MOS 68R Veterinary Food Inspection Specialist Awards

Food Inspector NCO

Provided food safety and sanitation information to the community during the National Food Safety Month

Effectively managed all aspects of the unit's food safety operations as the senior food inspection NCO without mission failure during his rating period

Cross-trained 68Ts on the technical aspects of food inspection, resulting in more Soldiers being available in case of food safety issues while undermanned

Consistently responded to complex tasking requirements from higher headquarters proactively and intelligently

Obtained an impressive zero finding rating with three observations during the FYXX MCP inspection of NCO Section.




Preventive Medicine Team Leader

SSG Jordan served exceptionally as a Preventive Medicine Team Leader. He supervised the efforts of one NCO and four Soldiers in constant motion across a battle space of over 60,000 square kilometers with 26 operating sites. His precise judgment and technical skill resulted in his team completing 42 base camp assessments, 245 sanitary inspections, and 70 food service inspections, directly preserving the health of a supported population exceeding 46,000 personnel.




VETERINARY FOOD INSPECTOR

IN RECOGNITION AND APPRECIATION FOR YOUR OUTSTANDING SUPPORT OF 445th MEDICAL DETACHMENT (VS) DURING WAREX 78-2011. YOUR CONTRIBUTION PLAYED A CRITICAL ROLE IN THE OVERALL SUCCESS OF THE EXERCISE. YOUR EXEMPLARY PERFORMANCE REFLECTS GREAT CREDIT UPON YOU, YOUR UNIT, AND THE UNITED STATES ARMY.




Veterinary Food Inspector

SPC Palmer displayed exceptional academic ability by acheiving a 95.5% GPA, which resulted in his placement on the Dean's List.

By completing 68R1O MOS school, SPC Palmer has helped improve the overall readiness of the unit.

By exceeding course standards, SPC Palmer has distinguished himself above his peers.




Health Protection Officer

Over a 6-month period, she voluntarily conducted numerous technical assist visits to the main operating base to assess and mitigate a severe weevil and rodent infestation of the central food holding and distribution warehouses for all ANA forces in Helmand and Nimroz Provinces. MSG Hunter's persistent efforts and unwavering dedication to our allies were directly responsible for salvaging at least $1,000,000 in Class I products vital to the sustainment of ANA forces in RC (SW). On her own initiative, MSG Hunter established and equipped an ANA pest control program to ensure that Afghan forces were able to sustain themselves after the scheduled ISAF withdrawal.




Veterinary Food Inspection Specialist

SGT Terrell was commended on the outstanding display of knowledge about the Public Health Command food mission during an unscheduled tour of the commissary.

SGT Terrell assisted with the coordination of the TMC Detachment unit urinalysis at Port Hueneme Naval Base. He provided urinalysis supplies and forms needed to accomplish the unit urinalysis mission.

SGT Terrell coordinated and facilitated training for the 7214th Army Reserve Unit at Port Hueneme Naval Base focusing on the importance of food storage, food safety and food defense during deployment.





WHILE SERVING AS PREVENTIVE MEDICINE TECHNICIAN ABOARD COOPERATIVE SECURITY LOCATION GHANA, SPECIAL PURPOSE MARINE AIR GROUND TASK FORCE CRISIS-RESPONSE AFRICA FROM 15 MARCH 2015 - 15 MAY 2015. DURING THIS PERIOD, PETTY OFFICER HEVENER PERFORMED 66 CAMP INSPECTIONS, DAILY BULK WATER TESTING, AND OVERSAW DAILY POLICE CALLS AND HYGEINE STATION PREPARATION WHICH REDUCED STANDING WATER AND DECREASED MOSQUITO BREEDING GROUNDS. IN ADDITION, HE CREATED INFORMATIONAL SIGNS TO EDUCATE 190 PERSONNEL ABOUT DISEASES AND THE DANGERS OF MOSQUITO BORNE DISEASE. FURTHER, HE ESTABLISHED 7 FLY BAIT STATIONS AND LED 2 WORKING PARTIES TO REMOVE WEEDS THROUGHOUT THE CAMP TO REDUCE INSECT GROWTH AND IMPROVE FIELD HYGEINE AND SANITATION. HIS EXCEPTIONAL PROFESSIONALISM, PERSONAL INITIATIIVE, AND LOYAL DEVOTION TO DUTY REFLECTED CREDIT UPON HIM AND WERE IN KEEPING WITH THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.




LEADING PETTY OFFICER FOR FORWARD DEPLOYED PREVENTIVE MEDICINE UNIT (FDPMU), CAMP BUEHRING, KUWAIT FROM AUGUST 20XX TO XXXXXX 20XX. PETTY OFFICER XXXXXX PERFORMED HER DUTIES IN AN EXEMPLARY AND HIGHLY PROFICIENT MANNER. SHE DEMONSTRATED DYNAMIC LEADERSHIP AND MANAGERIAL SKILLS IN THE OVERSIGHT OF OVER 1,500 FOOD AND SANITATION INSPECTIONS AND MISSIONS INCLUDING FOOD SAFETY SURVEILLANCE, FOOD VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENTS, AND WATER QUALITY ANALYSIS IN FIVE NORTHERN KUWAITI CAMPS IN SUPPORT OF OPERATION NEW DAWN. IN ADDITION, SHE PROVIDED DAILY SUPERVISION OF THE HEAT STRESS PROGRAM FOR THE UDAIRI RANGE COMPLEX AND INSTRUCTED XXX OFFICERS AND SENIOR ENLISTED SOLDIERS ON LEADERSHIP ROLES IN ENFORCING PREVENTIVE MEASURES FOR HEAT RELATED CASUALTIES. PETTY OFFICER XXXXXX'S EXCEPTIONAL PROFESSIONALISM, UNRELENTING PRESERVERANCE, AND LOYAL DEVOTION TO DUTY REFLECTED GREAT CREDIT UPON HER AND WERE IN KEEPING WITH THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.




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