Civilian Excellence Honored at Boone Center

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By Capt. Andi Hahn/KYNG Public Affairs Office

David W. Altom accepts his Commander's Award for Civilian Service from the Kentucky National Guard at a ceremony today at the Emergency Operations Center in Frankfort, Ky.

FRANKFORT, Ky. (July 15, 2010)—David W. Altom, Public Information Officer, and Jason M. LeMay, Assistant State Legislative Liaison, were honored today with the Commander’s Award for Civilian Service for their exemplary service  by the Kentucky National Guard Chief of Staff, Col. Rondal L. Turner at the Emergency Operations Center in Frankfort, Ky.

LeMay’s superior communicative and interpersonal skills were evident in his successful execution of his duties.  Lemay produces the Department of Military Affairs KYNG Annual Report, improving upon it year after year, to effectively and positively represent the Guard and all they accomplish.  The entire leadership of the Guard is educated due to his diligence. His extraordinary accomplishments represent the State and the Kentucky National Guard with pride.

Jason M. Lemay accepts his Commander's Award for Civilian Excellence from the Kentucky National Guard at a ceremony today at the Emergency Operations Center in Frankfort, Ky.

Altom received the award for  faithful and selfless service to the citizens of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the Citizen-Soldiers and Airmen who protect them. His superior communication skills and positive vision craft words into art. 

Altom dedicated his years of experience and training to serve as a spokesperson, writer and facilitator to effectively publicize the activities, accomplishments and contributions made by the med and women of the Kentucky National Guard.  His exemplary efforts have brought distinction and prominence to the organization and are in the best traditions of Kentucky’s military legacy.

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