If the MOS is not included, contributions will be listed below.
MERITORIOUS ACHIEVEMENT AS MEDICAL SUPPORT TO THE KANSAS ARNG STATE OCS PHASE 1 PROGRAM FROM 10 JUNE 2020 TO 25 JUNE 2020. SERGEANT CODY'S SELFLESS SERVICE AND DEVOTION TO DUTY WERE INDISPENSABLE TO THE SUCCESSFUL PROVISION OF MEDICAL SUPPORT AND SERVICES DURING ANNUAL TRAINING 2020. HIS DILIGENT EFFORTS PREVENTED HEAT INJURIES, TREATED MINOR AILMENTS, AND DIRECTLY SUPPORTED THE EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF OVER 100 OFFICER CANDIDATES. SERGEANT CODY'S ACTIONS ARE IN KEEPING WITH THE FINEST TRADITIONS OF MILITARY SERVICE AND REFLECT GREAT CREDIT UPON HIMSELF, THE 235TH REGIMENT, THE KANSAS ARMY NATIONAL GUARD AND THE UNITED STATES ARMY.
GENERAL DUTY CORPSMAN, NAVY SPECIAL WARFARE GROUP-1, LOGISTICS SUPPORT UNIT ONE, CORONADO CALIFORNIA, FROM 30 JUNE 2016 TO 30 AUGUST 2019. PETTY OFFICER GUERRERO SERVED AS GENERAL DUTY CORPSMAN PROVIDING MEDICAL SUPPORTING FOR 177 DAYS OF HIGH RISK TRAINING EVOLUTION SUPPORTING FOUR SEAL TEAMS TREATING MINIMAL TO LIFE THREATENING INJURIES RESULTING IN ZERO LOSS OF PERSONNEL AND COMPLETION OFF DEPLOYMENT READINESS REQUIREMENTS. INSTRUCTED 59 HOURS OF INTENSE CLASSROOM AND PRACTICAL MEDICAL APPLICATIONS IN TACTICAL COMBAT CASUALTY CARE FOR PRE DEPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS. QUALIFIED 25 SAILOR AND MARINES IN BLS RESULTING IN 100% HEART SAVER QUALIFICATION.
FOR MERITORIOUS SERVICE WHILE SERVING AS THE BREIFING STATION OIC DURING THE MFGI-WI EXCERCISE, FROM 05 MARCH TO 15 MARCH 2018. CAPTAIN WEISS DISTINGUISHED HIMSELF BY LEADING HIS TEAM IN OVER 40 HOURS OF ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT FOR THE 7212TH MEDICAL SUPPORT UNIT'S MISSION AT FT. MCCOY, WISCONSIN. HIS DEDICATION TO EXCELLENCE CULMINATED IN A SUCCESSFUL TRAINING MISSION. CAPTAIN WEISS' SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE AND DEDICATION REFLECTS GREAT CREDIT UPON HIMSELF, THE 7222ND MEDICAL SUPPORT UNIT, THE 7459TH MEDICAL BACKFILL BATTALION AND THE UNITED STATES ARMY RESERVES.
CAPTAIN JAUREZ PERFORMED IN AN EXTRAORDINARY MANNER DURING OPERATIONS AT THE NATIONAL TRAINING CENTER (NTC) IN FT. IRWIN, CA IN SUPPORT OF THE 4TH INFANTRY DIVISION 3ABCT BRIGADE PREPARATIONS FOR DEPLOYMENT. CAPTAIN JAUREZ RECEIVED SHORT-NOTICE NOTIFICATION THAT HE WOULD BE THE SOLE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PROVIDER DURING THE NTC ROTATION AND QUICKLY MADE THE NECESSARY PREPARATIONS TO MEET THE CHALLENGE AND EXCEEDED STANDARDS AND EXPECTATIONS. THE SUCCESS OF CAPTAIN JAUREZ'S PLAN OF TREATMENT OPERATIONS SET A NEW STANDARD FOR FUTURE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PROVIDERS THAT SUPPORT NTC OPERATIONS. CAPTAIN JAUREZ'S DEDICATION AND PROFESSIONAL EXCELLENCE REFLECT GREAT CREDIT UPON HIMSELF, THE ARMY RESERVE MEDICAL COMMAND AND THE UNITED STATES ARMY.
