Bronze Star Medal

 

 

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SVC BSM INF EOT

ACHIEVEMENT #1 Chosen to be a squad leader one week prior to deployment to Iraq, then SSG ____ immediately showed his abilities as a leader of infantrymen. He easily assumed the increased responsibilities of his new assignment and supervised the final preparations and deployment of his squad. Once on the ground in Iraq, he guided his squad through the transition from light to motorized infantry while instilling in them the tactics, techniques, and procedures to fight and win a counter-insurgency.

ACHIEVEMENT #2 SSG ____ took the lead in training the Iraqi National Guard in Taza, Iraq. Using his squad as an example, he taught a newly formed company the role of the NCO. His training of the Taza unit resulted in their recognition as "Best Company" in a brigade inspection and ensured their success combat operations in Sulayman Bak, Iraq. SSG ____'s expertise was again invaluable m forming and training the ___th Battalion of the Iraqi National Guard in An Najaf, Iraq for combat operations against the Al Mahdi Militia.

ACHIEVEMENT #3 SSG _____ worked tirelessly to equip the Taza Police with new weapons and equipment, and supervised the issuance of identification cards to the entire Department. He established a working relationship with the Taza Police Chief that resulted in greater cooperation with Coalition Forces, and a higher level of security in Taza and its outlying villages.

ACHIEVEMENT #4 SSG ____ proved his mettle as a combat leader in Kufa, lraq. When his PLT was engaged by insurgents with rocket propelled grenades, machine guns, and small arms, SSG ____ quickly moved his squad into position to suppress the enemy. He calmly directed his squad's fires, and supervised the employment of two AT4 rockets that forced the enemy to abandon their positions. He then led his squad's assault to the Euphrates River, where they eliminated at least seven enemy personnel attempting to reinforce across the Kufa bridge.

11B Infantryman SL- SGT - SVC - EOT - BSM

ACHIEVEMENT #1 Chosen to be a squad leader one week prior to deployment to Iraq, then Sergeant ____ immediately showed his abilities as a leader of infantrymen. He easily assumed the increased responsibilities of his new assignment and supervised the final preparations and deployment his squad. Once on the ground in Iraq, he guided his squad through the transition from light to motorized infantry while instilling in them the tactics, techniques, and procedures to fight and win a counter-insurgency.

ACHIEVEMENT #2 SSG _____ took the lead in training the Iraqi National Guard in Taza, Iraq. Using his squad as an example, he taught a newly formed company the role of the NCO. His training of the Taza unit resulted in their recognition as "Best Company" in a brigade inspection, and ensured their success in combat operations in Sulayman Bak, Iraq. SSG ____'s expertise was again invaluable in forming and training the 405th Battalion of the Iraqi National Guard in An Najaf, Iraq for combat operations against the Al Mahdi Militia.

ACHIEVEMENT #3 SSG ______ worked tirelessly to equip the Taza Police with new weapons and equipment, and supervised the issuance of identification cards to the entire Department. He established a working relationship with the Taza Police Chief that resulted in greater cooperation with Coalition Forces, and a higher level of security in Taza and its outlying villages.

ACHIEVEMENT #4 SSG ____ prove his mettle as a combat leader in Kufa, lraq. When his PLT was engaged by insurgents with rocket propelled grenades,machine guns, and small arms, SSG ____ quickly moved his squad into position to suppress the enemy. He calmly directed his squad's fires,  and supervised the employment of two AT4 rockets that forced the enemy to abandon their positions. He then led his squad's assault to the Euphrates River, where they eliminated at least seven enemy personnel attempting to reinforce across the Kufa bridge.