Military Volunteer (Volunteer of the Quarter, 2nd)
Award Cat: NCO
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- Dynamic skills! Gave 18 hrs of personal time coaching the London Central
High School weight training class
-- Individually tailored programs for 10 weightlifters--provided valuable
weightlifting tips/breathing technique
- Superior Leader! Gave 15 hours towards coaching at the LCHS football
camp--coached football skills to 22
-- Innovative! Developed and initiated a combine skills competition for LCHS
football camp--gauged talent
-- Six different skills were timed and tested--team members now understand
college-level athletic requirements
- Heartfelt Leadership! Set up/cooked/cleaned for LCHS football camp BBQ dinner
for 30 students and parents
- RAF Croughton base soccer team leader--fostered host nation relations by
playing two United Kingdom teams
- Volunteered 12 hours supervising and cleaning for the RAF Croughton Youth
Group keeping teens off the street
-- Developed and sustained activities for teens--efforts provided a safe
alternative place for base teens to meet
-- Organized and led Youth Group paintball game--day out taught leadership and
teamwork skills to 12 children
- Researched and acquired five subscriptions to Airman Magazine for unit--AF
benefit previously not utilized
- Gold hearted! United RAF Croughton chapel community--cooked/cleaned up during
free soup dinner--fed 30!
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