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July 30, 2004

Lowndes County - A South Georgia airman is among the best in the Air Force.

Senior Airman Kurt Marunick is one of 12 outstanding airmen for 2004. He beat more than more than 375,000 people for the honor.

Marunick will go to Washington D.C. in September to represent Moody at an Outstanding Airmen banquet. He'll also travel to bases around the country serving as an Air Force Ambassador.

"I'm very proud to represent Moody," said Marunick. "I've been here two years now and had a great time, and I'm very proud to say I'm from Moody Air Force Base.

Kurt Marunick is a fuel systems serviceman for Moody's 347th Maintenance Squadron.

posted at 3:45 P.M. by ashley.harper@walb.com

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