Printable Good Driver Award Certificate Description. If you want to give a Good Driver Award to someone who you feel is a good driver, below you'll find several printable Good Driver Award Certificates of Appreciation templates. Award of the driver and mechanic badge has eliminated requirement to occupy a duty position with title of driver or assistant driver of army vehicles. Criterion has been changed to read as follows: paragraph 8-28d, eligibility requirement for drivers, a soldier must.
Meritorious achievement as Command Driver, 2nd Armor Brigade, 69th Armor Regiment, from XXXXXXXX to XXXXXXX. Specialist Cooper demonstrated a high level of competence and professionalism while serving as a driver for the Panther 5 element. As a command driver, he was responsible for the accountability, serviceability and mission readiness of unit vehicles, weapons, and all assigned equipment valued at over 40 thousand dollars. His diligence and relentless attention to detail resulted in 100% operational readiness, accurate and dependable navigation and the best safety record in the Brigade. The accomplishments of Specialist Cooper bring great credit upon himself, the 2nd Armor Brigade and the United States Army.
FOR EXCEPTIONALLY MERITORIOUS SERVICE WHILE SERVING IN SUPPORT OF BOTH OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM AND OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM. HIS DEDICATION TO DUTY, SELFLESS SERVICE, AND OUTSTANDING PROFESSIONAL ABILITY CONTRIBUTED GREATLY TO MISSION ACCOMPLISHMENT. SGT BRAVO'S LEADERSHIP AND DEDICATION TO DUTY RESULTED IN COMBAT EFFECTIVE OPERATIONS WITHIN ALL ELEMENTS HE INTEGRATED INTO. SGT BRAVO'S OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE IS IN KEEPING WITH THE FINEST TRADITIONS OF MILITARY SERVICE AND REFLECT DISTINCT CREDIT UPON HIMSELF, HEADQUARTERS AND HEADQUARTERS COMPANY 3RD INFANTRY BRIGADE COMBAT TEAM, 10TH MOUNTAIN DIVISION (LI) AND THE UNITED STATES ARMY.
Meritorious service as Battery Master Driver, Bravo Battery, 1st Battalion, 9th Field Artillery from XXXXXXX to XXXXXXX. As the Battery Master Driver, Staff Sergeant Reynolds displayed tireless devotion to the safety and well being of all assigned Soldiers. Utilizing composite risk management in all aspects of training, he was responsible for licensing 122 operators in less than 18 months. His diligence resulted in zero accidents during his 18 month tenure and recognition by the Battalion commander for the best drivers' training program in the Battalion. In addition, due to his meticulous records, 44 Soldiers earned their Drivers Badge. The accomplishments of Staff Sergeant Reynolds bring great credit upon himself, 1st Battalion, 9th Field Artillery and the United States Army.
Meritorious service as Caiman Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicle for XXXXXXXXXX from XXXXXXXX to XXXXXXX. During this period, Specialist Johnson's dedication to the mission and his team facilitated full mission capability at all times due to his mechanical experience and preparation. Specialist Johnson also ensured continuous and reliable team communications by maintaining secure communications equipment in the vehicle. Specialist Johnson's performance as the Caiman MRAP vehicle driver led to over 5,000 accident free miles and, when required, seamlessly served as gunner on the M240B platform. Specialist Johnson's exceptional performance, professionalism and dedication to duty reflect great credit on him, D Company, 3rd Battalion, 116th Infantry Regiment and the United States Army.
SGT XXXX was selected by the Company leadership to serve as the Senior Master Driver. She expertly prepared over 100 driver training packets, instructed Soldiers throughout the Battalion on military vehicle operation procedures, and performed numerous check rides during the day and night. SGT Levaula's commitment to safety and readiness enhanced the overall drivers training program within the Battalion, resulting in more than 200 Soldiers being licensed to operate military vehicles in the Republic of Korea.