PS Magazine’s I Own This
campaign is designed to recognize Warfighters of all services who exemplify the highest standards of care for their assigned vehicles and equipment and contribute in meaningful ways to their unit's overall maintenance and supply posture. In short, they live and breathe readiness.
This month, we had one (1) Warfighter nominated for this program: SGT Carrie L. Snodgrass, US Army.
SGT Carrie L. Snodgrass
How did you come to know/observe the nominee's actions?
Sapper Training Company/Sapper Leader Course
Fort Leonard Wood, MO
: Mr. Brent Fiegenbaum
I work at the TACOM Weapons Shop. SGT Snodgrass came to Fort Leonard Wood a few years ago and has worked diligently at improving the quality of her unit's equipment and preparedness with our Weapons Shop.
Why does this individual deserve recognition
? When she arrived at the unit, SGT Snodgrass came into our shop and introduced herself to us as a new supply NCO for the SAPPER training company and leader course. She began to ask questions like: what to do if they have a weapon down, future repairs, missing parts, and so on. She has worked with us routinely over the last few years and has made our job easier maintaining her unit's equipment. Her efforts caring for her unit's assigned weapons, and other equipment, tells us that she takes pride in her unit and her work. It's always a pleasure to have SGT Snodgrass visit our Weapons Shop. We wish other unit supply NCOs took the same level of pride in their work as she has done over the past several years.
When SGT Snodgrass brings her unit's equipment to our shop, she brings a positive-forward attitude to getting things corrected and back on track. She is valuable asset to the SAPPER training company and training course.
To learn more about nominating a Warfighter for this recognition, read the article HERE.