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Billings woman and other Montana airmen recognized for outstanding service

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GREAT FALLS - The Montana Air National Guard recognized several Airmen over the past weekend for their commitment and outstanding service. 

The 120th Airlift Wing, based out of Great Falls, honored airmen of the year, recent retirees and those who excel in military education and career development.

Senior Master Sgt. Allison Pizzolato, from Billings, was presented the Montana Distinguished Service Medal, which is considered to be the most prestigious state award.

First sergeants are considered the Commander's "go to person," but they also serve as direct contact and care for all airmen in the unit.

Pizzolato told MTN News, “I feel extremely humble and extraordinarily grateful. Blessed by all the airmen that work with us and I get to serve. It’s a huge privilege.”

Senior Master Sergeant Allison Pizzolato, is also Q2's Jeanelle Slade's younger sister. Click this video to see what Jeanelle had to say on Monday's 5:30 p.m. Q2 Newscast.

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