Outstanding achievement while serving as volunteer medical staff during the U.S. medical Humanitarian and Civic Assistance mission to Taliouine, Morocco, from 13 October 2022 to 21 October 2022. During this period, Major Burns' tireless efforts during the planning and execution of this joint U.S. medical Humanitarian and Civic Assistance mission had a direct impact on its overall success. His ability to operate under the parameters of the Commander's intent and the mission facilitated the productive coordination of the staff functions and guided the administrative and operational momentum towards mission success. In addition, Major Burns exemplified the AMEDD Officer Corps' ability to accomplish multinational, multilingual, medical operations in austere environments anywhere across the globe. Finally, his efforts resulted in over 5,000 patients being treated for a variety of illnesses and dramatically improved international relations with the United States. Major Burns' outstanding achievements and devotion to duty reflect favorably upon himself, the Army Medical Department and the United States Army.
Outstanding achievement while serving as Civil Affairs Team Medic, forward deployed to Camp Singo, Uganda, from XXXXXXXXX to XXXXXXXXXX. While serving as Team Medic for Civil Affairs Team 6 (CAT-6), Sergeant Hoolihan set the example for her peers to emulate by meticulously overseeing the health and welfare of CAT-6 personnel. Her commitment to mission accomplishment contributed to CAT-6's successful completion of the CIMIC/CA Tactical training course two weeks ahead of schedule. Additionally, she served as an instructor and worked long hours researching, planning, and mentoring future CIMIC/CA Soldiers in the Ugandan Peoples Defense Forces. Further, she assisted in the training of over 70 soldiers from Ugandan Battle groups 25 and 26 prior to their deployment, increasing their effectiveness across a broad range of skills. Sergeant Hoolihan's outstanding achievements and devotion to duty reflect favorably upon herself, the 407th Civil Affairs Battalion and the United States Army.
EXCEPTIONAL LEADERSHIP AS FIRST SERGEANT ATTACHED TO JOINT TASK FORCE-INDIANA, COMMUNITY VACCINATION CENTER, GARY, INDIANA. MASTER SERGEANT CORLIONE WAS VITAL TO THE HEALTH, WELFARE, AND MORALE OF 129 PERSONNEL WHO ADMINISTERED MORE THAN 47,000 VACCINES TO INDIANA UNDERPRIVILEGED COMMUNITIES AND ADVANCED THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES' INITIATIVE OF NATIONWIDE IMMUNITY AMIDST A GLOBAL PANDEMIC. MASTER SERGEANT CORLIONE'S EXEMPLARY SERVICE IS IN KEEPING WITH THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF MILITARY SERVICE AND REFLECT GREAT CREDIT UPON HIMSELF, JOINT TASK FORCE-INDIANA AND THE UNITED STATES ARMY.