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Navy & Marine Corps Commendation Medal

Randy has been awarded three (3) Separate Commendation Medals.

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1994

July 1993 to April 1994

Marine Corps Recruiting Command, Atlanta, GA

 

The Secretary of the Navy takes pleasure in presenting the Navy Commendation Medal for service as set forth in the following citation: For meritorious service in the superior performance of his duties while serving as Information Systems Support Chief, 6th Marine Corps District from July 1993 to April a 1994. Staff Sergeant Stufflebeam has contributed immeasurably to the improved automated data processing posture of the command. As a key player in the critical project of networking the recruiting station, SSgt Stufflebeam selflessly devoted long hours towards ensuring that each installation was completed thoroughly and professionally. Without his technical expertise and relentlessness, several daunting obstacles would have stalled the installations. Always willing to help, SSgt Stufflebeam cheerfully assisted recruiting station users with computer concerns unrelated to his primary task of installing the network. This same concern and commitment has been exhibited by SSgt Stufflebeam in his daily work. His comprehensive and in-depth technical expertise, enthusiastic willingness to support, and loyalty has helped members of the headquarters, recruiting station, and officer selection offices better do their jobs using automation. SSgt Stufflebeam's dedicated performance and selfless devotion to duty reflected credit upon himself and were in keeping with the highest traditions of the Marine Corps and the United States Naval Service.

~ Major General J. R. Davis

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1998

June 1996 to September 1998

Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, SC

 

The Secretary of the Navy has awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for meritorious service while serving as the Information Systems Management Chief. During this period Gunnery Sergeant (GySgt) Stufflebeam performed his duties in an exemplary manner. He accepted all networking support challenges head on and provided unparalleled insight into all support options. He also led his section through their first "Commanding General's Inspection" and received outstanding results. He focused on the future of the command, providing the district with a base of assets and network capabilities that will benefit this unit for many years beyond his departure. GySgt Stufflebeam's initiative and devotion to duty reflected great credit upon himself and were in keeping with the highest traditions of the Marine Corps and the U.S Naval Service.

~ Brigadier General J. R. Battaglini

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2003

October 1998 to February 2003

Marine Corps Base, Camp Smedley D. Butler, Okinawa, Japan

 

Meritorious service while serving as the VIP Program Manager and Staff Noncommissioned Officer in Charge, Microcomputer Training Section, G-6 Division, Marine Corps Base, Camp Smedley D. Butler, Okinawa, Japan from October 1998 to January 2003. Gunnery Sergeant Stufflebeam demonstrated superior professional knowledge and exceptional initiative by establishing the Base G-6’s VIP Support program as one of the best. His tenacity in learning and implementing new technologies, coupled with his ability to analyze and resolve complex issues were instrumental in the G-6’s support to the Commanding Generals, Chiefs of Staff, and Assistant Chiefs of Staff from Marine Corps Commands in Okinawa. His superior Performance of duty during this tour is the Hallmark of a career devoted to accomplishing broad and diverse tasks, highlighting the culmination of 22 years of honorable and dedicated Marine Corps Service. Gunnery Sergeant Stufflebeam’s initiative, perseverance and steadfast devotion to duty reflect great credit upon himself and were in keeping with the highest traditions of the Marine Corps and the United States Naval Service.

~ Brigadier General Timothy R Larsen

 

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