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Gunnery Sergeant Andrea Cole, Legal Chief of the Office of the Staff Judge Advocate for Marine Corps Installations Command, from January 2015 - June 2018, was awarded a Meritorious Service Medal in recognition of her professionalism, organizational skill, and unsurpassed legal and administrative expertise.  The citation read, "Through superb legal and administrative acumen, she consistently provided well-researched, comprehensive, and thoughtful support on a wide array of legal issues including military justice, ethics, installation facilities, civil, and administrative law that enabled the Commander and staff to effectively accomplish their myriad missions around the globe."  Presiding over the ceremony was Major General Vincent Coglianese, Commander, Marine Corps Installations Command.
MCICOM LEGAL CHIEF AWARDED MERITORIOUS SERVICE MEDAL
Gunnery Sergeant Andrea Cole, Legal Chief of the Office of the Staff Judge Advocate for Marine Corps Installations Command, from January 2015 - June 2018, was awarded a Meritorious Service Medal in recognition of her professionalism, organizational skill, and unsurpassed legal and administrative expertise. The citation read, "Through superb legal and administrative acumen, she consistently provided well-researched, comprehensive, and thoughtful support on a wide array of legal issues including military justice, ethics, installation facilities, civil, and administrative law that enabled the Commander and staff to effectively accomplish their myriad missions around the globe." Presiding over the ceremony was Major General Vincent Coglianese, Commander, Marine Corps Installations Command.
MajGen Craig Crenshaw, center, congratulates the Marine Corps winners of the 2018 Military Foodservice Awards, sponsored by the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF). The Marine Corps award -- called the W.P.T. Hill Awards -- is given each year in a variety of foodservice categories.  This year, from MCICOM, MCIEAST - Camp Lejeune and MCIPAC - Camp Butler took home awards for their mess halls. (Photo courtesy of MCICOM G4)
MCIEAST CAMP LEJEUNE AND MCIPAC CAMP BUTLER WIN WPT HILL AWARDS FOR FOOD SERVICE
MajGen Craig Crenshaw, center, congratulates the Marine Corps winners of the 2018 Military Foodservice Awards, sponsored by the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF). The Marine Corps award -- called the W.P.T. Hill Awards -- is given each year in a variety of foodservice categories. This year, from MCICOM, MCIEAST - Camp Lejeune and MCIPAC - Camp Butler took home awards for their mess halls. (Photo courtesy of MCICOM G4)
Each year, the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF) hosts the Military Food Service Awards in Chicago, Ill. This year, the Marine Corps award -- the W.P.T. Hill Award -- was presented to MCIPAC Camp Butler for Best Military/ Contractor Garrison Mess Hall, to MCIEAST Camp Lejeune for Best Foodservice Contracted Garrison Mess Hall and for Best Active Field Mess, and to MARFORRES for Best Reserve Field Mess. (Photo courtesy of NRAEF)
NRAEF HONORS 2018 WPT HILL AWARD WINNERS
Each year, the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF) hosts the Military Food Service Awards in Chicago, Ill. This year, the Marine Corps award -- the W.P.T. Hill Award -- was presented to MCIPAC Camp Butler for Best Military/ Contractor Garrison Mess Hall, to MCIEAST Camp Lejeune for Best Foodservice Contracted Garrison Mess Hall and for Best Active Field Mess, and to MARFORRES for Best Reserve Field Mess. (Photo courtesy of NRAEF)
MCLB Barstow was named the winner of the 2018 Secretary of Defense Environmental Awards in the Sustainability, Industrial Installation category. Pictured is the environmental team at MCLB Barstow.  The Sustainability, Industrial Installation award recognizes efforts by industrial installations to prevent or eliminate pollution at the source, including practices that increase efficiency and sustainability in the use of raw materials, energy, water, or other resources. The sustainability award also recognizes energy efficiency and renewable energy practices, greenhouse gas reduction efforts, procurement of sustainable goods and services, waste diversion, and efforts to plan for adaptation and resilience.
