May 4, 1963 – November 13, 2021
USN,CDR (RET) David R. Jazdyk passed away on November 13, 2021 after a 3 year battle with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. Dave was born in Chicago, IL on May 4, 1963. Commander David “Jaz” Jazdyk attended the University of Houston graduating with a BS in Electrical Engineering in 1987. Jaz was commissioned as a Navy officer and after flight training with the VT-10 “Cosmic Cats” at Naval Air Station Pensacola, FL and VAW-110 “Firebirds” at Naval Air Station Miramar, CA was designated an E-2 Hawkeye Naval Flight Officer (NFO) and assigned to VAW-115 “Liberty Bells” stationed at Naval Air Facility Atsugi, JAPAN flying off CV-41 USS Midway. While attached to VAW-115, Jaz participated in multiple deployments to the Western Pacific and Indian Ocean in support of national security objectives, achieving qualification as a Combat Information Center Officer and Mission Commander. In October 1990, Jaz deployed with VAW-115 to participate in Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm, flying multiple combat missions as part of the air campaign to liberate Kuwait from Iraqi armed forces.
Following his tour with VAW-115, Jaz returned to Naval Air Station Miramar, CA for shore duty as an E-2 Hawkeye NFO instructor with VAW-110. Jaz did an abbreviated tour at VAW-110 and returned to the University of Houston for graduate school, completing his MS in Electrical Engineering before returning to sea duty in 1995.
For his second sea duty, Jaz returned to VAW-115 as a senior lieutenant, flying off CV-62 USS Independence and providing valuable insight into operation employment of the E-2 Hawkeye to train and mentor junior aircrew during multiple deployments.
After his second tour with VAW-115, Jaz reported to the Defense Language Institute in Monterrey, CA for Japanese language training. This experience was followed by assignment to the Japanese Maritime Self Defense Force (JMSDF) Command and Staff College in Tokyo, JAPAN. After completing JMSDF Command and Staff College and NFO refresher training with the VAW-120 “Grey Hawks” at Naval Air Station Norfolk, VA, Jaz again reported to VAW-115 now flying off CV-63 USS Kitty Hawk and served as a squadron department head through numerous deployments.
Following his department head tour, CDR Jazdyk’s final assignment on active duty was as Regional Director and Officer-in-Charge for the Office of Naval Research (ONR) in Tokyo, JAPAN, coordinating advanced technical research project funding throughout Asia.
After retirement Dave landed his dream job at NASA as the Chief, Information Assurance DOD Space Test Program Human Spaceflight Payloads.
During his career he loved being in Japan which is where he met his wife Michiyo and their daughters were born. He also loved to travel and was able to take the family to many places including Guam, Singapore, Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam, Korea, London and Hong Kong as well as Hawaii.
He was preceded in death by his brother Peter Jazdyk and father-in-law Fumio Ichiyoshi. He is survived by his wife of 25 years Michiyo (Ichiyoshi) Jazdyk, his daughters, Keana and Teana Jazdyk; parents, Ray and Arlene (Glapa) Jazdyk; sister Susan McKay and brother LTC Michael Jazdyk Retired US Army; his mother-in-law Kazuko Ichiyoshi and his sisters-in-law Miho Inui and Mayumi Aoki.
Friends are cordially invited to the visitation with the family on Monday, November 22, 2021 from 3:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. at Jeter Memorial Funeral Home, 311 N. Friendswood Dr., Friendswood, TX 77546 (281) 992-7200.
He will be cremated with interment at the Houston National Cemetery, Houston, TX. In lieu of flowers and condolences please consider donating to the ALS Association of Texas.
James (Jim) Hazzard Lamey, 79, of Virginia Beach, Va, departed this world with dignity and grace, at home, on September 4, 2021. He was born in Arlington, NJ on August 22,1942 to the late Robert H Lamey and Helen G Lamey.
