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131st Air National Guard personnelist earns perfect score at tech school

Tech. Sgt. Blake Enneking, 131st Force Support Squadron personnel systems manager, recently earned a perfect score, in addition to receiving Distinguished Graduate honors during graduation ceremonies at Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi. “Along with time management and memorization learning, I was able to show that a Guardsman can accomplish a perfect score,” said Enneking. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Brittany Cannon)

Tech. Sgt. Blake Enneking, 131st Force Support Squadron personnel systems manager, recently earned a perfect score, in addition to receiving Distinguished Graduate honors during graduation ceremonies at Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi. “Along with time management and memorization learning, I was able to show that a Guardsman can accomplish a perfect score,” said Enneking. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Brittany Cannon)

WHITEMAN AIR FORCE BASE, Mo. -- A 131st Bomb Wing personnelist recently represented the Missouri Air National Guard with excellence by receiving a perfect score during the Air Force personnel apprentice course.

Tech. Sgt. Blake Enneking, 131st Force Support Squadron personnel systems manager, recently earned a perfect score, in addition to receiving Distinguished Graduate honors during graduation ceremonies at Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi.

"Group study can help cement your knowledge, and allows you to confirm that you understand what you are learning," said Enneking. "Along with time management and memorization learning, I was able to show that a Guardsman can accomplish a perfect score."

The 131st Bomb Wing's vision is to build Airmen for a 21st century Air National Guard who are highly motivated and expertly trained in both federal and state missions. Tech. Sgt. Enneking sets a high standard for not only his co-workers but also other Airmen, said Lt. Col. Catherine Sheskey, 131st FSS commander. In order to obtain a perfect score, Enneking had to receive a 100 percent on five separate tests, including a final.

"Tech. Sgt. Enneking is the epitome of a can-do, will-do spirit," said Sheskey. "Excelling is not just an option; it should always be a goal."