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RATE   (SW/AW)
FIRST, MIDDLE, LAST NAME
UNITED STATES NAVY

 

For services as set forth in the following:
CITATION:

 

 

 

Takes pleasure in commending

CRYPTOLOGIC TECHNICIAN COLLECTION THIRD CLASS
JOSHUA J. RODRIGUEZ
UNITED STATES NAVY

For services set forth in the following

CITATION

For outstanding performance of duty and extraordinary professionalism while

serving at Navy Information Operations Command Maryland from July 2013

through September 2013, resulting in his selection as Junior Sailor of the

Quarter for the fourth quarter of fiscal Year 2013. As the Combined Military

Planning and Access Strategies (COMPAS) Target Support Operations (TSO)

Target Vetting Analyst, he managed the vetting and processing of 20 target

packages and 114 individual targets with zero discrepancies and an on-time

return rate of 100%. Petty Officer Rodriguez s technical expertise and

diligence led the Crisis action team for emergency vetting requests to

support executive level priorities in response to violations of international

law. As Division Fitness Leader, facilitated organized physical training and

was directly responsible for the physical readiness and administrative

accountability for 25 sailors. Petty Officer Rodriguez s initiative and

dedication to duty reflect credit upon him, USTENTHFLEET and the United

States Navy. Congratulations!

 

For outstanding performance of duty while serving as Fleet Weather Division Assistant Forecast Duty Officer, Commander, U.S. SEVENTH Fleet from April 2014 to June 2014. Airman Flaschner consistently performed her demanding duties in an exemplary and highly professional manner, resulting in her selection as Blue Jacket of the Quarter, Third Quarter, Fiscal Year 2014. She meticulously prepared 120 Flag-level briefs critical to the effective mission planning and safety of SEVENTH Fleet ships, submarines, and aircraft. She produced a total of 20 environmental support slides for the highly visible Malaysian Airline MH370 and Korean Ferry HA/DR operations. She monitored 6 tropical systems and generated 30 real-time intensity reports to the COMSEVENTHFLT Commander & Staff, CTF's staff & watches and PACOM BWC, increasing situational awareness and safe navigation to ships operating within SEVENTH Fleet's Area of Responsibility. Airman Flaschner's outstanding professional performance and total dedication to duty reflected credit upon her and were in keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service.

 

For outstanding performance of duty and extraordinary professionalism while serving at Navy Information Operations Command, Norfolk, Virginia from January 2009 through March 2009, resulting in his selection as the Senior Sailor of the Quarter for the Second Quarter of Fiscal Year 2009. Demonstrating superior leadership and managerial skills, Petty Officer McCloggan led over 26 Supply Petty Officers in Department of Defense Electronic Mall training and Government Commercial Purchase Card management. He efficiently processed over 140 purchases, totaling more than 60,000 dollars, in direct support of Information Operations readiness mission sets. He is recognized throughout the Command as a team player, who is committed to unit's mission, welfare, and training of his sailors by taking leadership roles as the Command Morale Welfare and Recreation President, Assistant Command Fitness Leader and Departmental Training Petty Officer. Petty Officer McCloggan's exceptional technical abilities and outstanding performance reflected credit upon himself, the Naval Network Warfare Command and the United States Navy. Congratulations!

 

For outstanding performance as OD01 Leading Petty Officer in BUNKER HILL from March to June 2010. Petty Officer Richmond's performance of her duties earned her recognition as BUNKER HILL Junior Sailor of the Quarter. Her ability to skillfully lead BUNKER HILL's largest division while simultaneously making command-wide impact is an example for both peers and juniors to emulate. As Leading Petty Officer of 31 junior Sailors she single handedly manages and mentors the day to day routine of the preservation, cleanliness and maintenance of deck spaces, equipment and evolutions. Her involvement as Diversity Committee Member and MWR had far-reaching effect on the moral and professional development of junior sailors. Petty Officer Richmond's initiative, perseverance, and total devotion to duty reflected credit upon her and were in keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service.

 

For outstanding performance of duty while serving as Patrolman 55th Security Forces Squadron from January 2010 to March 2010. Seaman Garcia has been selected as Strategic Communications Wing One Detachment s Blue Jacket of the Quarter for the Second Quarter 2010. Seaman Garcia has consistently has consistently displayed an exceptional level of knowledge of her job in any assignment in security operations at Offutt, AFB. She is a self-disciplined individual that demonstrates a strong sense of pride, professionalism in her job on a daily basis. As an Entry Controller, Garcia has fulfilled a critical billet on the Protection of a Level One and Two ABNCP Aircraft with zero discrepancies. By continuously giving 110% and her professional dedication to SCW-1 has improved the command's operational readiness. Seaman Garcia is a vital asset to SCW-1 and the 55th SFS team, and had my strongest recommendation of this award.

 

For professional achievement in the superior performance of your duties while serving as a member of Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek from January 2009 to March 2009. You consistently performed your demanding duties in an exemplary and highly professional manner. Displaying exceptional skill and resourcefulness, your efforts resulted in your selection as Sailor of the Quarter for the first quarter, 2009. Throughout this period, your outstanding performance, dedication to duty, and personal involvement in command functions significantly contributed to the overall mission of Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek. As Limited Duty Manager and Unit Corpsman for Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek, your management of the Limited Duty Program ensured sustained medical readiness for 30 units and was directly responsible for enhanced mission readiness. Your superior and timely patient care contributed to the successful resolution of more than 200 cases with Naval Hospital Jacksonville while your diligent actions and frequent coordination with leadership ensured mission readiness. Your exceptional professionalism and selfless devotion to duty reflect credit upon yourself and is in keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service. Well done!

 

For outstanding performance of duty and extraordinary professionalism while serving at Navy Information Operations Command, Norfolk, Virginia from January 2009 through March 2009, resulting in his selection as the Senior Sailor of the Quarter for the Second Quarter of Fiscal Year 2009. Demonstrating superior leadership and managerial skills, Petty Officer McCloggan led over 26 Supply Petty Officers in Department of Defense Electronic Mall training and Government Commercial Purchase Card management. He efficiently processed over 140 purchases, totaling more than 60,000 dollars, in direct support of Information Operations readiness mission sets. He is recognized throughout the Command as a team player, who is committed to unit s mission, welfare, and training of his sailors by taking leadership roles as the Command Morale Welfare and Recreation President, Assistant Command Fitness Leader and Departmental Training Petty Officer. Petty Officer McCloggan's exceptional technical abilities and outstanding performance reflected credit upon himself, the Naval Network Warfare Command and the United States Navy. Congratulations!

 

References

NAVPHIBASE Little Creek Recognition Program

Military Sealift Command Sailor of the Quarter Program



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