Jim lived most of his formative years in Victoria, Texas. After graduating from Texas Christian University, Jim joined the Navy and served his country proudly for 20 years as a Naval Flight Officer. During this time he met and fell in love with his wife of 54 years, Julia Hoff Lamey. Together they raised two sons and a daughter. After retiring from the Navy as a Lieutenant Commander, he continued to work with the Navy as a contractor during his second career. Jim lived a faith-filled life in service to God, his family, his country and his community.
Jim's memory will be cherished by his wife, Julia, his three children and their spouses James, Jr and Christy Lamey, Jason and Riley Lamey, and Hiroko and Philip Burch, his five grandchildren Julianna, Chloe, James Cael, Melissa and Michael, and his brother, Robert, his sisters-in-law, nieces and nephews and many friends as well as his faithful companion, Buddy.
A visitation will be held from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm on Monday, September 13, 2021 at Altmeyer Funeral Home, 5033 Rouse Dr, Virginia Beach. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, September 14, 2021 at St Gregory the Great Catholic Church, 5345 Virginia Beach Blvd, Virginia Beach.
Interment will take place at a later date at Albert G Horton Jr Memorial Veterans Cemetery.
ESCONDIDO, CA — Cmdr. James E. Perry, USN, Ret., passed away on March 11, 2021, in Escondido, California. He was born December 5, 1942, in McBride, Missouri, and is predeceased by his parents, Murrel and Leola Perry, and his brother, Wayne. Jim lettered in football, basketball, and track and field at Herculaneum High School, graduated in 1960, and joined the United States Navy as an Electronics Technician.
He married his first wife, Frances Vickers (Vicki), the mother of his children, in 1963. During his 28-year naval career, Jim was a commissioned Ensign in 1970, earning a four-year Navy scholarship and receiving a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of New Mexico. After spending two years stationed with his family at NS Yokosuka, Japan, he earned a Master of Science in Computer Systems/Management in 1976 from the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California.
Jim also served on the aircraft carrier USS Midway and flew over 150 combat missions while in the Gulf of Tonkin. As Mission Commander in the E-2 Hawkeye aircraft, he was responsible for the command and control of naval strike groups in concert with the first major B-52 strikes in Hanoi, Vietnam in 1972.
Jim retired from the Navy and married Kathryn Smithhisler on Coronado Island, California in 1989. He earned his second master’s degree in Logistics Engineering and began a successful defense contracting career specializing in communications programs and aircraft systems. One project of which he was most proud was working with the Hunter Unmanned Air Vehicle program while with Northrup Grumman in Sierra Vista, Arizona.
He retired in 2012 and moved to Fort Mill, South Carolina where he enjoyed his Harley, RV trips, his three beloved dogs and cat, and time with his grandchildren. A dedicated veteran, he joined the American Legion Riders and the Patriot Guard Riders honoring fallen warriors and veterans with funeral escorts.
Jim was a life member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Disabled American Veterans, the Military Officers Association of America, and the Tailhook Association, supporting the Navy’s carrier aircraft operations.
He credits Knights of Columbus of Sierra Vista, Arizona with a refreshed Catholic faith later in his life. Jim loved a great pinot noir, fresh strawberries, and Starbucks coffee.
He is survived by his wife, Kathy, of Sierra Vista, Arizona, his daughter Michele (Missy) Hardison and her husband Scott, of Escondido, California, his granddaughter Melana and her husband, Kris, and great-grandson Kade, of Murietta, California, his granddaughter Lyndsay, her husband Neal, and great-grandson Connor, of Temecula, California, his son Mike Perry, his wife Joy, and grandson Zachary, and granddaughter Kayla, of El Cajon, California, his daughter Dacia Perry-Pelletier and her husband, Adam, and granddaughters Chloe, Fallon, and Phoebe, of Rancho Peñasquitos, California, his stepdaughter Kristin Cronn and her husband, Brian, of Beavercreek, Oregon, and his stepdaughter Heidi Lumpkin, her husband Bob, and son Bobby, of Augusta, Georgia, and his siblings, Tom Perry, LouAnn Wacker, and Kathy Melichar.
