SAME ROTC Award of Merit

THE SAME ROTC Award of Merit is a bronze medal with bronze key replica, It was authorized in 1948 to be awarded annually to outstanding junior and senior engineering students in the Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC), a college-based program for training commissioned officers of the United States armed forces.

A central military service board in each case selects the outstanding students for the awards from nominations submitted by the Professors of Military Science and Technology, Professors of Naval Science, and Professors of Aerospace Studies. A student winning the senior award who had won the junior award is presented a bronze oak leaf cluster in lieu of another medal.

Eligibility: Students must be a junior or senior engineering student actively enrolled in an ABET accredited school and in ROTC. Five-year students must be in their fourth or fifth year.
Criteria: Nominees/Awardees must be in the top 25% of their engineering class and in the top 25% of their ROTC class. A maximum of 20 medals per service may be given.

Deadlines and Processing:
U.S. Army: Nomination memorandum containing the full name of cadet, address of the school, and date of presentation must be submitted to respective Brigade Commander (Bde Cdr) by January 15 of each year. Bde Cdr will make recommendation and forward packets to HQ Cadet Command for review and consideration. A list of winners will be submitted to SAME for processing no later than February 1 of each year. SAME forwards the award elements to the respective Battalion Commander (Bn Cdr) along with the name of the nearest SAME post president and regional vice president within 30 days of the receipt of the awards list. [Please refer to Army Regulation CCR-672-5-1, pages 26-27 for details.]

U.S. Air Force:
Region commanders select the region winners and submit to AFROTC/DOSP no later than March 1 of each year. AFROTC/DOSP will review and consolidate the selections and submit the list of winners to SAME. SAME forwards the award elements to the recipients’ detachments along with the name of the nearest SAME post president and regional vice president within 30 days of the receipt of the awards list. [Please refer to Air Force ROTC Instruction 36-2020, Section 4.2, pages 18-19, for details.]

U.S. Navy:
Nominations will be forwarded by PNS’ to OD4 by 01 March. Student must be recommended jointly by the PNS and the dean of engineering as the “Outstanding Engineering Student of the Year of Their Group” in the NROTC unit. Maximum number of nomination per school year is one last year and one next-to-last year student. OD will forward all nominations to the Commander, Naval Facilities Engineering Command (CODE 09M1). Final selections are made and the names and units are forwarded to Brigadier General Walter O. Bachus, USN (Ret.), for approval. Units are notified directly from Brigadier General Bachus’ office. [Please refer to Naval Regulation NROTCUUCBINST 1533.6, pages 5-6, for details.]

Submission Dates:
Service Due to Service   Due to SAME *
Army: Jan. 15 to Bde Cdr   Feb. 1
Air Force: March 1 to AFROTC/DOSP   March 30
Navy: March 1 to OD4   March 30

* Services must submit their award requests to SAME, ATTN: Administrative Assistant, 607 Prince St, Alexandria, VA 22314. Please be sure all requests include full name of recipient, school and date of presentation (if possible). SAME will process awards as noted in the regulations and send them out within 30 days of receipt of the completed materials.

Hollis Medal

Hollis_MedalThe Hollis Medal is named for Rear Adm. Mark D. Hollis, U.S. Public Health Service. The award is presented for outstanding contributions to military engineering by a U.S. Public Health Service officer. This medal was first awarded 2000.

Criteria: Most outstanding contribution to military engineering through achievement in design, construction, administration, research, or development.

Eligibility: A U.S. Public Health Service officer level O4 or above whether active, inactive or retired. Also a USPHS civilian employee, active or retired, of equivalent grade.


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Past Hollis Medal Recipients


  • 2013 Lt. Cdr. Weson Kenney
  • 2012 Lt. Cdr. Michael Termont, P.E., USPHS
  • 2011 Lt. Cdr. Shad M. Schoppert, P.E., USPHS
  • 2010 Lt. Cdr. Samuel Russell, P.E.
  • 2009 Lt. Cdr. Kris Neset, USPHS
  • 2008 Lt. Cdr. John David Mazorra, P.E., USPHS
  • 2007 Lt. Cdr. Norman T. Hepner, P.E., USPHS
  • 2006 Cdr. David W. Ausdemore, P.E., CIH, USPHS
  • 2005 Cdr. Bradley K. Harris, P.E., USPHS
  • 2004 Cmdr. Anthony T. Zimmer, Ph.D., P.E., C.I.H., USPHS
  • 2003 Capt. Gregory Stevens, USPHS
  • 2002 Lt. Cmdr. Nathan C. Tatum, P.E., USPHS
  • 2001 Cmdr. Michael S. Coene, USPHS
  • 2000 Capt. Rao Y. Surampalli, Ph.D., P.E., DEE, USPHS
  • 2000 Capt. Sven E. Rodenbeck, Sc.D., P.E., DEE, USPHS

