Captain named outstanding AF scientist

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  • By Airman 1st Class Samuel Earick
  • National Air and Space Intelligence Center
Capt. Benjamin Shulze, a member of the National Air and Space Intelligence Center, receives a coin from Lt. Gen. Robert Otto, deputy chief of staff for Air Force intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, following a surprise announcement of Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2015, here. Otto informed Shulze he was named the Air Force’s mid-career outstanding scientist or engineer for 2015. Shulze was able to distinguish himself by bringing next-generation overhead persistent infrared capabilities and tools that are now available to warfighters. The STEM awards recognize the efforts and achievements of top Air Force scientists or engineers who make significant contributions to technology and engineering; or solve technical problems in the development, sustainment, testing, training or advancement of Air Force systems. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Airman 1st Class Samuel Earick)