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o directed 45 base Change of Command, retirements, and promotion ceremonies
o QC'd over 200 products/venue setups; upheld and maintained Army standards and tradition
o Co-chaired Base Open House; prepared $60,000 Commander's DV Chalet and parking, designed tickets and invitations, honored 667 guests
o supported and coordinated over 200 command events in a high pressure Protocol environment, including high profile visits by the President of Poland, the Princess of Luxembourg, and the SACT Change of Command, in addition to several conference events attended by the highest level NATO officials
o created and maintained an extensive Protocol database with information on over 1,000 personnel which greatly improved the efficiency of the Protocol department
o served as facilitator to SACLANT Conference Room and SACT Auditorium, providing administrative and technical support to over 500 NATO meetings and conferences
o assisted the leadership in preparation and planning of the USAGJ Hispanic Heritage Month Observance; conducted research and worked with Protocol to ensure information was appropriate to the Observance
o ensured optimum resourcing of the $100,000 Official Representation Funds budget; purchased, tracked, and distributed 1200 official gifts
o initiated 223 DV and 662 billet nights for 3 Commands and 11 tenant commands
o researched DV preferences and established a local OI for standardizing precedence and level of recognition
Military Liaison Office, U.S. Embassy, Warsaw, Poland.
Staff Sergeant Carter's outstanding professional skill, knowledge, and leadership aided immeasurably in organizing the Congressional Delegation visit led by Representative Robert Wittman to Warsaw, Poland. Staff Sergeant Carter's tireless efforts and constant involvement ensured that the five visiting delegates of the U.S. House of Representatives were able to successfully assess the readiness of U.S. and NATO forces within Poland.
Master Sergeant Auble displayed exceptional leadership, poise, and diligence in coordinating and implementing 225 official events critical to fostering domestic and international relationships with joint services, foreign Armies, other senior government officials. He acted as an Ambassador on behalf of the Army and the Nation while hosting dignitaries from multiple nations, demonstrating superior knowledge of diplomatic protocol.
SERGEANT YOUNG WAS OVERALL RESPONSIBLE FOR OVER 60 EXCEPTIONAL LUNCHEONS AND RECEPTIONS AND THE EXECUTION OF OVER 150 DISTINGUISHED VISITOR ITINERARIES.