David M. Fraser Award

The David M. Fraser Award for Engineering Excellence and Leadership is named for a Class of 2004 graduate of the United States Military Academy (USMA) at West Point. While a cadet, David Fraser excelled as a student, leader and athlete.  A civil engineering major, he designed and built a pedestrian bridge near the West Point Youth Activities Center as his senior project.




fraser-bridge Dave-Fraser-with-Big-Saw
Fraser was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Corps of Engineers in May 2004 and was assigned to the 3rd Battalion, 67th Armor Regiment, 4th Brigade, 4th Infantry Division at Fort Hood, Texas. He was killed in action while deployed in Iraq.

First presented in 2011, the David M. Fraser plaque is awarded each year at the Engineer Dinner sponsored by SAME and the Army Engineer Association. Awardees are entitled to a SAME Career Membership as long as they remain in uniform – active, guard or reserves. A stipend to attend a future SAME Joint Engineer Training Conference (JETC) – reimbursement up to $1,250.00 for registration fee, airfare and hotel is also provided.


Eligibility Criteria

  • USMA First Class Cadet who has Branched Engineers and will be receiving a degree in one of the following disciplines:
    • Chemical Engineering
    • Civil Engineering
    • Computer Science
    • Electrical Engineering
    • Engineering Management (Various ABET tracks)
    • Environmental Engineering
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Nuclear Engineering
    • Systems Engineering
  • A minimum 3.0 CQPA (Cumulative Quality Point Average - Academic, Military and Physical)

Selection Criteria


  • An informal leader and role model in the graduating class.
  • Has taken part in engineer related activities, including, but not limited to:
    • Sapper school
    • Engineering-related AIAD
    • SAME Student Chapter leader, organizer, member
    • Community service tied to engineering effort

Selection Process

  1. The Engineer Branch Representative sends a note to all cadets who branched Engineers listing the above award guidelines and soliciting nominations.
  2. The nomination would include a short synopsis of how the nominee meets the award guidelines.
  3. A faculty committee (C&ME, SE, CHEM, PANE, EECS and GENE Representatives) reviews the nominations and establishes the list of nominees who meet the eligibility criteria.
  4. The Engineer Branch Representative sends the list of eligible contenders to all cadets who have branched Engineers requesting their vote for the top two candidates.
  5. The award recipient is selected based on cadet voting. If a tie occurs, the faculty committee would break the tie. Only one award will be made.

Past David M. Fraser Award Recipients

  • 2013 Cadet Ryan S. Leets
  • 2012 Cadet Douglass Brance Waggoman
  • 2011 Cadet Erin Anthony, Civil Engineering

 



 

Green Medal

green_medalThe Green Medal is named in honor of Rear Adm. Richard Stedman Green, U.S. Public Health Service. The medal is presented for Outstanding contribution to public health engineering and science by a U.S. Public Health Service officer. This medal was first awarded in 2000.

Criteria: Most outstanding contribution in public health engineering and science.

Eligibility:


  • U.S. Public Health Service (USPHS) officer O3 or below;
  • Active, inactive, or retired USPHS officer, or;
  • USPHS civilian employee, active or retired, of equivalent grade.    

