Honors

Fall 2011 – Spring 2015.

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U. S. Coast Guard Meritorious Team Commendation | Vice Admiral W.D. Lee | 05 February 2015

Coast Guard Meritorious Team Commendation to United States Coast Guard Auxiliary International Port Security Program Annual Report Production Team

CITATION: For exceptionally meritorious service from September 2014 to February 2015 while serving on the International Port Security (IPS) Program Annual Report Production Team. Exhibiting outstanding technical expertise with a remarkable spirit of cooperation, the Production Team completely overhauled the IPS Program’s Annual Report, a document destined for U.S. Ambassadors throughout the world as well as Coast Guard District and Sector Commanders. The Production Team professionally edited articles, enhanced photo quality, and significantly improved the document’s overall layout. Employing expert knowledge of printed media production software used by the publication industry today, the Production Team completely sharpened the overall look of the Annual Report, taking the IPS Program’s official marketing document to an exponentially higher level than has ever been achieved in the program’s eleven-year history. The Production Team expertly compiled information provided by the IPS Program and improved written content and visual imagery. The team’s efforts resulted in a product so high in quality that it will undoubtedly lend credence to the outstanding work the IPS Program does with over 150 U.S. maritime trading partners, and among Coast Guard units who benefit from the IPS Program’s mission to assess anti-terrorism measures in foreign ports and improve global port security. The dedication, pride, and professionalism displayed by the International Port Security Program Annual Report Production Team are in keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Coast Guard and the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary.

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Certificate of Appreciation | DCDR J.J. Safranek | 31 December 2014

Certificate of Appreciation

For outstanding cooperation and assistance in furthering the purposes and principles of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary while serving as 2014 Staff Officer – Communications.

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Certificate of Appreciation | DCDR J.J. Safranek | 31 December 2014

Certificate of Appreciation

For outstanding cooperation and assistance in furthering the purposes and principles of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary while serving as 2014 Staff Officer – Secretary/Records.

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Omicron Delta Kappa | V. M. Ambler, PhD | 03 December 2014

Letter of Appreciation

On behalf of Omicron Delta Kappa, a national leadership honor society on campus, I am writing to you with sincere appreciation of your exemplary contributions to William and Mary this semester. Your level of achievement and pursuit of worthy endeavors have been impressive and have certainly not gone unnoticed by the student members of ODK.

The Eta Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa at William and Mary consists of selected junior and senior students and faculty/administrative members honored for having achieved superior scholarship, exhibited outstanding leadership, and demonstrated exemplary character. This national honor society recognizes achievement in every phase of college life while also placeing emphasis on the development of the whole person, both as a member of the college community and as a contributor to a better society. At William and Mary in particular, ODK celebrated the well-rounded campus leader whose attributes and success truly reflect the values of our institution.

Thank you for the positive difference you are making on this campus and keep up the great work!

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U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Sustained Service | CDR S. M. Fachko | 29 July 2014

Coast Guard Sustained Auxiliary Service Award

For superior performance of duty from 12 December 2011 to 29 July 2014. Service in excess of 750 cumulative hours.

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Letter of Appreciation | LT D.L. Tavernier | 25 June 2014

Letter of Appreciation

1. In recognition of outstanding professional service which greatly assisted in furthering the purpose, mission, and principles of Coast Guard Station New London, from May 2014 to June 2014. During your brief assignment, you quickly assimilated with station personnel and displayed exemplary drive, qualifying as a Communication Watch Stander. Upon reporting to the unit three weeks prior to an intensive Ready for Operations inspection, you assisted with chart corrections and small boat maintenance greatly contributing to Station New London’s near perfect score. In addition to these accomplishments, you showed immeasurable initiative and enthusiasm for carrying out unit responsibilities such as daily boat checks, giving station tours, and mentoring five newly reporting members.

2. Your efforts are greatly appreciated and are consistent with the highest traditions of the United States Coast Guard. Bravo Zulu!

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Certificate of Appreciation | FC R.W. Batten | 10 January 2014

United States Coast Guard Auxiliary Certificate of Appreciation

For outstanding initiative and effor in furthering the purposes and principles of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary through your support of the recreational boating safety program and contributions to the success of the William and Mary Detachment of Flotilla 054-06-07.

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Letter of Appreciation | COMO R. J. Birrane, Sr. | 21 November 2012

Letter of Appreciation to Members of Flotilla 054-06-07 and it’s College of William and Mary Detachment

1. Between 13 October 2012 and 27 October 2012, eleven members of Flotilla 054-06-07 and its College of William and Mary Detachment planned and carried out an appearance by their units in the annual Homecoming Parade of the College of William and Mary, which took place on the college campus and in the city of Williamsburg, Virginia, where the school is located. As part of the effort, members of the Detachment constructed an Auxiliary float, which was built around a Flotilla patrol boat (OPFAC). The Detachment’s float won second place in the annual contest. The parade was observed by approximately 2,000 spectators.

2. The public affairs mission, which publicized the Auxiliary and its boating safety activities, was a welcome example of how members’ planning, teamwork, and professionalism can help increase public awareness of the organization and its efforts, and help promote boating safety. The efforts by Flotilla 054-06-07 and its College of William and Mary Detachment are very much appreciated by the District leadership.

3. The names of the Auxiliarists who participated in the event are listed in Enclosure (1). It is requested that this Letter of Appreciation be forwarded to each of the Auxiliarists involved.

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