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Thanks for your contributions!
It's important to recognize people and organizations when they make an effort to help us or make a significant contribution to a mission or cause. It's just basic manners and it's good for morale. Below are examples of expressions of gratitude, ranging from informal, simple, and heartfelt to the more traditional and formal expressions of recognition and appreciation.
Also, see Letters of Appreciation
For your outstanding support of the departure ceremony, held xxxx, for the Soldiers and Families of the 164th Air Defense Artillery. Your continued support and logistic provisions significantly enhanced the execution of this event. Your contributions enable our Soldiers to complete their missions at the highest levels. We want to thank you for a job well done and are proud to recognize your personal sacrifice to our Soldiers who preserve our Nations Security. Blazing Skies!
Mr. Shareiff M. Robinson the Army Publishing Directorate Media Distribution Division (APDMDD), Army Headquarters Services (AHS), Office of the Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the Army (AASA) wishes to express our sincere appreciation for your support of the Army mission during the years of November 2014 through July 2019. Your support was vital in assisting with security patches, database maintenance, Web design, and Windows 10 deployment. We recognize the achievements within our workforce and greatly appreciated your sacrifice. We want to thank you for a job well done and look forward to your continued success in the future.
The Garrison Command Team wishes to express our sincere appreciation for your selfless support to the CSJTC facilities and training areas during the Vigilant Guard event. Your support was instrumental in ensuring the success of this event.
In recognition for your dedicated support to the 173rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team (Airborne) and U.S. Army Africa as a fellow member of the greater Army logistics enterprise. Your exceptional support and friendly service to the warfighter is exemplary. Your hard work and dedication to a strong partnership with the 173rd Brigade Logistics Support Team is truly appreciated.
CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION
The people of Kelantan earnestly express our deepest appreciation and gratitude to
for your dedicated aid and effort during the flood relief activities in Kelantan.
USTAZ DATO HAJI AHMAD BIN YAKOB, S. J. M. K., D. J. M. K. ( KELANTAN ) ]Chief Minister Of Kelantan State, Malaysia.
The 3rd Special Forces Group (Airborne) wishes to express our sincere appreciation for your selfless support to our Soldiers and Family members during our annual Harvest Festival. Your support was instrumental in ensuring the success of this event. We are proud to recognize your ongoing mission of caring for the service men and women who sacrifice so much by serving in the United States Military.
The Black Sea Area Support Team Morale, Welfare, and Recreation wishes to express our sincere appreciation for your support of the MWR Operation during the Multi-Modal Exercise from 12 October 2013 to 24 October 2013. Your support was instrumental in keeping the MWR Facilities open 24/7 by personally covered staffing gap caused by Government shut down. Soldiers, Marines, Airmen, and Sailors were not affected and the MWR facilities were open all the time. We are proud to recognize your ongoing mission of caring for the service men and women who sacrifice so much by serving in the United States Military.
The Command Team at the Andrew Rader US Army Health Clinic wishes to express our sincere appreciation for your Selfless Support to our Soldiers. Your outstanding contributions enable our Soldiers to complete their missions at the highest level of satisfaction. We are proud to recognize your personal sacrifice to our Soldiers who preserve our Nations Security. Rader Pride. One Team!
For your outstanding support in recognition of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month 2006 observance, "Unity in Freedom", held 12 May 2006, 6th Area Support Group, Stuttgart, Germany. Your logistical and operational skills significantly enhanced the execution of this event and gave the audience a better perspective into the Asian Pacific culture. I want to thank you for a job well done and look forward to your continued success in the future.
Ms Smith has distinguished herself by putting the needs of everyone above herself, never faltering when others needed her help or advice. She has accompanied us on multiple deployments to stations around the world, far from family and support, where she endured lonliness, loss of career, hostile fire, less than desirable living conditions, and never ending demands on her time. Ms Smith braved numerous missions and navigated unchartered airports alone, without benefit of support, with courage and bravery that inspired and sustained those who depended on her. She kept the troops supplied with nourishment, clean and serviceable clothing and was often the only person with the maturity to make unpopular but necessary command decisions. The heroic accomplishments of Ms Smith serve as an example to all who knew her and reflect great credit upon herself, the Wolverines, and the United States Army.
For your outstanding support and recognition of United States Service Members on Veterans' Day, 11 November 2010. Your coloring and writing skills and your thoughtful expressions of appreciation significantly enhanced the morale and sense of duty of your class's service member parents. I want to thank you for a job well done. You remembered us. We will remember you.
For your diligent support of the 214th Field Artillery during Desert Star 2010. As a contributing member of the 214th Special Operations division, your actions provided accurate and reliable analysis and communications support to deployed warfighters and were critical to the success of the exercise. Your contributions serve as a sterling example for all, reflect great credit upon yourself and have earned the undying gratitude of the 214th Field Artillery and the Seventh Army.