FOR MERITORIOUS SERVICE AS AN ARMY NURSE SUPPORTING THE 4010TH UNITED STATES ARMY HOSPITAL. SGT GO'S EFFORTS IN THE PLANNING, COORDINATION, AND EXECUTION OF THE UNIT'S MISSION TO PROVIDE ROLE 1 REAL WORLD MEDICAL SUPPORT TO OVER 1,000 SUPPORT AND TRAINING PERSONNEL DURING WAREX 78-16-01 WERE KEY TO ITS SUCCESS. SGT GO'S ACTIONS REFLECT GREAT CREDIT UPON HERSELF, THE 4010TH UNITED STATES ARMY HOSPITAL, SOUTHEAST MEDICAL AREA READINESS GROUP, THE ARMY MEDICAL COMMAND, AND THE UNITED STATES ARMY RESERVES.
SGM Soldier has distinguished herself as "The Best of the Best" for her considerable contribution of professional excellence to mission accomplishment for CBWTU-AL. SGM Soldier possesses an invaluable source of knowledge and skills which is critical to the Triad Team's efforts. In addition, SGM Soldier projects a high level of energy, enthusiasm, and a commitment to yield successful outcomes for our WTs. SGM Soldier's exceptional performance, professionalism and dedication to duty reflect great credit on her, CBWTU-AL and the United States Army.
After National Guard Team 3 leadership identified a pressing need for more immediate medical care of their 133 Airmen and Soldiers, Captain Davidson, a medical nurse, spontaneously volunteered to fill the role. He procured authorization for required supplies from a local clinic by assembling a list of expected requirements and proposing the idea through Joint Operations Center, Oregon Military Department, resulting in preventative care and mitigating treatment of maladies common to long, arduous hours on rough terrain. Furthermore, he stood up and operated a foot clinic that undoubtedly kept firefighters on their feet and in the field accomplishing their mission. Captain Davidson's extraordinary efforts and accomplishments during this period reflect credit upon himself, the Oregon National Guard and the United States Army.
Captain Manor performed in the role of an Assistant Clinical Nurse OIC (ACNOIC). For the past year, he has done so soundly, exhibiting selfless service by logging in countless extra hours in an effort to ensure successful and efficient day-to-day operations and satisfactory patient experiences. He has become extremely proficient with determining support staff requirements and assignments while also optimizing all available resources to his advantage. Captain Manor's extraordinary efforts and accomplishments during this period reflect credit upon himself, the Internal Medicine Clinic and the United States Army.
Captain Holmes worked in the capacity of a Public Health and Health promotions nurse. She was responsible for formatting all of the Community Health Promotion Council (CHPC) data for the 65th MED BDE. She also coordinated and taught the STI segment of the newcomers' brief for all incoming personnel to Korea. Additionally, she acted as a coordinator for the P3T program, and as an LPN, performed as an RN, maintaining a high degree of work ethic and professionalism. Captain Holmes' selfless efforts and notable accomplishments during this period reflect credit upon herself, the 121st Combat Support Hospital (CSH) and the United States Army.