FREDERICK, Md. — Last week, U.S. Army Information Systems Engineering Command recognized three of its high performers under the Fort Detrick Engineering Directorate, at their facility near Fredrick, Maryland, with commander’s coins from USAISEC Commander, Col. Ericka Brooks.
Dan Baez was recognized for the for exceptional support to the Defense Health Agency LAN & Wireless LAN Modernization Project. As the Lead Project Engineer, Dan successfully oversaw the installation of a multimillion-dollar LAN and WLAN upgrade for the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, Public Health Command – Europe, US Army Medical Materiel Center - Europe to include 11 remote medical clinic locations throughout Europe.
Alex Boardley was recognized for providing superior engineering and Technical Monitor support for the Tobyhanna Army Depot Layer 1 Technical Refresh project. Mr. Boardley participated in the on-site kickoff meeting and six-week verification and validation survey with the TYAD Network Branch. Mr. Boardley provided QA duties for several weeks during the installation of the conduit pathway from the cable vault to the server room.
Julia Leister was recognized for going above and beyond by helping the DHA team DRMO over 400 pieces of equipment (27 pallets) which is end of support. Julie is primarily responsible for the directorate’s Government Purchase Card, Collateral Duty Safety Officer, Environmental Compliance, HAZMAT Officer, logistics support, Transportation Coordinator, Equipment Coordinator, Assistant Property Book Officer, and backup to our Defense Travel System approver.
The U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command's USAISEC provides systems engineering, installation, integration, implementation and evaluation support for communications and information technology systems worldwide, providing capabilities to Army organizations, combatant commanders, DOD agencies, and federal agencies in support of the warfighter!