January 5, 2013

Task Group Alpha Awards Ceremony With Admiral Kawolsky

Awards Ceremony - January, 2013

As the individual SIMM awards draw to a close, it's now time to reflect back on the performance of Task Group Alpha as a whole in what is the first awards ceremony of the new year. Before we begin, I would like to thank each and every one of your for the effort you have put into making your own unique SIMMs the best they can be. I realize we have experienced peaks and troughs recently, but overall you have remained dedicated and submitted some quality posts to the boards.

Anyway, without further ado:

The Unit Citation is awarded to all players of a SIMM deemed to be the most active over the last six month period. As before, I had an extremely difficult decision to make. All of the SIMMs in TGA have performed equally well but I do believe that one has shone out as being slightly more active than the other two. I am proud to award the officers and crew of the USS Churchill the Unit Citation. Congratulations Commander Krol.

This leads me nicely onto the Distinguished Command Award. Due to his excellent ability to keep things moving on the Churchill coupled with the fact he is regularly online, I am delighted to award this one to Commander Lance Krol. Congratulations!

The final presentation I would like to make today is in recognition of one person's efforts within our Task Group. Since joining, I have continually received excellent reports about one player in particular. Not only is this player always online, but they have contributed some brilliant posts to their SIMM's storylines, posts that have been recognized through nominations for Post of the Month on more than one occasion. Please congratulate Lieutenant Archangel T'Koris on being awarded the Task Group CO's Commendation!

That officially brings an end to our Task Group awards ceremony. Once more, I would like to thank all of you - the Command Level Officers to Department Heads, to Crewman that are the backbone of our SIMMs - for an extraordinary effort these past six months. Please do keep it up so that we can make 2013 an awesome year!

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