• He led seven USSTRATCOM Joint Color Guard events attended by General Officers, Flag Officers, and elected officials, receiving an impact award for his outstanding leadership.
  • He was awarded the Maryland Commendation Medal for his exceptional achievement while serving on the Firing Party for the funeral of the former Adjutant General for Maryland.
  • He traveled over 10,000 miles as a member of the Military Honors Detail, conducting 88 services with utmost dedication.
  • He ranked in the top 1% of 25 guardsmen, receiving recognition from Battalion leadership for his outstanding professionalism, dress, and appearance.
  • He successfully completed over 1,100 Military Affairs (MA) missions during his tour of service in the Old Guard.
  • He was one of the 27 soldiers in the Regiment to earn his Expert Infantryman Badge (EIB), demonstrating his exceptional skill and proficiency.
  • He consistently attended all Honor Guard rehearsals and ceremonies during his off-duty time, displaying a selfless commitment to tradition.
  • He served as a color guard member for the US Army Garrison at Picatinny Arsenal, representing precision and professionalism in his role as the US flag bearer at WLC (Warrior Leader Course) graduation, embodying the traits of a ceremonial guardsman.
  • He participated in numerous color guard events to support the Garrison Command, contributing to the ceremonial and official functions of the installation.
  • He served as a color guard member for the Annual Picatinny Arsenal Holiday Ball, adding a sense of dignity and honor to the occasion.
  • In the absence of leadership, he assumed the role of Military Funeral Honors NCOIC, effectively leading and coordinating the funeral detail.
  • He developed a sense of teamwork, loyalty, and initiative in his subordinates, fostering a strong and cohesive unit.
  • He exceeded standards as an Honor Guard member during the 515th CSSB (Combat Sustainment Support Battalion) retirement ceremony, contributing to a memorable and dignified event.
  • He provided outstanding service to the funeral detail and honored fallen comrades as a member of the firing squad, paying tribute with the utmost respect and professionalism.
  • He was recognized as the senior state trainer for the Nevada Army National Guard Military Funeral Honors program, demonstrating expertise and leadership in training others for their important duties.
  • He delivered a precision performance as a color guard member during the 515th CSSB Dining-in, receiving praise from leadership for his flawless execution.
  • He displayed a sharp military image as a formation member during the 515th Change of Command ceremony, exemplifying discipline and military bearing.
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