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ARNG Award Section

This page is intended to serve as an index for ARNG state awards and narratives. At this time, we don't have many but as we receive them, I will add them here and, if there is interest and we get enough, will add pages to host them as necessary. It's possible that it's better not to separate them from the active duty examples.



Unknown Award

For superior performance and exemplary service while performing as Range Safety and Movement NCO during Annual Training 2008. His hard work and enthusiasm during range operations ensured safety standards were met while his attention to detail as Movement NCO enabled Soldiers and trainers precise and timely maneuver. His assistance during Convoy Operations aided in the successful achievement of all training requirements. His contributions were instrumental in the daily training of all Soldiers during Annual Training 2008. Such excellent performance reflects great credit upon himself, his unit, and the Tennessee Army National Guard.



Unknown Award

SPC Silva left her civilian occupation to serve as administrative support for Task Force Mountain Sentinel (TFMS) from 20140513 thru 20140829. She rapidly and successfully acquired many administrative skills and tasks that fall outside her Military Occupation of 92Y to directly contribute to the rapidly changing Task Force. An enthusiastic and capable worker, SPC Silva brought a can-do attitude with her routinely infecting those around her and contributing to the Esprit de Corp.



Unknown Award

Specialist Underwood inherited duties and responsibilities far above his rank and completed all required tasks with proficiency. His familiarization with both loading and tie down procedures has made him a valuable asset and outstanding Soldier for the 1176TH. He insured that 75 pieces of equipment were shipped out on line haul for units from California, Michigan, and Florida. He did so with no accidents to personal or equipment.



Unknown Award

FOR EXCEPTIONALLY MERITORIOUS SERVICE FROM 24 AUGUST 1972 THROUGH 18 MAY 2011. CSM JOE'S ACTIONS THROUGHOUT HIS CAREER RESULTED IN EXCEPTIONAL CONTRIBUTIONS AND WERE VITAL TO THE SUCCESS AND MISSION ACCOMPLISHMENT OF THE UNITS HE SERVED WITH. CSM JOE EXEMPLIFIED THE ARMY VALUES BY STRIVING FOR EXCELLENCE AND BY PLACING THE MISSION AND SOLDIERS BEFORE HIMSELF. HIS CONDUCT OVER TWENTY-THREE YEARS OF SERVICE AND HIS DEDICATION IS IN KEEPING WITH THE FINEST TRADITIONS OF MILITARY SERVICE AND REFLECT GREAT CREDIT UPON HIMSELF, HIS UNIT, THE WASHINGTON ARMY NATIONAL GUARD, AND THE UNITED STATES ARMY.



Achievement Medal

FOR MERITORIOUS ACHIEVEMENT DURING ANNUAL TRAINING 2011. SGT SMITH'S DESIRE TO ACHIEVE THE HIGHEST STANDARDS DURING MILITARY POLICE SKILLS AND WEAPONS TRAINING PROVED TO BE THE BEST IN HIS UNIT. HIS EFFORTS DURING ANNUAL TRAINING 2011 HAVE GREATLY IMPROVED THE UNITS ABILITY TO PERFORM GARRISON LAW AND ORDER MISSIONS. HE IS A CREDIT TO HIS UNIT AND THE ALABAMA ARMY NATIONAL GUARD.



National Guard Individual Achievement Ribbon

For superior performance and exemplary service while performing as Range Safety and Movement NCO during Annual Training 2008. His hard work and enthusiasm during range operations ensured safety standards were met while his attention to detail as Movement NCO enabled Soldiers and trainers precise and timely maneuver. His assistance during Convoy Operations aided in the successful achievement of all training requirements. His contributions were instrumental in the daily training of all Soldiers during Annual Training 2008. Such excellent performance reflects great credit upon himself, his unit, and the Tennessee Army National Guard.







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