FOR MERITORIOUS SERVICE AS THE ARMY RESERVE ADMINISTRATOR FOR THE 412TH CIVIL AFFAIRS BATTALION HEADQUARTERS AND HEADQUARTERS COMPANY DURING THE BATTALION'S SOLDIER READINESS PROCESSING EVENT FROM 15 JUNE TO 20 AUGUST 2019. STAFF SERGEANT ROBERT PAULSON'S ASTUTE ATTENTION TO DETAIL RESULTED 122 SOLDIERS BEING PROCESSED AND AN INCREASED MEDICAL READINESS FOR THE BATTALION. STAFF SERGEANT PAULSON'S ABILITY TO COORDINATE AND LIAISON WITH OUTSIDE UNITS AND MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS WAS A MAJOR FACTOR IN THE SUCCESS OF THE UNIT DURING THIS TIME. STAFF SERGEANT PAULSON'S ACTIONS BRING CREDIT UPON HIMSELF, THE 412TH CIVIL AFFAIRS BATTALION (AIRBORNE) AND THE UNITED STATES ARMY.
As unit deployment management team member, the outstanding professional skill, leadership, and ceaseless efforts of Sergeant Davidson resulted in major contributions to the effectiveness and success of global contingency deployments as well as home station support. Staff Sergeant Davidson's extensive knowledge of the LOGMOD program enabled his unit to process over 200 personnel through the Brigade deployment processing line along with accompanying cargo with zero discrepancies while showcasing the unit's worldwide deployment capability. Furthermore, Sergeant Davidson oversaw the purchase of $20,000 in mobility equipment for 69 deployers, enabling them to support Joint Expeditionary Force missions. The singularly distinctive accomplishments of Sergeant Davidson reflect great credit upon himself, the North Carolina Army National Guard and the United States Army.
As PERSCO Team Chief, Sergeant Hill provided exceptional service to over 500 Active Duty, Reserve, and Guard warfighters engaged in Operations ENDURING and IRAQI FREEDOM and Operation NEW DAWN. He provided personnel support for base and transient Soldiers, expediting deployment processing and intertheater travel while ensuring 100 percent accountability, efficiently providing leadership with critical operational plans and personnel strength requirements. His dedication enabled the 385th Air Expeditionary Group to successfully deliver over 101 million pounds of cargo directly to front-line battle units and offload over 20 million pounds of fuel to aircraft supporting Overseas Contingency Operations. Finally, Sergeant Hill spearheaded a comprehensive review of Unit Type Codes for deployed and in-place forces assigned to Incirlik Air Base. His assessment drove the realignment of 120 personnel positions to the appropriate Attached Personnel Accounting Symbols, giving leadership a clearer picture of available manpower. The singularly distinctive accomplishments of Sergeant Hill reflect great credit upon himself, the 39th Force Support Squadron and the United States Army.