Medals and awards.

by:Y&M Crafts     2019-08-11
MeritCAPT Patrick A legion.
Elliott, SC, USN, Inspector General, Naval Supply Systems Command, mechanical Fort, Pa.
From August 2002 to April2004. CAPT Robert G.
Nani, SC, USN ,(
Venus in place of the third prize)
Office Director, Navy supply system command, Pa.
Between September 2002 and February 2004
National Defense Medal winner Victor D.
Blanco, SC, USN, project manager, Defense Contract Management Agency Raytheon, Defense Contract Management Agency East, January 2001-September 2003. CDR Jeffery J. Cox, SC, USN, (
Oak leaf cluster instead of secondment)
Senior financial project analyst, Office of Auditor General of the National Defense logistics administration, Belfort, Va.
From November 2000 to march4.
Anthony P. Medal of Merit
Cafas, SC, USN ,(
Replace the seconded Venus)
US air force commander Air Supply preparation officerS.
From July 2002 to August 2003, the Pacific Fleet of Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. CDR Louis E.
Zodannu, SC, USNR ,(
Replace the seconded Venus)
Operational support officer, Norfolk Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, Va.
Between July 2001 and May 2004
Joint Service Commendation MedalBridges Jr.
CJ-assistant material ReadinessOfficer, USN
Bureau 4 of the Joint Task Force--
Horn of Africa, May 2003-November 2003.
Navy and Marine Corps Commendation MedalSS)Albert W. Aumack, Jr. , USN, (
Venus in place of fifth place)
From December 2000 to 2003, master\'s training specialist, naval food management team, Pearl Harbor Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, Hawaii. SK2 Maria E.
Delgado, USN, San Diego, California, United States of America, supply acceleration, Fleet and Industrial Supply Center coast intermediate maintenance event site
Between April 2002 and March 2004MSC (SW)Ernesto P. Garcia, USN, (
Instead of Venus in Cedar ward)
Chief restaurant expert at Pearl Harbor (LSD 52)
Between August 2001 and August 2003LCDR William E. Graves, Jr.
S. logistics officer and business/contract officer SC, USNRS.
From January 2000 to August 2003, Japan\'s Atsugi Naval Aviation Pacific repair facility. CDR Craig L. Herrick, USN, (
Venus in place of the fourth prize)
Supply Officer, Supply Department, U. S. Navy Peleliu (LHA 5)
ToMarch 2004, August 2003. SHCS (SW/AW)Learie O. Holder, USN, (
Replace the seconded Venus)
USSKearsarge, Chief Petty Officer, sales and service department (LHD 3)
Between January 2003 and December 2003LT Scott D.
Logan, SC, USN (
Venus in place of the fourth prize)
Aircraft engine manager and defense priorities and grants (DPAS)
Officer, Naval Aviation Systems Command, Paterson River, Maryland
In April 2002, 2004 per cent. SKCS (SW/AW)Roque F.
S. Navy, nakalaban (
Instead of Venus in Cedar ward)
S. Navy Chief of inventory control officer (CVN 68)
Between March 2001 and March 2004SKCS (SW/AW)Peter D. Nwosu, USN, (
Replace the seconded Venus)
Aircraft carrier Kearsarge inventory control chief sergeant (LHD3)
Between January 2002 and February 2004MSMC (SW)Timothy J. Ponder, USN, (
Instead of Venus in Cedar ward)
From September 1999 to December 2003, the head of the naval food management team of Pearl Harbor Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, Hawaii. CDR Douglas W.
CEC der, CEC, USNR, project manager, fuel and facilities department, Pearl Harbor Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, Hawaii, July 2003-November 2003.
Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal SK2 (SW)
Benedict Ho Baron (United States of America)
Instead of Venus in Cedar ward)
From October 2000 to October 2003, the owner of the Support Department, Fleet and Industrial Supply Center of Pearl Harbor Shipyard, Hawaii. SK1 (SCW)Carlito G.
United States Navy Buena Vista (
Venus in place of fifth place)
, Assistant team of sourcing and material source solutions, San Diego, California, Fleet and Industrial Supply Center shore maintenance event site
From February 2003 to april2007. SK1 (SW)Ernesto A. Cabero, USN, (
Venus in place of the fourth prize)
San Diego, California, quality assurance leading sergeant, Fleet and Industrial Supply Center coast intermediate maintenance event site
Between December 2002 and April 2004SK2 Ronel U.
On May 2003, the logistical support representative of the Pearl Harbor Fleet and Industrial Supply Center of Hawaii, Catbagan, USNR, toSeptember 2003. DK1 Nickie C. Chance, USNR, (
Venus in place of the third prize)
Deputy payment officer and chief petty officer, Kearsarge (LHD3)
Between June 2003 and February 2004SH2 (SW)Timothy A. Cox, USN, (
Venus in place of the fifth prize)
Retail director and recorder Kearsarge (LHD 3)
In July 2002, 2004 per cent. SK2 Merben R.
On November 2000, the shipyard support Department of Pearl Harbor Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, Hawaii, USN Lagua, toNovember 2003. ENS Walter L. Laptew, USNR, (
Venus in place of the fourth prize)
Inventory control officer, Supply Department, U. S. Navy Peleliu (LHA 5)
August2003 to March 2004. SK1 (SW)Roy G. Mahala, USN, (
Venus in place of the fourth prize)
From November 2000 to November 2003, the shipyard support Department of the Pier Port Fleet and Industrial Supply Center of Hawaii.
Michael Owen.
Osorio, SC, USNR ,(
Silver Star instead of the sixth prize)
Assistant logistics officer, Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, San Diego, California
Between April 2003 and March 2004
Ferdinand M.
From December 2000 to December 2003, Panlaqui, USN, of the Support Department, Fleet and Industrial Supply Center of Pearl Harbor Shipyard, Hawaii, led the Expeditor, warehouse keeper and second class keeper. ENS Lawrence S. Watkins, USN, (
Venus in place of the seventh prize)
Hazardous materials officer and assistant general store officer, supplier Department, United States Navy Peleliu (LHA 5)
Between August 2003 and March 2004
Volunteer service for outstanding soldiersSW)Roy G. Mahala, Jr.
From November 2000 to November 2003, Pearl Harbor Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, Hawaii.
From November 2000 to November 2003, Roy Mahara, Jr. , Pearl Harbor Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, Hawaii, USN.
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