For meritorious service while serving in an ADVON party for the Battalion Weapon Qualification Range from 17 Aug - 19 Aug 2012. SGT Young distinguished himself by driving a tactical vehicle more than 600 miles to transport critical equipment needed for the range including hazardous cargo, weapons and ammunition. His dedication to duty and selfless service to his unit directly contributed to the success of this important mission. SGT Young's dedication and professional excellence reflect great credit upon himself, the 7232nd MSU, the Army Reserve Medical Command and the United States Army.
MERITORIOUS SERVICE AS HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL, WALTER REED NATIONAL MILITARY MEDICAL CENTER, NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION, FROM 22 MARCH 2018 TO 14 NOVEMBER 2020. DURING THIS PERIOD, SERGEANT FIRST CLASS ALICE MABRY PLAYED AN INTEGRAL ROLE IN BOTH DEVELOPING AND IMPLEMENTING THE ACUTE LOW BACK PAIN CARE PATHWAY IN THE NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION. SERGEANT MABRY SACRIFICED CLINICAL HOURS, TIME AWAY FROM HER FAMILY, AND OTHER OBLIGATIONS FOR WHICH SHE WAS RESPONSIBLE TO DEVELOP SEVERAL NOTEWORTHY INITIATIVES: ACUTE LOW BACK PAIN: SELF-CARE GUIDE FOR PATIENTS AND FAMILIES, CURRENTLY IN USE BY THE PATIENT CENTERED MEDICAL HOME AND PHYSICAL THERAPY, LOW BACK PAIN CARE PATHWAY POCKET GUIDE FOR PROVIDERS WHICH OUTLINES THE CARE PATHWAY AND RELEVANT REFERENCES, CARE PATHWAY AWARENESS LEVEL TRAINING MATERIALS, AND MOST IMPORTANTLY, THE LBP CARE PATHWAY MODEL WHICH IS UTILIZED ACROSS A VARIETY OF MILITARY HEALTH SYSTEM FACILITIES. DESPITE SEVERAL BARRIERS TO COMPLETE SUCCESS, SUCH AS A LACK OF FUNDING, LIMITED BUY IN FROM STAFF, AND A LACK OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT, SHE ASSISTED IN MOVING EFFORTS FORWARD BY PROVIDING HER CLINICAL AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERTISE THAT ULTIMATELY YIELDED THE DELIVERABLES THAT WILL SERVE AS A MODEL FOR FUTURE CARE PATHWAY EFFORTS. SERGEANT MABRY'S SELFLESS SERVICE, PROFESSIONALISM, AND DEDICATION TO DUTY ARE IN KEEPING WITH THE FINEST TRADITIONS OF MILITARY SERVICE AND REFLECT GREAT CREDIT UPON HERSELF, THE WALTER REED NATIONAL MILITARY MEDICAL CENTER AND THE UNITED STATES ARMY.
For Heroism in connection with operations against an armed hostile force in Honduras, Central America. Specialist Merrill distinguished himself while serving as NCOIC of field medics and Security NCOIC with Operation Blazing Trails. On March 25th 1987, Specialist Merrill was accompanying the water purification team when he observed a squad of hostile forces entering their area of operation. Specialist Merrill along with a host nation soldier neutralized the squad of thirteen hostile forces using hand to hand combat and small arms fire. Specialist Merrill and the host nation soldier stayed on scene to ensure the threat was over while the water purification team returned to Camp Oso Grande. Specialist Merrill's bravery, skills and determination for the safety of his soldiers and exemplary devotion to duty are in keeping with the highest traditions of military service and reflect great credit upon himself and the United States Army.