Salutes & Awards

February 2, 2018
 

National Training Center recognizes civilians

By Jason Miller
NTC / Fort Irwin PAO
Jason Miller
Installation leadership and the civilian workforce congratulated Department of the Army civilians for their superior service and accomplishments during the Fiscal year 2018 Quarterly Civilian Awards Ceremony for the first quarter here, Jan. 9. The following four civilians were honored: Maria Borjoquez, Alisia Chavez, David Garcia and Lohmi Perez.

FORT IRWIN, Calif. — Installation leadership and the civilian workforce congratulated Department of the Army civilians for their superior service and accomplishments during the Fiscal Year 2018 Quarterly Civilian Awards Ceremony for the first quarter here, Jan. 9.

Commander of the National Training Center Brig. Gen. Jeffery Broadwater presided over the ceremony, which honored four DA civilians for their dedication and setting themselves apart from their peers.

Civilians Recognized:

Lohmi Perez

G8 Employee, received a Length of Service Award for 35 years of dedicated service.

Maria Borjoquez

Medical Command Employee, received the Employee of the Year Award.

David Garcia

G1 Employee, received the Employee of the Year Award.

Alisia Chavez

G1 Employee, received the Employee of the Year Award.




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