Meritorious service while serving as Dispatcher, 64th Transportation Company, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri from XXXXXXXX to XXXXXXXX. During this period, Sergeant Young helped stand up a Company by creating drivers packets for over 200 Soldiers. He created tracking boards, developed reports, and maintained 100% accountability of vehicles delivering over 250,000 gallons of fuel for Military Bases in the state of Virginia. Selected over 15 other NCOs to become the Company Master Driver, he developed and implemented an operators qualification tracking system. He dedicated many off duty hours to update over 200 drivers packets to meet the Battalion's new SOP standards, resulting in a commendable rating from the Battalion's inspection team. His expertise and knowledge directly resulted in the unit delivering over $10,000,000 worth of class VII safely to the shipping port for units deploying to Afganistan. Further, Sergeant Young trained over 80 Soldiers on the M-915 tractor and the M-871 trailer in preparation for deployment to Southwest Asia. Sergeant Young's extraordinary efforts and accomplishments during this period reflect credit upon himself, the 64th Transportation Company and the United States Army.
Meritorious service while serving as Dispatcher, Naval Construction Battalion Twenty Seven, from XXXXXXXX to XXXXXXX. During this period, Staff Sergeant Giovanni served as Battalion Dispatcher supporting joint operations for units deployed to the Horn of Africa. Sergeant Giovanni successfully maintained the integrity of 88 pieces of CESE, tracked 8,445 miles of CESE movements, and oversaw the consumption of 6,586 gallons of fuel valued at $26,633. In addition, as Alfa Company Fire Warden, he ensured 37 personnel were informed and trained on emergency procedures, updated and posted evacuation procedures, and performed over 550 safety checks on all fire extinguishers. Sergeant Giovanni's extraordinary efforts and accomplishments during this period reflect credit upon himself, the U.S. Army Forces Command and the United States Army.
Staff Sergeant Obi Wan Kinobe distinguished himself by outstanding achievement as Vehicle Operations Dispatcher, 386th Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron, 386th Air Expeditionary Wing, Ali Al Salem Air Base, Kuwait. During this period, Sergeant Kinobe directed 3,400 transportation requests, moving 13,400 passengers and 101 tons of cargo, generating 3,899 sorties in support of Operation INHERENT RESOLVE. Additionally, he managed the Army surge movement of four Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles valued at $9.3 million in less than 24 hours. In addition, he was integral to the team's forward deployment, enhancing the United States Special Forces and joint coalition operations in Syria. Finally, Sergeant Kinobe's indispensable technical skills were demonstrated when he coordinated the movement of an F-15 jet engine worth $29 million, which sustained continuous strategic engagements on the fight against the Islamic State in Iraq. The distinctive accomplishments of Sergeant Kinobe reflect credit upon himself, the 386th Air Expeditionary Wing and the United States Army.
Meritorious service while serving as Vehicle Dispatcher, 627 Logistics Readiness Squadron, Joint Base Lewis McChord, from XXXXXXXX to XXXXXXXX. During this period, Sergeant Reissenger provided exceptional transportation support by moving 588 passengers and 57 thousand pounds of cargo contributing to the 62nd Air Wing's 98% customer service rate. Additionally, Sergeant Reissenger facilitated the movement of 17 C-130 propellers worth 11 million to 777th EAS. His actions expedited repairs which ultimately supported 350 sorties, supporting the movement of over one million tons of cargo. Furthermore, while deployed in support of Operation Iraq Freedom, he logged 2.1 million miles moving 355 tons of equipment critical to battle space operations. The distinctive accomplishments of Sergeant Reissenger reflect credit upon himself, the 627th Logistics Readiness Squadron and the United States Army.
Meritorious service while serving as Dispatcher, 455th Air Expeditionary wing, Bagram Air Base from XXXXXXXX to XXXXXXXX. During this period, Sergeant Sullivan processed 2,700 transportation requests, coordinated the movement of more than 3,300 short tons of cargo, and moved in excess of 39,000 passengers over 67,000 miles, which contributed to an outstanding 98 percent vehicle support rate and ensured fulfillment of 5,200 close air support combat missions. In addition, Sergeant Sullivan updated out of date operating instructions and non-existent continuity books, vastly improving the future performance of the Vehicle Operations Control Center. Further, his actions as dispatcher ensured timely wrecker operations that led to the recovery of over 150 damaged mission critical and tactical vehicles enabling a phenomenal vehicle in-commission rate of 90 percent. Finally, Sergeant Sullivan was appointed as the Unit Travel Representative and conducted daily Time Phased Force and Deployment Data analysis on 15 line numbers which ensured efficient redeployment from Bagram. The distinctive accomplishments of Sergeant Sullivan reflect great credit upon himself, the 455th Air Expeditionary Wing and the United States Army.