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NEWS | April 9, 2024

I Sustain This: March 2024 Nominees

PS Magazine’s I Sustain This campaign is designed to recognize civilian sustainers who exemplify the highest standards while maintaining equipment to meet combat readiness requirements and stay in the fight, even under the most arduous of circumstances.
For March 2024, we had one civilian sustainer nominated for this program: Mr. Ki Nam Yi, an electronics mechanic with the U.S. Army Materiel Support Command - Korea.

This marks the last I Sustain This recognition. Thanks to everyone for their support of this program.
Spotlight Profile
Mr. Nam Ki Yi, Material Support Command Korea (MSC-K)
Ki Nam Yi (foreground)
Army Civilian
Electronics Mechanic
Materiel Support Command - Korea (MSC-K), Camp Carroll, S. Korea
Nominated by: Mr. Shavonta Gaynor  

Why does this person deserve recognition? Mr. Ki Nam Yi is an electronics mechanic assigned to Material Support Command Korea (MSC-K) Communications and Electronics Division. He supports 8th Army and U.S. Military Forces serving in the Indo-Pacific. Mr. Yi repairs and refurbishes critical Army communication shelters, installs components of Command, Control, Computers, Communications, Cyber, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C5ISR) in various types of military equipment, and repairs and fabricates cable and wiring assemblies. Mr. Yi’s efforts and his uncompromising technical proficiency contribute greatly to increased readiness throughout the peninsula.
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