Meritorious service while serving as Counterintelligence and Human Intelligence Agent, 5th Battalion (MI), 104th Regiment, 102d Training Division, United States Army Reserve Command from XXXXXXXX to XXXXXXXX. During this period, Master Sergeant Able transformed and modernized Counter Intelligence activities and training in support of National and Service level Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Joint Special Mission Units CI programs. His efforts enabled Army training to meet National joint certification standards, implementing service-level CI policies for the United States Navy and Marine Corps, and enhancing CI support to the Fleet and operational units. In addition, Sergeant Able's direct support to DoD CI efforts through multiple deployments enhanced over 88 operational missions for the Army, Navy, and Special Operations community. Master Sergeant Able's dedication and devotion to duty is in keeping with the finest traditions of the Army and reflects great credit upon himself, the 102d Training Division and the United States Army.
Outstanding achievement while serving as Counterintelligence Agent, 629th Expeditionary Military Intelligence Battalion, 58th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, Operating Base Fenty, Afghanistan, from XXXXXXXX to XXXXXXXX. When the entire Counterintelligence Team (CIT) 222 was quarantined for 14 days due to COVID-19 during Operation Resolute Support, Sergeant Velveeta's dedication, leadership and devotion to mission success sustained operations while adhering to quarantine regulations. He overcame all obstacles to continue to produce and deliver timely intelligence reports, and maintained continuous contact with command staff. Sergeant Velveeta's selfless efforts allowed CIT 222 to maintain rapport with the community and to continue to gather valuable intelligence. Sergeant Velveeta's sterling performance reflects great credit upon himself, the 58th Infantry Brigade Combat Team and the United States Army.
Meritorious service while serving as Intelligence Analyst, 4th Detachment, 2500th Military Intelligence Group, Jacksonville Naval Air Station from XXXXXXXX to XXXXXXXX. During this period, Captain Martha Dalton tirelessly performed her duties and demonstrated her expertise by providing mission critical research and analysis on over a dozen Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV)s and counter Improvised Explosive Device schematics. Captain Dalton's extensive efforts and in-depth analysis resulted in the mitigation of enemy tactics and procedures and contributed to the safety and success of over 300,000 coalition forces. By her exceptional ability, personal initiative, and total dedication to duty, Captain Dalton reflected great credit upon herself, the 2500 MIG, the National Ground Intelligence Center and the United States Army.
FOR EXCEPTIONALLY MERITORIOUS SERVICE WHILE ASSIGNED AS THE OIR INTEL ANALYST DURING OPERATION INHERENT RESOLVE AND IN SUPPORT OF OPERATION SPARTAN SHIELD. SPECIALIST NIXON CONTRIBUTED TO THE SUCCESS OF THE OPERATION BY ENSURING COMMAND TEAMS WERE PROVIDED WITH TIMELY AND ACCURATE INTEL, RESULTING IN THE OVERALL SAFE COMPLETION OF THE FIGHT AGAINST ISIS. ADDITIONALLY, SPECIALIST NIXON ACTED ABOVE HIS PAY GRADE BY LEADING INTEL OPERATIONS FOR HIS ASSIGNED AO AND WAS DIRECTLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SUCCESS OF THE MISSION. SPECIALIST NIXON'S ACTIONS REFLECT GREAT CREDIT UPON HIMSELF, THE 38TH SUSTAINMENT BRIGADE, THE 38TH INFANTRY DIVISON, THE 1ST THEATER SUPPORT COMMAND AND THE INDIANA ARMY NATIONAL GUARD.