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Past Green Medal Recipients

  • 2013 Lt. Maxwell Goggin-Kehm, E.I.T, USPHS
  • 2012 Lt. Brandon Beckman, P.E., USPHS
  • 2011 Lt. Travis J. Sorum, E.I.T., USPHS
  • 2010 Lt. j.g. Marcus Felter, EIT, USPHS
  • 2009 Lt. j.g. Bradley Sherer, USPHS
  • 2008 Lt. Kurt J. Kestleloot, P.E., USPHS
  • 2007 Lt. Benjamin R. Chadwick, USPHS
  • 2006 Lt. Jennifer L. Caporoso, USPHS
  • 2005 Lt. Steven K. Sauer, USPHS
  • 2004 Lt. Jennifer A. Proctor, P.E., USPHS
  • 2003 Lt. j.g. Allen F. Bollinger, F.E., USPHS
  • 2002 Lt. j.g. Eric R. Lindman, Engineer-in-Training, USPHS
  • 2001 Lt. Mathew J. Martinson, USPHS
  • 2000 Lt. David W. Ausdemore, P.E., USPHS

Sustainability Award

The SAME Sustainability Award recognizes outstanding efforts to meet the goals of the Executive Order 13514 (E.O. 13514). The awards will be presented in two categories. 1) Towards Net Zero; and 2) Education and Outreach.

President Barack Obama signed E.O. 13514 on On Oct. 5, 2009, which focuses on federal leadership in environmental, energy, and economic performance. The Executive Order sets sustainability goals for federal agencies, requiring them to set a 2020 greenhouse gas emissions reduction target within 90 days; increase energy efficiency; reduce fleet petroleum consumption; conserve water; reduce waste; support sustainable communities; and leverage Federal purchasing power to promote environmentally-responsible products and technologies.

The SAME Sustainability Award was presented for the first time at the 2012 Joint Engineer Training Conference & Expo. Nominations can be made by a Post for individuals, teams or units recognizing their efforts in one of two award categories: Towards Net Zero; and Education and Outreach. There are no restrictions on the number of nominations the Posts can submit.

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Click here to submit nominations for the Sustainability Awards.

 


SAME Sustainability Award: Towards Net Zero

The SAME Sustainability Award: Towards Net Zero will recognize efforts to reduce energy use, water use and/or waste production in support of goals set by E.O. 13514. Projects may be existing buildings, infrastructure or post-wide efforts in one or more of the target areas.  Awards will recognize efforts that are measurable and have at least 12 months of data to support claims of energy, water, and/or waste reduction. Submittals should detail innovative systems and operations that contributed to ability of technologies and/or practices to achieve the reported impact reductions.  Any building that is submitted must have had metering installed on electrical supply and water supply, at a minimum.  Teams are encouraged to enter buildings into EnergyStar Benchmarking Tool and share Energy Usage Intensity (EUI) for the building.

      Reduction Target Summary from E.O. 13514 and the Federal Leadership in High Performance and Sustainable Buildings Memorandum of Understanding:

  • Water -

    a) Potable water use in buildings: 2% per year from 2007 baseline for aggregate 26% reduction by 2020 over benchmark of Energy Policy Act of 1992.

    b) Potable water use for landscaping or other site uses: 2% per year from 2010 baseline for an aggregate reduction of 20% by 2020

  • Energy - 30% energy cost budget reduction over ASHRAE 90.1-2004 for new construction and 20% for major renovations.

  • Waste Reduction - 50% waste diversion by 2013

     Awards will be judged using the following weighted criteria:

  • Project demonstrated measureable reductions in energy, water and/or materials use (50%)

  • Project award described innovative practices and/or technologies utilized to achieve the reported impact reductions. (20%)

  • Project demonstrated that gains in building performance are fully integrated into on-going procedures and operations (20%)

  • Project supplied EnergyStar and EUI information as required if project is a building; OR if project is an infrastructure or post-wide project, other criteria such as a waste management contract or water management contract to demonstrate ongoing reporting of specific report impact reductions.  (10%)


SAME Sustainability Award: Education and Outreach

The SAME Sustainability Award: Education and Outreach will recognize outreach and education efforts that are directed to contracting officers, facilities, public works personnel, user groups and/or occupants that promote an understanding of E.O. 13514  as well as explain the technologies and best management practices necessary to attain the goals.

The implementation of E.O. 13514 and other far reaching goals like Triple Net Zero installations (zero water footprint, zero waste production, and zero energy) at the post level requires a concerted effort to educate personnel about the initiatives and how they can be achieved.

