CAAA security named to Army Honor Roll
CAAA Commander Col. Charles Kibben presents the certificates of recognition to Security Specialists Judy Brown (left) and Leah Clinton (right) naming them as members of the 2009 Army Antiterrorism Honor Roll for their efforts directed toward protecting people and Army missions from terrorist attacks.

CRANE, Ind. Aca,!" Two members of the Crane Army Ammunition ActivityAca,!a,,cs Security Office received recognition of outstanding achievement from the U.S. Army Office of the Provost Marshal General for their support of the Army Antiterrorism Program.

Security Specialists Leah Clinton and Judy Brown were selected as members of the 2009 Army Antiterrorism Honor Roll for their efforts directed toward protecting people and Army missions from terrorist attacks.

Aca,!A"There were only three installation-level people within Army Materiel Command who received this award so it was a great honor for us to get it,Aca,!A? Clinton said. Aca,!A"Like the safety program, the antiterrorism program isn't effective unless you have employee support and involvement. Thankfully, CAAA's employees have a commitment to both.Aca,!A?

The certificates, presented by CAAA Commander Col. Charles Kibben, represent the hard work and dedication Clinton and Brown have shown in ensuring Crane remains as safe and secure as possible.

Kibben lauded the two for their tireless efforts and thanked them for all of the hard work they put into their mission.

CAAA was established in Oct. 1977 and is a tenant of the Navy Region Midwest, Naval Support Activity Crane. The Army activity maintains ordnance professionals and infrastructure to receive, store, ship, produce, renovate and demilitarize conventional ammunition, missiles and related components.

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