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Brig. Gen. Giselle Wilz, NATO Headquarters Sarajevo

Brig. Gen. Giselle Wilz, NATO Headquarters Sarajevo

Brig. Gen. Giselle Wilz, NATO Headquarters Sarajevo (NHQSa) commander, presents Col. Gyula Kovács, Hungarian Defense Forces, with the Army Commendation Medal during a transfer-of-authority ceremony at Camp Butm... More

Col. Gyula Kovács, Hungarian Defense Forces, was awarded

Col. Gyula Kovács, Hungarian Defense Forces, was awarded

Col. Gyula Kovács, Hungarian Defense Forces, was awarded the Army Commendation Medal by the Secretary of the United States Army has awarded to for his meritorious service while assigned as the chief of staff an... More

U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Peter H. Yokel, assigned to

U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Peter H. Yokel, assigned to

U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Peter H. Yokel, assigned to the 55th Signal Company (Combat Camera), gives a speech after receiving the Army Commendation Medal at Fort George G. Meade, Md., March 10, 2015. Yokel was a... More

Brig. Gen. Giselle Wilz, NATO Headquarters Sarajevo

Brig. Gen. Giselle Wilz, NATO Headquarters Sarajevo

Brig. Gen. Giselle Wilz, NATO Headquarters Sarajevo (NHQSa) commander, presents Col. Gyula Kovács, Hungarian Defense Forces, with the Army Commendation Medal during a transfer-of-authority ceremony at Camp Butm... More

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