Submittals may address behaviors over the previous 12 months that resulted in demonstrable, sustainable improvements in energy and water use and waste reduction.  Community outreach in the form of training programs, publicity programs, greening efforts and procurement efforts that emphasize sustainability goals are especially sought.  Submittals should explain how these efforts fit into an overall strategy that includes succession planning. Submittals should describe program elements and implementation strategies and demonstrate how the programs are having positive results. Recognition will be given to submittals that can show demonstrable results that have at least 12 months of data supporting the reported outcomes of the education and outreach efforts, address how education and outreach programs will support ongoing and future sustainability goals in alignment with E.O. 13514.

      Reduction Target Summary from E.O. 13514 and the Federal Leadership in High Performance and Sustainable Buildings Memorandum of Understanding:

  • Water -

    a) Potable water use in buildings: 2% per year from 2007 baseline for aggregate 26% reduction by 2020 over benchmark of Energy Policy Act of 1992.

    b) Potable water use for landscaping or other site uses: 2% per year from 2010 baseline for an aggregate reduction of 20% by 2020

  • Energy - 30% energy cost budget reduction over ASHRAE 90.1-2004 for new construction and 20% for major renovations.

  • Waste Reduction - 50% waste diversion by 2013

Examples of sustainability practices from the E.O. 13514 include: reduced landfill use; stormwater management and landscaping practices; use of biobased materials and green procurement; and pollution prevention and waste reduction.

      Awards will be judged on the following weighted criteria:

  • Award submittals describe engagement processes and behaviors that illustrate alignment with and support of EO 13514 goals (60%)

  • Programs provide tangible results supporting impact reductions that are aligned with or exceed targets of EO 13514 (20%)

  • Programs demonstrate succession planning for ongoing and future impact reductions (20%)

Click here to submit nominations for the Sustainability Award.


 

Past Sustainability Award Recipients

Sustainability Award - Net Zero
2013 Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany
2012 U.S. Air Force Academy, 10th Civil Engineer Squadron
2011 Fort Carson Directorate of Public Works

Honorable Mention:

2013 Stell Environmental Enterprises

Sustainability Award - Education & Outreach
2013 Fort Carson Directorate of Public Works
2012 Air Force Space Command, Energy Team
2011 U.S. Army Medical Command

Honorable Mention:

2013 MEDCOM

Cowart Medal

Cowart_PlaqueThe Cowart Award is named in honor of Vice. Adm. Kenneth C. Cowart, U.S. Coast Guard. The Award is presented for outstanding contribution to the U.S. Coast Guard civil engineering and shore facility management programs. This plaque was first awarded for 1968.

Criteria: Outstanding contribution to the U.S. Coast Guard Civil Engineering program.

Eligibility: Awarded annually to a U.S. Coast Guard Civil Engineering and a Facilities Engineering organization.



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Past Cowart Plaque Recipients

