FOR EXCEPTIONAL ACHIEVEMENT WHILE SUPPORTING THE 372ND QUARTERMASTER GROUP BATTALION (PS) DURING CSTX AT FORT HUNTER LIGGET. YOUR SUPPORT PROVIDED ACCURATE AND REALISTIC EFFECTS AND DEVELOPED AN ENVIRONMENT CONDUCIVE TO TRAINING WARFIGHTERS. YOUR SELFLESS SERVICE REFLECTS GREAT CREDIT UPON YOU, THE 655TH TRANSPORTATION COMPANY, THE 372ND QUARTERMASTER BATTALION (PS) AND THE UNITED STATES ARMY RESERVE.
Sergeant Smith enabled cross-border movement of U.S. assets by conducting route reconnaissance, setting up refueling points, halt areas, accommodations, and assisting with the application of support contracts. In addition, he assisted allies with qualified forklift operators and platforms that saved them hours of labor and negated the need to unload and break down stores and equipment by hand. Sergeant Smith's outstanding achievements and devotion to duty reflect favorably upon himself, the Support Group Transport Section and the United States Army.
As Transportation Coordinator, he demonstrated a mature and direct cognitive decision matrix well above his rank. SPC Jones' high personal standards, meticulous attention to detail, and strong desire for excellence attested to his superior performance throughout his tenure in Task Force Sinai, earning himself TFS's Sustainer of the Week.
For meritorious service in support of XXXXXXXXXXXXX. As Transportation Coordinator, he worked around the clock tracking all of 1175th Trans HET convoys from Kuwait to Iraq and back. SGT Condoza established the Tactical and Logistical Operating Center with only the equipment that he brought and traffic began to flow inbound within hours of his arrival. His experience, planning and coordination supported three transportation companies in the completion of over thirty critical missions. The accomplishments of SGT Condoza bring great credit upon himself, the 226 QM Company and the United States Army.
Outstanding achievement as Transportation Coordinator in support of 354th Movement Control Battalion from XXXXXX to XXXXXXX. During this period, SPC Hogwarth demonstrated a thorough understanding of and dedication to Movement Control Operations. SPC Hogwarth ensured each convoy element leaving Tactical Assembly Area (TAA) Schnoover was checked for convoy clearance and driver's license to ensure compliance with tactical standards of operations. The accomplishments of SPC Hogwarth bring great credit upon himself, the 385th Movement Control Team and the United States Army.