Blue Jacket of the Quarter Citations

For exceptional performance while serving as Power Plants Division Technician for Fleet Readiness Center Southeast Detachment Mayport, Florida from October 2020 to December 2020. ADAA PACE demonstrated extraordinary professionalism, dedicated leadership and impressive military bearing resulting in his selection as the Fleet Readiness Center Southeast Detachment Blue Jacket of the Quarter, first Quarter, Fiscal Year 2021. His skills led to the completion of 53 maintenance actions encompassing 60 maintenance hours, the tear-down and build-up of five Cold Section Modules, and five Power Turbine Modules. All of which resulted in the Ready-for-Issue of nine T700-GE-401C engines directly contributing to zero "Bare Firewalls" and a 100 percent availability to 93 COMHSMWINGLANT MH-60R aircraft in direct support of the entire H-60 community. His professionalism and devotion to duty reflected great credit upon him and were in keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service. Congratulations on a job exceptionally "Well Done".



For outstanding performance of duty and extraordinary professionalism while serving in U.S. Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station, Naples, Italy from April 2017 through June 2017 , resulting in her selection as Blue Jacket of the Quarter, for the Third Quarter of Fiscal Year 2017. As a Local Network Support Center technician, she ensured the successful resolution of 54 NIPR and 16 SIPR ONE-NET Remedy trouble tickets, trained and supervised fellow technicians which resulted in the completion of an additional 41 trouble tickets. While being the front-runner for ticket completion, she also completed 17 Requests for Change, 1 Service Level 1 incident, and the mitigation of 1 electronic spillage consisting of 15 workstations ensuring critical continuity of services for operational commanders in the European area of responsibility. Additionally, she provided over 12 hours of supervision for 3 technicians, the surveying of over 10 telecommunication spaces located on two different Naval bases for the purpose of future upgrades and enhancements for ONE-NET Enterprise assets. Her superb technical knowledge and motivation to obtain her Information Warfare Qualification within her first year of being at the command resulted in the motivation of 5 others Sailors achieving their IW qualification as well. ITSN Cabillaje's initiative and dedication to duty reflected credit upon herself, U .S. Fleet Cyber Command, U.S. TENTH Fleet and the United States Navy. "Congratulations!"



BM3 HARD is an ultimate go-to Sailor in SURFACE DIVISION ELEVEN. During his time as Seamanship Training Team Member, he led 10 crews consisting of over 500 sailors in Deck Seamanship training and certifying evolutions. Without hesitation he has taken on several new roles within the department and the command. Taking on the responsibility of Command Color Guard Coordinator, Petty Officer Hard professionally led his team in Honors and Ceremonies, a responsibility normally reserved for a seasoned Second Class Petty Officer. As the only Petty Officer Third Class instructor at Surface Division Eleven, he instructed four Littoral Combat Ship Academy classes consisting of over 100 Sailors. He exhibits the superior leadership and management skills found only in today s top Sailors. His systematic approach to the unique challenges of the Littoral Combat Ship program makes him an instrumental and sought-after technical expert. He absolutely deserves Surface Division Eleven Junior Sailor of the Quarter.



For professional achievement in the superior performance of his duties while serving as Apprentice Forecaster at Fleet Weather Center, San Diego for the period of 01 October through 31 December 2018. Selection as Shore Blue Jacket of the Quarter is in recognition of his exemplary and highly professional execution of his duties and responsibilities. As a senior Metoc Analyst, he stood 540 hours of watch where he assisted in the development and dissemination of 381 critical Metoc products, enhancing safety of navigation, operations and resource protection of naval assets around the world in the THIRD, FIFTH and SEVENTH fleet areas of responsibility. He expertly trained five Sailors totaling over 40 hours which led to the qualification of two Metoc Analysts. Additionally, he pushed himself to reach his goal of qualifying as an Enlisted Information Warfare Specialist six months ahead of schedule, While successfully providing support for all PACOM assets during the 17th OWS Coop. Furthermore, as assistant Departmental Safety Officer, provided three monthly safety talks and over ten hours of training which ensured proper readiness throughout the operations department. His exceptional professional abilities and dedication to duty reflected credit upon himself 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 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.



AN (AW) Manuel M. Avila III competes to be above his peer group as a junior sailor. AN Avila is a highly motivated and enthusiastic sailor. Avila has rapidly acquired the requisite skills of an outstanding Airman and Gunners Mate. His meticulous nature and outstanding skill set has directly improved the USS PPELELIU (LHA 5) readiness and security. Possessing extraordinary potential, he continuously demonstrates the attributes to excel as a Gunner mates and is an exceptional asset to the TACRON Eleven Team. His Enthusiasm while performing daily duties sets the example and motivates others around him. BRAVO ZULU AN Avila!



Airman Taj continues to Strive for Excellence and is a vital, inspirational, and motivated leader in the Maintenance Department. As work center 120 Airframes technician, he was responsible for the completion of 893 maintenance actions encompassing 893 maintenance man-hours including three aircraft SMIs totaling 1,191 man-hours. He continually raises the bar, demanding a constant level of perfection within the shop that is naturally contagious and inspires peers and junior Sailors alike. His contributions within the Maintenance Department are vital, ensuring mission essential systems are always ready!

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