  • 2013 Civil Engineering Unit Providence Providence, R.I.
    Base Elizabeth City Facility Engineering Department, Elizabeth City, N.C.
  • 2012 Civil Engineering: Civil Engineering Unit Providence Providence, R.I.
    Facilities Engineering: Base Elizabeth City Facility Engineering Department Elizabeth City, N.C.
  • 2011 Civil Engineering: Training Center Cape May, Cape May, N.J.
    Facilities Engineering: Facility Design & Construction Center Norolk, VA.
  • 2010 Civil Engineering: Civil Engineering unit Miami, Miami, Fla.
    Facilities Engineering: Coast Guard Yard, Baltimore, Md.
  • 2009 Civil Engineering: Civil Engineering Unit Juneau, Alaska
    Facilities Engineering: Base Support Unit Portsmouth, VA.
  • 2008 Civil Engineering: Facilities Design and Construction Center, Atlantic, Norfolk, Va.
    Facilities Engineering: U.S. Coast Guard Academy, New London, Conn.
  • 2007 Civil Engineering: Civil Engineering Unit (CEU) Oakland, CA
    Facilities Engineering: Integrated Support Command (ISC) Kodiak, AK
  • 2006 Civil Engineering: USCG CE Unit Cleveland, OH
    Facilities Engineering: Coast Guard Yard, Baltimore, MD
  • 2005
  • 2004 Civil Enginering: USCG CE Unit Cleveland, OH
    Facilities Engineering: Intergrated Support
    Command, Kodiak, AK
  • 2003 USCG CE Unit, Providence (for Civil Engineering) and Support Center, Elizabeth City Falilities Engineering Dept. (for Facilities Engineering)
  • 2002 CE Association, Facilities Engr. Org., ISS Portsmouth, CEU, Miami
  • 2001 USCG Facilities Design and Construction Center, Pacific (for Civil Engineering) and Air Station Borinquen (for Facilities Engineering)
  • 2000 USCG Facilities Management Dept. and CE Unit, Providence
  • 1996 CE Unit, Oakland
  • 1995 USCG Facilities Design and Const. Ctr. (Pacific)
  • 1994 CE Unit, Cleveland
  • 1993 CG Unit, Providence
  • 1992 USCG Facilities Design and Canst. Ctr. (Atlantic)
  • 1991 USCG Facilities Design and Const. Ctr. (Pacific)
  • 1990 CE Unit, Cleveland
  • 1989 USCG Shore Maintenance Detach., Honolulu, HI
  • 1988 USCG Shore Maintenance Detach., Miami, FL
  • 1987 USCG Facilities Design & Const. Ctr., Pacific
  • 1986 CE Branch, 14th CG District, Honolulu, HI
  • 1985 CE Branch, 7th CG District, Maimi, FL
  • 1984 CE Branch, 9th CG District, Cleveland, OH
  • 1983 CE Branch, 8th CG District, New Orleans, LA
  • 1982 USCG Training Ctr., Cape May
  • 1981 CE Branch, lst CG District
  • 1980 CE Branch, 13th CG District
  • 1979 CE Branch, 5th CG District
  • 1978 CE Branch, Ist CG District
  • 1977 CE Branch, 8th CG District
  • 1976 Engr. Div., CG Activities, Europe
  • 1975 GE Branch, 5th CG District
  • 1974 CE Branch, 7th CG District
  • 1973 CE Branch, 17th CG District
  • 1972 Physical Plant Div., CG Academy, New London, CT
  • 1971 CE Branch, 8th CG District
  • 1970 CE Branch, l2th CG District
  • 1969 CE Branch, 1lth CG District
  • 1968 CE Branch, 3rd CG District

Award Nomination Instructions

SAME Online Nomination Process for National Awards:

Thank you for nominating an SAME Member for consideration for a national award! Before getting started, please review the instructions below to make sure that your nomination meets all the criteria for consideration.

Nominations for the SAME Awards will be due to SAME HQ on or before 12 noon of Wednesday, January 21, 2015.

Five Easy Steps for Nominations:
  1. Review the award criteria to make sure the nominee qualifies. Remember: though they may not qualify for one, they may qualify for another!
  2. Prepare the narrative for the nomination. Click here to download a sample narrative. [PDF]
    1. Select the appropriate template below.
    2. Compose your narrative and save.
  3. Prepare a citation of 250 words or fewer. This citation may be used in the Honors Program if the nominee is selected to receive the award. Click here to download a sample citation. [PDF]
  4. Complete the appropriate nomination form from the list below.
  5. Upload narrative, citation and any other required supplemental info and submit form electronically, by clicking on the name of the award below.
Online Nomination Forms:
The following Award nominations MUST be submitted using our online nomination process.

NOTE: Sustaining Member Company awards have separate awards processes. Please click on the award name to be redirected to the appropriate award nomination and submittal information. Robert B. Flowers Small Business Award; Seymour S. Greenfield Sustaining Member Award (Medium Company); and J.W. Morris Sustaining Member Award (Large Company)

Narrative Templates for online submittals
You may use the forms below as a starting point for your narrative submission to ensure your nomination addresses all of the criteria. All documents below open in a new window, and are in MS Word format. After completion, you may convert to PDF before submission.

 

Sargent Medal

Sargent_MedalThe Sargent Medal is named in honor of Vice Adm. Thomas R. Sargent, III, U.S. Coast Guard. The medal is presented in recognition of the most outstanding contribution to U.S. Coast Guard Civil Engineering or Facilities Engineering. The medal was first awarded in 1980.

Criteria: Outstanding contribution to Coast Guard Civil Engineering or Facilities Engineering.

Eligibility: Active duty Coast Guard Warrant Officer, Chief Petty Officer, or Petty Officer; or a civilian employee of equivalent grade.


