Mr. Troy Lillemon is chief of the quality office at the 10th MDG. In this capacity, he oversees a staff of four civilian and contract personnel that are responsible for managing the patient safety, infection prevention, and risk mitigation programs within the medical group. A multifaceted leader, Troy coordinated over 40 patient tracers to ensure compliance with The Joint Commission (TJC) criteria and prepared the way for a full three year initial accreditation following our inspection that confirmed a truly outstanding compliance rate of > 99% out of 1,037 line items. Additionally, he administers the MDG’s Commander’s Inspection Program that reviews 2,250 individual requirements within MICT and postures the MDG to ace the upcoming UEI. Furthermore, Troy took the lead in making arrangements for this year’s MDG strategic planning meetings and the response to the recent Medical Incident Investigation.
Mr. Shaun Bright
Contracting Specialist, 10th Contracting Squadron
Mr. Shaun Bright is responsible for administering an approximate $20 million portfolio of commodity and service contracts including Cadet Tailor Shop, Cadet Uniform programs and the USAFA Base Supply purchases. In 2014, he was recognized by the Federal Executive Board as the Federal Employee of the Year.
Bright is a graduate of Webster University with two Masters: one in Procurement and Acquisitions Management and a second in Human Resource Development. He retired from the U.S.Army as an NCO Academy Instructor.
A family man, he is a native of Iowa and a world traveler with interests in biking, hiking, woodworking, and retro video gaming. 10 ABW is proud to have him as a member of Team 10.
Five "D"s of Dodgeball
(for everyday life)
by Lt Col William "Chad" Breedlove
Some may recall the scene from the 2004 movie ‘Dodgeball’ where the coach of a misfit team, the Average Joes, delivers a motivational speech on the fundamentals of the game. He explains from his wheelchair that the five D’s of dodgeball are: “Dodge, Duck, Dip, Dive and Dodge.” To make the moment memorable, he dumps out a bag of wrenches and boldly states, “If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ball.” He then proceeds... read more