The call for 2023 Lt. Gen. Arthur J. Gregg Sustainment Leadership Award nominations is now open, and we urge you to take advantage of this opportunity to recognize exceptional leaders who have significantly contributed to Army sustainment operations.
Established by the Army G-4 in 2015, this prestigious award honors those who have effectively demonstrated technical and personal excellence. Previously, the award was given to only one individual. However, since 2022 it has been expanded to recognize up to three total nominations per ACOM, ASCC, and DRU in the following categories:
1. Military – one Army logistics officer, warrant officer, or noncommissioned officer (all COMPOS included)
2. Civilian – one Department of Defense/Department of the Army civilian
3. Legacy – one retired civilian or veteran who met the criteria outlined in the first two categories during their service
The nominees must be influential logistics leaders who have made unparalleled contributions to enhance operating efficiencies and improve resource management in support of Army sustainment and readiness. Selection is based on the following factors:
Leadership: Creates a vision for the future force while motivating and inspiring people to engage in that vision. Exhibits the ability to communicate effectively.
Influence: Possesses the ability to change or affect an organization.
Operational Impact: Achievements have a measurable impact and connect military strategy implementation to the tactical assignment of resources.
Resource Management: Effectively anticipates requirements and efficiently allocates organizational material.
A detailed description of the selection criteria, documents needed to complete a submission packet for each nominee, and an outline of the evaluation can be found on the ALARACT 094/2023, which was published on November 16th, 2023.
Don't miss this opportunity to honor those who have made a difference and preserve the legacy of Lt. Gen Arthur J. Gregg! Nomination packets should be sent to email@example.com by Jan. 15, 2024.
As Gen. George S. Patton once said, "Accept the challenges so that you can feel the exhilaration of victory." Let's accept this challenge and recognize our logistics leaders who have made a significant contribution to Army sustainment operations.