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Past Sargent Medal Recipients


  • 2013 Mr. Angel Matos
  • 2012 Daniel F. Meyers
  • 2011 Chief Warrant Officer Jason Briggs, USCG
  • 2010 Chief Warrant Officer Sean Cox, USCG
  • 2009 Wayne Barnes
  • 2008 CWO James A. McClain
  • 2007 CWO Jay Menze
  • 2006 CWO3 Scott Vorhees
  • 2005 CWO2 John Holtzinger
  • 2004 CWO Stanley F. Wilczynski
  • 2003 CWO Daniel L. Reynolds
  • 2002 CWO Ronald R. Holzinger
  • 2001 CWO Charles Shaffer
  • 2000 CWO4 Harvey Moore
  • 1999 CWO Azel Grasty
  • 1998 Janice McAroy
  • 1997 Gerald S. Ryan
  • 1996 CWO Richard Griewank
  • 1995 CWO Wayne Truax
  • 1994 CWO2 John P. Baker
  • 1993 CWO Tommy Mount
  • 1992 CWO2 Chris Johnson
  • 1991 Nicholas Yaworski
  • 1990 CWO Jon E Runaas
  • 1989 CWO Robert W. Harley
  • 1988 Daniel "Gene" Cunningham
  • 1987 CWO4 Steve Jackson
  • 1986 CWO2 Paul D. Dangreau
  • 1985 CWO2 Daniel Sathre
  • 1984 Harold Spraggins
  • 1983 CWO2 Douglas M. Carroll
  • 1982 CWO3 Roger Lewis
  • 1981 MKCS Charles R. Shepherd
  • 1980 CWO3 Earle J. Madden

Student Certificate of Achievement

Eligibility: Any member of SAME, Student Chapter, Sustaining Member Company, or Public Agency or group as stated in the criteria.

Nomination Criteria: Certificates of Achievement will be awarded annually to individuals and organizations contributing to the success of Student Chapters or mentoring programs of The Society based on the following criteria:
  • Actively participate in a SAME student chapter or SAME student mentoring program.
  • Plan and conduct professional development activities associated with architecture, engineering, construction, environment and related disciplines under the auspices of SAME.
  • Participate in community service activities.
Nomination Process: Nominations for this award must be made by a Faculty Advisors and Members of a SAME local Post associated with a college or university. The Post President or member of the National Board of Direction endorsing the nomination will verify that the individual meets the eligibility criteria for the award, and that the nomination package provides information to support each of the nomination criteria and all required information on the nominee.  The nominator is responsible for ensuring the package,  with endorsement, is received at SAME HQ on or before March 15th.

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Oren Medal

ORENThe Oren Medal is named in honor of Rear Adm. John B. Oren, U.S. Coast Guard.

Presented for outstanding contribution to military engineering by a civilian or military member of the U.S. Coast Guard. This medal was first presented in 1968.

Criteria: Outstanding contribution to military engineering through achievement in design, construction, administration, research, or development.

Eligibility: Regular or reserve U.S. Coast Guard officer in an active, inactive, or retired status; or a U.S. Coast Guard civilian employee, or retiree, of equivalent grade.


