Gen. Gus Perna, Commanding General, U.S. Army Materiel Command (AMC), recognized three Integrated Logistics Support Center (ILSC) employees today for their contributions to supply availability, which is his top readiness priority. Those recognized were Sarah Kovacs, for her efforts with the supply performance of CECOM's Night Vision Devices; Mike Brown, a supply chain planner who raised supply availability in the Driver's Vision Enhancement team; and Michael Dooney, recognized for his responsibilities in three major CECOM elements with SINCGARS, VI, and installation kits. Perna lauded their efforts while reemphasizing that supply availability was number 1 to impact readiness on the battlefield. He further stated, "I see the great initiative out of CECOM, and clearly you three are leading the way." Finally, those recognized were presented with a coin for their efforts. Pictured from left to right: Gen. Gus Perna; Maj. Gen. Randy Taylor, CECOM Commanding General; Sarah Kovacs; Mike Brown; Michael Dooney; AMC Command Sergeant Major Rodger Mansker; Ms. Liz Miranda, Director, ILSC; and CECOM Command Sergeant Major Matthew McCoy.