Air commando spotlight: Airman 1st Class Joshua Leonard

• Name/rank: Airman 1st Class Joshua Leonard

• Hometown: Taunton, Mass.

• Air Force career field: Radio Frequency Transmission Systems

• Squadron: 27th Special Operations Communications Squadron

• Accomplishments: Airman 1st Class Joshua Leonard arrived at Cannon in Sept. 2010. He achieved a 93 percent average at the Radio Frequency Transmission Systems technical school course at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. In less than one year he completed his career development courses and set up the public address system and audio/visual support for 43 wing events, to include the wing commando run, the Capt. Kermit Evans street dedication, the capabilities exercise, and the wing change of command, in which he expertly resolved a microphone malfunction for Lt. General Eric Fiel.

• Base/community involvment: Leonard has participated in the Clovis Trek for Trash, chaperoned for the Pumpkin Patrol, and helped set up and teardown for the Cannon Kite Karnival. He is also an active volunteer for Habitat for Humanity.

— 27th SOW Public Affairs