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  • 2013 LCDR. John-David Lentine, P.E.
  • 2012 Lt. John C. Adams, USCG
  • 2011 Cdr. Jason Beatty, USCG
  • 2010 Lt. Laura Smolinski, USCG
  • 2009 Tony van Winden
  • 2008 Lt. Cdr. Andrew Brown, USCG
  • 2007 Col. Douglas R. Sundstrom, P.E., CFM, USMC (Ret.)
  • 2006 Capt. Dale E. Walker, USCG (Ret.)
  • 2005
  • 2004 Lt. Cmdr. Benjamin L. Davis, USCG
  • 2003 David M. Hammond
  • 2003 Lt. Cmdr. James J. Dempsey, USCG
  • 2002 Lt. Michael J. Ennis, USCG
  • 2001 Lt. T. Wade Gesele, USCG
  • 2001 Debra Chinn, P.E.
  • 2000 Lt. Jon Hickey, P.E., USCG
  • 1999 Lt. John P. Slaughter, USCG
  • 1998 Cmdr. Brian S. White, USCG
  • 1997 Lt. Cmdr. Andrew P. Kimos, USCG
  • 1996 Alfred A. Jacobs
  • 1995 Lt. Cmdr. Patrick W. Barnes, USCG
  • 1994 Cmdr. John C. Miller, USCG
  • 1993 Linda Lefkovitz
  • 1992 Lt. Cmdr. Daniel R. May, USCG
  • 1991 Cmdr. Richard A. Koehler, USCG
  • 1990 Frank Madison
  • 1989 Lt. Christopher D. Mills, USCG
  • 1988 Cmdr. John Malmrose, USCG
  • 1987 Cmdr. Richard E. Cox, USCG
  • 1986 Lt. Thomas H. Briggs, USCG
  • 1985 Bob D. Lamm
  • 1984 Lt. Cmdr. James M. Seagraves, USCG
  • 1983 Lt. Cmdr. James M. Sherman, USCG
  • 1982 David Lebofsky
  • 1981 Lt. Cmdr. Gregory H. Magee, USCG
  • 1980 Cmdr. Harry Tiffany, USCG
  • 1979 Martin J. Boivin
  • 1978 Dr. Robert G. Boggs
  • 1977 Raquel McAllister
  • 1976 Hisashi Imanaka
  • 1975 Cmdr. John R. Wells, Jr., USCG
  • 1974 Cmdr. Walter E. Peterson, USCG
  • 1973 Robert G. Stafford
  • 1972 Byron J. Clark
  • 1971 Lt. Cmdr. K.L. Reichelt, USCG
  • 1970 Gerald B. O'Hara
  • 1969 Jonah Muck (posthumous)
  • 1968 Glen E. Logan

Cumming Plaque

Cumming_PlaqueThe Cumming Plaque is named in honor of former Surgeon General Dr. Hugh S. Cumming, U.S. Public Health Service

Presented for outstanding contributions in public health engineering and science. The plaque was first awarded in 2000.

Criteria: Most outstanding contribution in public health engineering and science.

Eligibility: OPDIV organizations of the U.S. Public Health Service.



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Past Cumming Plaque Recipients

  • 2012
    Barrow and Nome, Alaska Replacement Hospitals Unique Tribal/Federal Partnerships Indian Health Service
  • 2011
    National Park Service Office of Public Health Field Services Branch
  • 2010
    Sanitation Facilities Construction Program
  • 2009
    HydroCoil Embolization System Working Group
    U.S. Food and Drug Administration
  • 2008
    National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
    Engineering and Physical Hazards Branch
  • 2007
    Engineer Officers in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparation and Response
  • 2006
    USPHS Officers on EPA Assignments Serving in the U.S. Pacific Territories
  • 2005
    Rural Utility Cooperative Demonstration Project, Alaska National Tribal Health Consortium
  • 2004
    Readiness and Response Group - Engineers and Environmental Health Officers, Office of Force Readiness and Deployment
  • 2003
    Office of Public Health National Park Service
  • 2002
    Indian Health Service Sanitation Facilities, Construction Program Headquarters, Rockville, MD
  • 2001
    The World Trade Center and Anthrax Response Team, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Department of Health and Human Services
  • 2000
    The Dover Township Water Distribution System Modeling Team, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, in collaberation with the Georgia Institute of Technology Civil Engineering Department and the US Environmental Protection Agency

 

Curtin Plaque

Curtin_PlaqueCurtin Plaque is a plaque named in honor of Maj. Gen. Robert H. Curtin, U.S. Air Force.

Presented for the most outstanding unit during the calendar year. This plaque was first awarded for 1966.

Criteria: Most outstanding unit in three categories: small, large and Air Reserve Component. Review Air Force Instruction 36-2817 for detailed criteria and nomination procedures.

Eligibility: Unit of the United States Air Force Civil Engineer, Air Force Major Air Command, or other Air Force Civil Engineering activity.

