For notable achievement as SAMS-E Operator assigned to F Co, 199th BSB. While serving in this position, he turned in 4 million dollars in excess Class 9 parts, worked to organize all PLL to make it more efficient to maintain, helped to turn in the motorpool Ali Asad to the Base Command Group, and while assigned as the enviromental, HAZMAT, and Safety Officer for 3/156 maintenance, had no violations and no accidents. His diligent efforts and distinctive accomplishments reflect great credit upon himself, the 199th BSB and the United States Army.
Although having no experience with SAMS-E and working outside her assigned duties, Specialist Mays assumed responsibility for the SAMS-E system, from New Equipment Fielding, through on-the-job training, to operational use. Her can-do attitude and enthusiasm were vital to and a key factor in the program's success. While at MOB site, she personally performed over 800 driver's record update transactions on the SAMS-E, which was critical to the licensing of the battalion on the Caiman MRAPs prior to departure to Kuwait. Specialist Mays' extraordinary efforts and accomplishments during this period reflected credit upon herself, HHC 516th Signal Brigade and the United States Army.
For outstanding achievement as Automated Logistical Specialist in support of 418TH MLC 10th Combat Support Hospital. Specialist Morgan worked in support of the Bravo Company Medical Maintenance program in order to get SAMS1E operations underway. He updated over two hundred services and updated files going as far back as 2013. He also assisted with setting up the CAISI network which allowed the medical maintenance shop to conduct operations outside of the motorpool. His expertise with the SAMS-E helped identify and solve software errors which would have crippled motor pool operations and jeopardized the mission. Specialist Morgan's extraordinary efforts during this period reflected credit upon himself, 10th Combat Support Hospital and the United States Army.
For meritorious service while assigned as SAMS-E operator for 1st Battalion, 67th Armor Regiment. During this period, SPC Night's desire for knowledge and eagerness to succeed fostered a truly remarkable working environment. SPC Night ordered over $400,000 in necessary spare parts and ensured that all class IX parts were ordered and all faults updated in a timely manner. He also assisted in the turn in of over $150,000 worth of excess class IX parts. SPC Night's actions demonstrate an unmatched commitment to equipment readiness and ensured maintenance readiness. SPC Night's extraordinary efforts during this period reflected credit upon himself, the 67th Armor Regiment and the United States Army.
For professional achievement as SAMS-E Operator while assigned to the 67th Armor Regiment. SPC Night assisted with the Battalion's SAMS-E processing of more than 200 Job Orders. His exemplary handling of administrative matters attests to his professional knowledge, willingness to accept responsibility, attention to detail, and the ability to adapt himself to any assignment or situation. SPC Night's extraordinary efforts during this period reflected credit upon himself, the 67th Armor Regiment and the United States Army.
For professional achievement as primary operator for the SAMS E and Foxtrot Company's Supply operations. PFC Cody played an essential role in Foxtrot Company 6-52 ADA Shop Office as SAMS-1E and demonstrated a work ethic and level of responsibility that set him apart from his peers. His dedication and attention to detail contributed to 6-52 Air Defense Artillery successfully reporting Army Materiel Status System (AMSS) with a 100% equipment correlation between SAMS-1E and PBUSE. PFC Cody's diligent efforts during this period reflected credit upon himself, 6-52 Air Defense Artillery and the United States Army.
For professional achievement as SAMS-1 Clerk for TF 1-66. PFC Diaz single-handedly reorganized a battalion size SAMS-1 stockage listing and connex, providing new, properly formatted locations valued at over $500,000. In addition, he ordered class II, IV, and IX supply items and was a vital factor in the success of the PBO turn over of TPE items during a TOA. PFC Diaz' proactive actions during this period reflected credit upon himself, the 66th Armor Regiment and the United States Army.