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For meritorious achievement while assigned to Port Security Unit 301 from ---- ---- to ---- ----. Staff Sergeant Wayne C. Thompson integrated with the United States Navy to provide Force Protection by conducting over 7,000 vehicle and 8,000 personnel searches. On the Al Basrah Oil Terminal (ABOT) platform, he trained Iraqi Marines in the basics of security, cover and concealment, search technique, and watch standing. He maintained the Security Force watch bill in order to support SPOD Security Post, Ammunition Operations, and Oil Platform personnel rotations. In addition, during heightened security conditions, he demonstrated maturity and leadership by ordering gun mounts 51 and 52 to stop unauthorized craft from entering port until patrol boats could arrive and intervene. Staff Sergeant Thompson's performance during this time period brings great credit upon himself, the 628th Aviation Support Battalion and the United States Army.


For exceptionally meritorious service as the Force Protection NCO for the 30th Troop Command during the period of XXXX XXXX to XXXX XXXX. Master Sergeant Johnson's outstanding performance in maintaining security is unparalleled. As the senior Force Protection NCO, he effectively coordinated the Force Protection Plan of each armory as well as the installation and security of the command SIPRNET. In addition, he conducted numerous organizational inspection visits which enhanced the security of the command. Master Sergeant Johnson's professional competence and devotion to duty reflect great credit upon himself, 30th Troop Command, the Tennessee Army National Guard and the United States Army.


For meritorious achievement while assigned to Joint Base Balad's Quick Reaction Force. As the Force Protection NCOIC, she maintained continuous vigilance, submitted weekly RAMS reports, and responded to stand up notifications within one hour, ensuring all Soldiers were present and prepared for duty. As NCOIC of Joint Base Balad's Quick Reaction Force, she supervised over 120 Force Protection patrols which ensured the security of Joint Base Balad and facilitated the success of its mission. In addition, she attended unit Anti-Terrorism Working Group meetings to plan and develop anti-terrorism actions for Joint Base Balad as well as implememnt plans at the unit level. The diligent efforts of Staff Sergeant Goodman reflect great credit upon herself, the 45th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, the Oklahoma Army National Guard and the United States Army.


For meritorious service as Anti-Terrorism Force Protection Officer. During this period, he coordinated installation defense measures for eight joint bases, twelve thousand personnel and one hundred aircraft. Additionally, Lt Coleman assisted with the implementation of strict security measures for the King of Jordan's visit to King Abdullah Special Operations Training Center (KASOTC). Furthermore, he stood up the Area of Operations Threat Working Group to protect upwards of ten billion dollars worth of personnel and resources by advising joint forces of regional terrorist threats. The proactive and diligent efforts of Lt Coleman reflect great credit upon himself, Combined Joint Task Force Spartan and the United States Army.


Sergeant First Class Buxley distinguished himself by exceptionally meritorious achievement while assigned to the 25th Infantry Division from XXXXXXX to XXXXXXX. During this period, the professional skill, leadership, and ceaseless efforts of Sergeant Buxley contributed to the effectiveness and success of Joint Logistics Over the Shore 2014. As Force Protection Officer, he planned, developed, and executed a real-world and exercise Force Protection plan for over 700 troops from 27 government and military organizations deployed to the Port of Anchorage, Alaska during a Defense Support of Civil Authorities exercise. The singular accomplishments of Sergeant Buxley reflect great credit upon himself, the 25th Infantry Division (Tropic Lightning) and the United States Army.


Professional achievement as Force Protection NCO. On XXXXXXX Master Sergeant Cox received a report of a security breach near his unit's barracks. He quickly assembled a force to investigate and, without hesitation, led the group into the building, conducted a room to room search for the suspect, and cleared six contraband items. In under an hour, his team found the Third Country National who placed the items in the barracks and detained him. In addition, Sergeant Cox demonstrated maturity and poise under pressure during a garrison attack. During the incident, he quickly formed defensive positions and safeguarded 47 lives, a CH-47 Chinook and equipment worth 12 million dollars. The singular accomplishments of Sergeant Cox reflect great credit upon himself, the 112th Infantry regiment and the United States Army.


As Force Protection Represenative of the Crisis Response Element, he provided flawless security for 110 personnel, a fuel farm, the flight line and all goverment property within the camp. He orchestrated the installation of seven bunkers, four mass casualty kits and a camp wide emergency broadcast system which led to a flawless security inspection. In addition to his Force Protection duties, he assisted with the completion of more than 100 work orders and 30 convoy operations, ensuring mission success. The singular accomplishments of XXXXXXXX reflect great credit upon himself, 2d Battalion, 142d Infantry Regiment, the Texas Army National Guard and the United States Army.


For meritorious achievement while assigned to Port Security Unit 311 during overseas deployment from XXXXXXX to XXXXXXX. Sergeant Sullivan demonstrated exceptional performance as a 2nd Squad, Landward Security team member. He provided around the clock force protection and security while working with the United States Army Security Forces and was instrumental in securing over 1.5 billion dollars worth of United States and Coalition Forces equipment. Working arduous hours under austere conditions, he screened over 4,000 third country nationals and over 2,000 vehicles for improvised explosive devices, weapons, and other contraband to ensure security at the Sea Port of Debarkation, Kuwait. Sergeant Sullivan's performance during this time period brings great credit upon himself, the 81st Brigade Combat Team, the Washington Army National Guard and the United States Army.







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