Navy Letter of Appreciation Examples
From: Command Chaplain, USS X (XX ##)
To: XX#(SW) FN MI LN Suffix, USN
Subj: LETTER OF APPRECIATION
1. In recognition of your # hours of volunteer service on DAY MONTH YEAR, I would like to thank you for being a part of the Community Relations (COMREL) team that served at the #. Your efforts served a worthy cause while also strengthening our relationship with the citizens of #.
2. Your actions reflected credit upon yourself and were in keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service. BRAVO ZULU!
From: Commanding Officer, Electronic Attack Squadron 140
To: AD3 (AW/SW) CHARLES A. COLE, USN
Subj: LETTER OF APPRECIATION
1. I take great personal pride in expressing my appreciation for your professional support, attitude and attention to detail during your service to the United State Navy at Electronic Attack Squadron ONE FOUR ZERO from 12 June 2017 to 10 May 2019.
2. The strength of our Navy lies in dedicated Sailors such as you who serve their country with distinction every day. Your professional performance is invaluable to the command and sets an example for others to emulate.
3. Again, my sincerest appreciation for a job "WELL DONE."
W. VAN ALLEN
1. I would like to take this opportunity to thank you personally for the hard work and dedication you put forth while serving as the Corpsman at Futenma Branch Medical Clinic from April to November 2016.
2. You were a major contributing factor in ensuring medical readiness of 1,500 service members. You consistently grew in your corpsman skills and responsibility by assisting 230 Marines in your squadron in meeting medical requirements, reviewing and maintaining records and updating medical databases.
3. Your excellent clinical skills saved the lives of three Marines with heat casualty injuries during a squadron hike. You provided real-time first aid treatment by providing intravenous therapies to these Marines before referring them to the next level of care. You again provided first aid to a Marine with a fractured right leg during the Combat Fitness Test by providing a splint to immobilize the injury before the arrival of the emergency team.
4. Your dedication and efforts are commendatory. Thank you for your hard work and continued Esprit de Corps!
B. L. GILLINGHAM
DUAL MILITARY Letter of Appreciation- Retirement
After completing XX years of active Naval Service, your wife/husband has ended an honorable and faithful service to her/his country, and her/his efforts are sincerely appreciated. Such a rich and rewarding career reflects a strong commitment to the principles of freedom and democracy and the belief that they must be upheld at any cost. That type of total commitment is not possible without the full support of the entire family.
Although you yourself serve, your loyalty and steadfast support of your wife's/husband's career can rightly be viewed as further service to your country. That loyalty and dedication were significant sources of strength for your wife during arduous duty and exemplified the highest traditions of patriotism. On behalf of the Department of the Navy and the officers and crew of SQUADRON XXX I extend to you a humble and sincere thank you for completing two decades of your service to country.
1. I would like to take this opportunity to express my sincere appreciation for the professional support you gave our command during your tour of Navy Operation Support Center, _____________ from DD Mmm YY through DD Mmm YY.
2. You began and consistently grew in rank and responsibility assisting Sailors in meeting medical requirements, reviewing and maintaining records, updating medical databases and ensuring medical readiness for more than 700 members. You assisted in revitalizing our medical program with your understanding of how to get the job done.
3. Although your time here has come to an end, please note that your expertise, commitment, and unfailing support are more than noteworthy. I would like to extend my sincere appreciation for a job Well Done.
1. I wish to express my sincere appreciation for your superlative performance during the period of 01 October 2014 to 31 December 2014. For your outstanding effort you were nominated for SERE East Sailor of the Quarter.
2. The strength of our Navy lies in dedicated Sailors such as yourself who serve their country with distinction every day. Your professional performance is invaluable to the command and sets an example for others to emulate.
3. It is a pleasure to have such a sharp and dedicated Sailor on the SERE East staff. Please accept my thanks for a job Well Done!
1. I take great pleasure in expressing my appreciation for your outstanding performance of duty from DD December 2011 to DD MONTH 2014 while attached to SWOS ENG LS Norfolk, Little Creek Department.
2. While assigned to the Little Creek Schoolhouse your professionalism and dedication to duty as Leading Chief Petty Officer was a significant contribution to my development and the department as a whole. The many long hours you worked improving the test procedures for Cummins and Detroit was evident by the increase in student and instructor knowledge. Your perseverance, technical expertise, and can do attitude are truly an example to be emulated by all.
