FOR EXCEPTIONALLY MERITORIOUS SERVICE AS NUTRITION CARE SPECIALIST IN 121ST COMBAT SUPPORT HOSPITAL'S KEY RESOLVE 2009. PFC OCAMPO'S DEDICATION RESULTED IN EXCELLENT LOGISTICAL SUPPORT TO THE HOSPITAL'S WARTIME MISSION. HIS OUTSTANDING MANAGEMENT AND TECHNICAL SKILLS ENSURED CONTINUED MISSION ACCOMPLISHMENT OF THIS DIVERSE HOSPITAL AND ITS CONSOLIDATED DINING FACILITY. HIS ABILITY TO BALANCE HIS RESPONSIBILITIES AS SHIFT LEADER, DRIVER, AND DINING FACILITY SUPERVISOR RESULTED IN MAXIMUM READINESS FOR THE UNIT. PFC OCAMPO'S PERFORMANCE OF DUTY BRINGS DISTINCT CREDIT UPON HIMSELF, THE 121ST COMBAT SUPPORT HOSPITAL, AND THE UNITED STATES ARMY.
Sergeant Casey supervised the preparation of 1,300 hot meals feeding 100 Soldiers over the course of two weeks, he was also responsible for the procurement of raw food items valued at more than $20,000.00. Sergeant Casey's attention to detail and dedication to the mission enabled the hospital to maintain the standards of food safety and meal accountability. Sergeant Casey organized unscheduled food service for temporary patients and demonstrated efficiency, managerial skill, and leadership while mentoring the lower enlisted in the practical organization of expedient field kitchen service. His attention to detail resulted in a safe worksite and his culinary skills reinforced the morale and readiness of the troops. Sergeant Casey's diligent actions bring great credit upon himself, the 7207th Medical Support Unit and the United States Army.
Sergeant Casey actively contributed to the inspection of over 20 million dollars worth of subsistence on KAF, which has a population of approximately 26,000 personnel and includes military, civilian contractors, and third country nationals. He conducted more than 600 ISP inspections for 16 facilities over a nine month assignment. He also performed 88 recipient inspections for two prime vendor warehouses and assisted in nine sanitary inspections for outlying FOBs/COPs. Sergeant Casey's diligent actions bring great credit upon himself, the 7207th Medical Support Unit and the United States Army.