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Past Curtin Plaque Recipients

2013
145th  Civil Engineer Squadron
49th Civil Engineer Squadron
27th SOCES

2012
49th Civil Engineer Squadron Holloman AFB, N.M.
27 SOCES Cannon AFB, N.M.
145 Civil Engineer Squadron Charlotte Douglas Air National Guard Base, N.C.
2011
115th Civil Engineer Squadron
52nd Civil engineer Squadron
355th Civil Engineering Squadron
2010
482nd Civil engineering Squadron
4th Civil Engineering Squadron
23rd Civil Engineering Squadron
2009
554th RED HORSE Squadron, Andersen Air Force Base, Guam (Small Unit)
60th Civil Engineering Squadron, Travis Air Force Base, Calif. (Large Unit)
134th Civil Engineering Squadron, McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base, Tenn. (Air Reserve Component)
2008
100th Civil Engineer Squadron, United Kingdom (Small Unit)
18th Civil Engineer Group, Japan (Large Unit)
108th Civil Engineer Squadron, N.J. (Air Reserve Component)
2007
21st CES (Small Unit)
4th CES (Large Unit)
126th CES (ANG) (Air Reserve Component)
2006
100 CES, RAF Mildenhall, United Kingdom (USAFE) (Small Unit)
3 CES, Elmendorf AFB, Alaska (Large Unit)
118 CES, Nashville, Tenn. (ANG) (Air Reserve Component)
2005
35th CES, Misawa Air Force Base (Large Unit)
314th CES, Little Rock Air Force Bse (Small Unit)
2004
18th CES, Kadena Air Force Base (Large Unit)
341st CES, Malmstrom Air Force Base (Small Unit)
2003
52nd CES, Spangdalhlem Air Force Base (Large Unit)
27th CES, Cannon Air Force Base (Small Unit)
2002
86th CEC, (Large Unit)
43rd CES, (Small Unit)
2001
437th CES, (Large Unit)
31st CEC, (Small Unit)
2000
52nd CES, (Large Unit)
92nd CES, (Small Unit)
1999
49th CES, (Large Unit)
56th CES, (Small Unit)
1998
86th CES, (Large Unit)
92nd CES, (Small Unit)
1997
52nd CES (Large Unit)
4th CES (Small Unit)
1996
10th CES Grp. ,(Large Unit)
31st CES, (Small Unit)
1995
12th CES, (Large Unit)
437th CES, (Small Unit)
1994
2Oth CES (ACC), Shaw AFB, SC (Large Unit)
14th CES, Columbus AFB, MS (Small Unit)
1993
432nd CES, Misawa AB, Japan (Large Unit)
17th CES, Goodfellow AFB, TX (Small Unit)
1992
355th CES (ACC), DavisMonthan AFB, AZ (Large Unit)
96th CES, Dyess AFB, TX (ACC) (Small Unit)
1991
351st CES(SAC), Whiteman AFB, MO (Large Unit)
27th CES (TAC), Cannon AFB, NM (Small Unit)
1990
90th CES, F.E. Watren AFB, WY (Large Unit)
5099th CE Operations Squadron, Elmendorf AFB, AK (Small Unit)
1989
2852nd CES, McClellan AFB, CA (Large Unit)
27th CES, Cannon AFB, NM (Small Unit)
1988
36th CES, Bitburg AB, Germany (Large Unit)
1010th CES, Cheyenne Mountain Complex, CO (Small Unit)
1987
325th CES (TAC), Tyndall AFB, FL (Large Unit)
347th CES (TAC), Moody AFB, GA (Small Unit)
1986 6510th CES, Edwards AFB, CA
1985 18th Cbt. Spt. Gp. (PACAF), Kadena Air Base, Japan
1984 432nd CES (PACAF), Misawa Air Base, Japan
1982 42nd CES, Loring AFB, ME 1983 2849th CES, Hill AFB, UT
1981 436th CES Dover AFB, DE
1980 56th CES, MacDill AFB, FL
1979 100th CES, Beale AFB, CA
1978 52nd CES, 52nd Cbt. Spt. Grp., Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany
1977 475th CES, Yokota AFB, Japan
1976 341st CES, Malmstrom AFB, MT
1975 67th Cbt. Spt. Grp., 6767th CES, Bergstrom AFB, TX
1974 90th CES, Warren AFB, WY
1973 317th CES (TAC), Pope AFB, NC
1972 Civil Engineering Shool, AF Institute of Technology, Air University, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
1971 3202nd CES (AFSC), Eglin AFB , FL
1970 27th CES (TAC), Cannon AFB, NM
1969 4756th CES, Tyndall AFB, FL
1967 96th CES, Dyess AFB, TX 1968 355th CES, Takhli Royal Thai AFB, Thailand
1966 4510th CES, Luke AFB, AZ


 

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