Cape Fox Federal Integrators (CFFI), a Cape Fox Corporation (CFC) federal subsidiary, has often stood out for its expertise in emerging technology. In March 2022, CFFI was awarded the Low Observable (LO) Airborne Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) contract with the United States Air Force. CFFI stands out because it employs and retains experts in the fields of training, technology, and cybersecurity. CFFI’s experts strive for mission success. One such employee, Kerry Henderson, stood out recently for her expertise and commitment to the contract mission. As a result, CFFI is honored to present Kerry with a Cape Fox Tinàa Award for Employee Excellence. This award is presented to employees who demonstrate dedication, performance, dependability, productivity, and attitude.
Kerry has worked with CFFI since May 2022. She is the Training Support Specialist at Creech Air Force Base in Nevada. Kerry reviews and updates all student/permanent party records, folders, and grade books for the 44th Squadron. She provides daily and weekly tracking of upgrade and continuation accomplishments for the Director of Operations (DO). Kerry is also responsible for the monthly aircrew qualification level summary, monthly rated aircrew performance reports, and summary of aircrew probation/regression status.
Kerry’s hard work and dedication have not gone unnoticed. She received glowing praise from the customer for her work and dedication. Dan “Spitfire” Oberle, Maj, USAF, former 44th Squadron RS/Assistant Director of Operations, said, “Kerry makes such a major impact on the squadron. For a Formal Training Unit, the DOT shop is the heart of enabling safe and legal flight operations. The people
charged to undertake those operations are vital. Kerry has done well to create a value-added
role in a position where their service was desperately needed. Above and beyond the maintenance and development of existing roles and duties, Kerry has taken an active role in new projects within her scope. She has taken an active role and physical presence in the flight scheduling process. She has worked well and in good faith with the squadron on implementing proprietary grade sheets, as well as helping to identify inefficiency and potential vulnerabilities. She has stepped up to the new challenge of being involved in the management internal control toolset (MICT) process and their input is invaluable.”
Kerry has stood out because she maintains a positive attitude and constantly looks for ways to develop and build her experience to be a better asset and team lead. Kerry is highly motivated and does all she can to care for her team. Outside of work, Kerry loves to collect records and play music for her two cats.
Kerry possesses the skills and expertise that make her stand out, but it is her positive attitude, willingness, and dedication that have made her an exceptional member of the team. Kerry is a remarkable asset to the CFFI team. Thank you, Kerry!