dated Jan. 1, 1989 through Dec. 31, 1986
4· SMSgt Anderson’s Lucrative Presidential Supply Log Image Project Package to HQ MAC
5· SMSgt Anderson’s Presidential Supply Five -Year Facility Upgrade Plan to HQ MAC
6· SMSgt Anderson’s Presidential Supply Facility Upgrade briefed in Capial Flyer Newpaper
7· SMSgt Anderson’s Selection Package for Outstanding SNCO of The Year 1990
8· SMSgt Anderson’s Nomination Package for 12 Outstanding SNCO of The Year 1991

SMSgt Robert Andersons untiring efforts on the Presidential Supply Support Program for Air Force One has aided immeasurably in ,maintaining outstanding specialized supply support for the airlift services of the President, Vice President and other high ranking dignitaries.

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