Community Involvement Award Bullets

SGT Smith volunteered to support the Principals Book of the Month reading program (PBoM). He displayed initiative and selfless service to ensure that communication was clear and concise between the volunteers and the program director at Glen Haven Elementary School. His enthusiasm and dedication to the PBoM significantly helped the planning and execution of the mission, allowing volunteers to be able to take part in our community. His involvement in the community promoted a positive image of Soldiers being viewed as role models.

From August 2018 to January 2019, Sergeant ______ volunteered 143 hours for the Virginia Beach Mustang Tiny Mites team as team mom. She collected and filled out 130 forms for each child, collected and turned in $4,800 for uniforms and fees, and distributed equipment to 26 players. She coordinated chalk and markers for home games and tracked Mandatory Play Requirements (MPR) for eight games. She guided players in learning competition, discipline, the importance of working hard, leadership, and how to work as a team.

From August 2015 through July 2016, Sergeant Pyle volunteered 500 hours over a 12 month period to start, manage and complete a cell phones for soldiers drive which collected over 2,000 Cell Phones for the Cell Phone for Soldiers Campaign. These phones, once collected, amounted to over 30,000 hours of call time for soldiers serving in war zones.

RANK/NAME selflessly volunteered 100 hours of his personal time to assist the local community. He demonstrated his devotion to the future of the Nation while working with the community's youth by being a positive role model and instilling the highest of morals in them. SSG Huliquist also dedicated five months to the children of Cub Scouts, Pack 404 as one of three Pack Leaders. His actions taught them valuable morals and are a direct reflection of his character and gives the public a glimpse of what it means to be a Soldier.

SPC L**** volunteered 88 hours of service to Fort Bliss and the local community. His involvement with the community's youth promoted a positive image of soldiers being viewed as role models. SPC L***** also dedicated 12 hours to the city of El Paso through the Fort Bliss Sergeant Audie Murphy Club and events such as the annual Trot For Tots. This event collected money for underprivileged children of El Paso.

Sergeant Doe enhanced the 119th Inland Cargo Transfer Company's image in the community by volunteering over 400 hours at the local elementary schools, actively engaging the students to assist with the lesson plans, assisting in the gym to keep the students active and orderly, and assisting the staff with everything from parent drop off at Alanton Elementary School, to helping with paperwork at John B. Dey Elementary School. His involvement in the community promoted a positive image of Soldiers being viewed as role models.

PFC *** has dedicated over 40 hours to improving US-ROK relations through community service. Her work includes serving with the Good Neighbor Program where she taught English to Korean students at Bongdeok Elementary School and providing Christmas gifts for the children at the Gumi Orphanage. In addition to helping out the community, she was also part of the relay for life walk to help raise funds for cancer research. She has proved time and time again that she will donate her free time to helping others.

SPC Johnson's loyalty to military Soldiers who never had a chance to return home and the friends and families of those who have served and continue to serve showed greatly during the Camp Buehring 5k Memorial Day candle light dedication. He spent the entire night prior setting up over 1,000 candles and assisted with the execution of the event, guiding Soldiers to the lit field. His efforts contributed greatly to the overall morale and welfare of the Soldiers and Civilians serving on Camp Buehring.

SPC Doe went above and beyond the call of duty by staying after duty hours to help with aircraft and hanger cleaning and set up for a Company Memorial Service. His attention to detail ensured all minor details were completed and that the Memorial started on time. Without his willingness to stay and finish the tasks the Service would have been delayed.

SSG Doe volunteered 88 hours of his off-duty time to provide concessions and clean-up support to the St. Louis Cardinals and the stadium. His actions and support contributed to raising over $7,500 for the Transportation Battalion to use for organizational and morale building events.

PFC Pine volunteered for the Unit Color Guard to support the local community and the local Veterans of Foreign Wars on numerous occasions. He aided his peers in Physical Training to improve APFT scores.

MSG M's eagerness and unmatched devotion directly led to the success of the numerous Camp Darby Military Community functions held between September 2014 and February 2015. He stepped up to the plate and organized the Spanish Heritage, Asian Pacific and Black History Month food tastings and enthusiastically coordinated the Thanksgiving Meal at Camp Darby.

On her on accord she went out and found orphanages with single mothers, ran the DMC Angel Tree ceremony and ensured donations for all children within the community was set up and attended by more than 50 Angel Tree ornaments. She assisted in the DMC Best Warrior Competition and held our monthly promotion board and Soldier and NCO of the Quarter competitions

In recognition for outstanding support to the Bavaria Military Community environmental program. His extraordinary efforts and accomplishments during this period reflect credit upon himself, the HHC Grafenwoehr and the Bavaria Military Community.

SPC K demonstrated her willingness to give back to the community while participating in the Christmas gift wrapping detail for Fort Sill. She wrapped patrons' presents at the Post Exchange in order to raise money for the Battalion Family Readiness Group.

For her dedication to her community and constant efforts to raise funds for those in need and assist those in distress with her involvement with the Food Bank.

SPC Loving volunteered his time to Camp We Can from 10-30 July 2016 and had a direct and positive impact on the military family community of Fort Campbell as well as the individual campers he was paired with. His contributions as a volunteer reflects favorably on himself and his Unit.

SPC Moses has done an outstanding job representing not only his unit but the Wisconsin Army National Guard by helping his local community and demonstrating exactly what the National Guard does as Citizen Soldiers. His dedication and commitment has proven him to be a model Soldier that sets the standards and is a fine example of what a lower enlisted Soldier should be.

For superior and exceptional performance while volunteering within both the community and the Wisconsin Army National Guard. SPC XXXX's outstanding job of representing not only HHT 1-105th CAV but all Soldiers alike reflects great credit upon himself and the Wisconsin Army National Guard.


Instrumental in forming a community youth soccer league and increasing participation to over 120 children. coached four soccer teams and over 35 children.

SSG Miller distinguished himself by volunteering to organize and support the Fourth of July and Liberation Day festivities for 2016 in the CNMI. His dedication to duty and willingness to support other local community offices demonstrates this Soldier's commitment to duty. SSG Miller volunteered over 200 hours over the course of 16 months of service to the children and the local community of Saipan. His involvement with the community's youth provided a positive image of soldiers as role models in the community.

SSG Miller volunteered to ensure that all Soldiers' families were looked after and that if there were any issues or concerns that they were addressed in a timely manner. SSG Miller's leadership and dilligence was recognized by families of deceased veterans, family members, soldiers killed in action and the general public.

SPC Laney provided exceptional community support by volunteering over 100 dedicated hours in support of the Designated Drivers of Colorado Springs organization. SPC Laney has tirelessly volunteered for this organization for over three months. SPC Laney is a valued team member providing support not only to the Soldiers of Fort Carson but also to the entire community.

He organized and established Kuwait Junior Enlisted Association (JEA) dedicating over 30 off duty man-hours, and was elected Presented of the JEA. As a member of the MWR committee he personally volunteered over 200 off duty man-hours. Helping with Camp Patriot beach cleanup, beach party, soccer field clean up and assisted with BBQ's and other Charlie Company functions.

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