On May 12, 2021, Cape Fox Federal Integrators (CFFI), LLC, a Cape Fox Corporation subsidiary, awarded a Cape Fox Employee Spotlight Tinàa Award to Andrew Valentine. Andrew began working for Cape Fox in 2014 as a Network Technician. Today, because of Andrew’s hard work over the years, he is a Senior Engineer supporting the Air Force Remotely Piloted Aircraft Squadron Operations Center (RPA SOC) program. Andrew often stands out for his job performance and expertise. He has been recognized by government leadership for re-engineering the RPA SOC Enterprise network and designing and developing an integration plan for the RPA SOC boundary firewall solution. Andrew recently was specially chosen by the government to lead a team of contractor engineers and government technicians at Creech Air Force Base in Las Vegas, Nevada. Andrew’s efforts ensured the network was operational and the site could provide mission-critical support abroad.
Andrew’s hard work and dedication have safeguarded these network systems and guaranteed that they continue providing the US Air Force critical command and control data and voice interconnectivity which allowed pilots and sensor operators to fly and control mission-essential Combat Air Patrols (CAPS) Predator (MQ-9) aircraft worldwide. Andrew works diligently and is customer-focused and mission-oriented. As an additional duty, Andrew also is the Warner Robins team primary trainer. He makes certain personnel meet their personal educational goals as well as maintain required certifications for the contract.
CFFI is honored and appreciates Andrew’s diligence, hard work, and expertise. In addition to being a great member for CFFI, Andrew currently serves in the Air Force Reserves as a Senior Master Sergeant (SMSgt). When Andrew is not working, he likes to participate in physical fitness activities and support his local community. Andrew exemplifies what the Cape Fox Tinàa Award signifies through his leadership and dependability. Thank you, Andrew!