3. The superb manner in which you performed is in keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service and I extend to you a personal Job well done .
NAVAL SUBMARINE SCHOOL NEW LONDON
ETC Oldson, N64 Division Officer
Letter of Appreciation for
Mr. Landon Hill
As Division Officer of the Tactical Computers and Network Operator Class at Naval Submarine School New London, I would like to thank Mr. Landon Hill for his generosity.
His contribution has helped enhance the morale and well being of initial assession sailors.
Please present him with this letter of appreciation for excellence as a symbol of our thanks for his generosity.
D. R. Pionk Group CDR, NAVELSG FWD
For outstanding performance of duty while serving as Administrative Department Leading Petty Officer and Front Office Administrative Assistant, Naval Base Point Loma, San Diego, California from March 2012 to March 2014. Petty Officer Mok performed his demanding duties in an exemplary and highly professional manner. Displaying exceptional customer service and administrative skills, he assisted in the tracking of over 2,800 pieces of official correspondence, including the preparation of routine letters, command instructions and notices, personal award recommendations and periodic evaluations with little to no supervision. Additionally, as Administrative Department Leading Petty Officer, he effectively managed an office of five junior Sailors of various ratings and ensured they received proper in-rate training resulting in a 60 percent advancement rate within the department. His meticulously handling of administrative matters attests to his professional knowledge, willingness to accept responsibility, attention to detail, and ability to adapt himself to complete hard assignments in a timely manner. Petty Officer Mok's initiative, resourcefulness, and untiring efforts to achieve perfection reflected credit upon him and were in keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service. I take pleasure in commending him for a job Well Done.
Group Commander, NAVELSG FWD
RDML John Yuen, Commander NAVSUP GLOC
Letter of Appreciation and Command Coin for
Ms. Tanya Rockett, Fleet Locator and DODAAC custodian
NAVSUP GLOC, Norfolk
As Group Commander of the Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group Forward (NAVELSG FWD), I would like to thank Ms. Tanya Rockett for her efforts in expediting the process to create a Deployable DODAAC for NAVELSG FWD, located at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. Prior to Ms. Rockett's actions, the DODDAC for NAVELSG FWD did not allow access to DRMO for the purpose of receiving reutilized materials. Upon being notified by the NAVELSG FWD Supply Officer, Ms. Rockett worked to create a proper receiving address for NAVELSG to include its operations in the CENTCOM Area of Operations. This made it possible for NAVELSG FWD to save thousands of dollars in expenditures, by reutilizing refurbished materials in theater vice buying new materials. This is crucial in a fiscally austere environment where creative logistics acquisition is necessary for a unit to function. Ms. Rockett's swift action and personal attention to detail have been of great assistance to the current deployed rotation and the subsequent rotations to follow.
Please present her with this letter of appreciation and Command Coin for excellence as a token of our thanks for your efforts.
D. R. Pionk Group CDR, NAVELSG FWD
From: Commanding Officer
To: (Service Member's Name, Branch of Service, SSN)
Subj: LETTER OF APPRECIATION
1. I commend you for the outstanding support you have given to the N75 Indoc Division from (Date) to (Date). Your work as Assistant Leading Petty Officer helped maintain accountability for all personnel checking aboard the command and ensured all training goals were met in a timely manner.
2. I extend my sincere appreciation for your hard work.
For your service to the United State Navy during your 22 year career from ____ to ____. With your service comes a legacy of Navy tradition and heritage that I thank you for carrying on even beyond the end of your service. Our Navy is what it is today because of the foundations that you helped to build and forge.
Thank you shipmate for carrying the torch and lighting the way, leading other sailors so that they might complete the mission at hand.
1. In recognition of your outstanding support to the SI110 students as a Midshipman Group Study Program (MGSP) Leader, I would like to personally thank you for your leadership and expertise in the SI110 MGSP during Fall 2012 academic semester. You provided significant support and extra instruction to the SI110 students at a critical point during the first ever offering of a Cyber Security curriculum to the plebe class of 2015. These students had no other tutor services available to them to supplement time with their instructors. The time you devoted was a tremendous asset to the effectiveness of the delivery of the course and the education of the students.
For superior performance of his duties while serving as a student at NDSTC. ITSN Daugherty vollunteered for over 85 hours of community service, to include Bay County High School, the local Panama City library and two local food drives. His unwavering determination, sense of duty and exceptional effort contributed to the improvement of the community, credit to the US Navy and to NDSTC. Job well done!