MCLB BARSTOW WINS SECDEF ENVIRONMENTAL AWARD
MCLB Barstow was named the winner of the 2018 Secretary of Defense Environmental Awards in the Sustainability, Industrial Installation category. Pictured is the environmental team at MCLB Barstow. The Sustainability, Industrial Installation award recognizes efforts by industrial installations to prevent or eliminate pollution at the source, including practices that increase efficiency and sustainability in the use of raw materials, energy, water, or other resources. The sustainability award also recognizes energy efficiency and renewable energy practices, greenhouse gas reduction efforts, procurement of sustainable goods and services, waste diversion, and efforts to plan for adaptation and resilience.
On 2 April2018, SSgt Dieter Linder (left), MCICOM Military Manpower Operations Specialist, was promoted to the rank of Staff Sergeant at the Marsh Center, Marine Corps Base Quantico. Officiating the promotion was LtCol Andrew Lockett (second from right) who notes, "I've known SSgt Linder since he was a Private First Class and he has always exceed expectations going above and beyond to get the mission accomplished.  I challenge you junior Marines to strive to be like SSgt Linder."  MGySgt James Lockridge (far right) was senior enlisted in attendance, and MSgt Earl Scott (center) read the
citation.
MCICOM MILITARY MANPOWER OPS SPECIALIST GETS PROMOTED
On 2 April2018, SSgt Dieter Linder (left), MCICOM Military Manpower Operations Specialist, was promoted to the rank of Staff Sergeant at the Marsh Center, Marine Corps Base Quantico. Officiating the promotion was LtCol Andrew Lockett (second from right) who notes, "I've known SSgt Linder since he was a Private First Class and he has always exceed expectations going above and beyond to get the mission accomplished. I challenge you junior Marines to strive to be like SSgt Linder." MGySgt James Lockridge (far right) was senior enlisted in attendance, and MSgt Earl Scott (center) read the citation.
SSgt Dieter Linder (left), MCICOM Military Manpower Operations Specialist, was promoted to the rank of Staff Sergeant at the Marsh Center, Marine Corps Base Quantico on 2 April 2018.  LtCol Andrew Lockett (right) officiated the promotion and pinned the new rank on SSgt Linder.
MCICOM MILITARY MANPOWER OPS SPECIALIST GETS PROMOTED
SSgt Dieter Linder (left), MCICOM Military Manpower Operations Specialist, was promoted to the rank of Staff Sergeant at the Marsh Center, Marine Corps Base Quantico on 2 April 2018. LtCol Andrew Lockett (right) officiated the promotion and pinned the new rank on SSgt Linder.
U.S. Marine Corps Maj. Gen. Vincent Coglianese, commander, Marine Corps Installations Command, attends an awards ceremony for Marine Corps Air Facility (MCAF) Quantico at Turner Field, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., Oct. 5, 2017. The ceremony was held in honor of MCAF receiving Volunteer Protection Program "star status", the highest safety award from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Timothy A. Turner)
MCAF Quantico VPP Star Site Ceremony
U.S. Marine Corps Maj. Gen. Vincent Coglianese, commander, Marine Corps Installations Command, attends an awards ceremony for Marine Corps Air Facility (MCAF) Quantico at Turner Field, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., Oct. 5, 2017. The ceremony was held in honor of MCAF receiving Volunteer Protection Program "star status", the highest safety award from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Timothy A. Turner)
U.S. Marine Corps Maj. Gen. Vincent Coglianese, commander, Marine Corps Installations Command, speaks during an awards ceremony for Marine Corps Air Facility (MCAF) Quantico at Turner Field, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., Oct. 5, 2017. The ceremony was held in honor of MCAF receiving Volunteer Protection Program "star status", the highest safety award from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Timothy A. Turner)
MCAF Quantico VPP Star Site Ceremony
U.S. Marine Corps Maj. Gen. Vincent Coglianese, commander, Marine Corps Installations Command, speaks during an awards ceremony for Marine Corps Air Facility (MCAF) Quantico at Turner Field, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., Oct. 5, 2017. The ceremony was held in honor of MCAF receiving Volunteer Protection Program "star status", the highest safety award from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Timothy A. Turner)
MCICOM Leaders
Major General Vincent A. Coglianese
Commander, Marine Corps Installations Command/Assistant Deputy Commandant, Installations & Logistics (Facilities)
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SES Todd Calhoun
Executive Director of Marine Corps Installations Command
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Colonel Andy Regan
Chief of Staff, Marine Corps Installations Command
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Sergeant Major Charles R. Williams
Sergeant Major, Marine Corps Installations Command
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