Jim will be laid to rest on April 19, 2021, at MCAS Miramar in San Diego, California. Remembrances may be sent to SpecialOlympicsArizona.org.
CW4 James “Jim” Edward Church, U.S. Navy, Retired, age 78, a resident of Lacombe, La., went home to be with the Lord on Friday, March 5, 2021. Jim was married to Paulette Grinage Church for 57 years wonderful years. They were married in Slidell, LA in 1963 at Calvary Baptist Church. Jim was born in Childersburg, Alabama but spent much of his early life in Louisville, Kentucky where he was a graduate of Dupont Manual High School. After graduation, he moved to Slidell where he worked for Crescent Steel until enlisting in the Navy. During his naval career of 25 years, Jim went from entering as an Airmen to achieve the rank of Chief Warrant Officer 4. Jim was in the field of Avionics and was assigned to work in and on the VAW squadron’s E2 aircraft. He served with numerous VAW Squadron’s as their Maintenance Officer. His contributions and work ethic earning him respect from those who worked for and with him. Jim retired from the Navy in 1986 and began working in the defense contractor community in Southern Maryland. He continued to use the experience and knowledge gained from his years in the Navy. He is preceded in death by his father Michael N. Church, Sr. and mother Ada Frost Church, brother Michael N. Church, Jr. and sister Rosemary Delahousaye.
He is survived by his wife Paulette J. Church of Lacombe, Louisiana and Sons James C. (Laurie) Church of Loranger, Louisiana, Timothy A. (Valerie) Church of Fort Worth, Texas, and 4 Grandchildren, Megan, Taylor, Courtney, Caleb, 3 Great Grandchildren, Aiden, James, Hannah, and nieces and nephews. Jim was a loving husband, as well as a great dad who always told his sons they were loved followed by a hug. Jim leaves behind many friends who will remember his generous spirit, warm smile and great sense of humor. The family would like to extend a special thanks to St. Tammany Hospice for the compassionate, tender and respectful care they gave our Jim.
Capt. John “Jack” Larison, Jr USN (Ret.), was called to Heaven on Sunday, Jan. 10, 2021, while in his home in Coronado surrounded by his wife Joan of 63 years, and their two daughters Jill and Jadon.
Jack was born on May 7,1933 in Oakhurst, New Jersey. His family moved to Miami, Florida when Jack was a teen. In High School, Jack was a member of the theater club where he most likely developed his passion for humor and ability to command a room. Jack was awarded a scholarship to the University of Miami and spent the next four years developing life long friendships.
Jack “jiggdogg” was commissioned an Ensign and designated a Naval Aviator after completing the NAVCAD program, receiving his Wings of Gold in March 1956. While stationed in Long Beach, California, Jack met the love of his life, Joan Cadwell. After a short courtship, Jack invited Jo to visit him in Oahu, Hawaii, during one of his many deployments. Deciding that there was no better place on earth to wed, Jack and Jo eloped on March 12, 1957. From 1958 to 1967 Jack completed General Line School and served in many Officer positions.
After completing E2A transition training at NAS North Island, Jack helped bring the HAWKEYE east to VAW-12 at NAS Norfolk. He became a plank owner (an original squadron member) of VAW-123 when the squadron was commissioned in April 1967 as a member of Detachment 59. Jack went on to lead four commands: VAW-123 Screwtops from ‘70-‘72 (an E-2 Hawkeye operational squadron), RVAW-120 Greyhawks from ‘74-‘75 (a fleet Pilot and Naval Flight Officer training squadron composed of E-2 & C-2 aircraft), Commodore Carrier AEW Wing from ‘80-‘82 (Commander Carrier Airborne Early Warning Wing Twelve consisting of multiple east coast E-2 squadrons & the east coast C-2 squadron) and finally CO Naval Air Station, Norfolk. Jack’s leadership and mentorship shaped a generation of Naval Officers, where the E-2/C-2 communities were particularly fortunate to have been led by such a wonderful man.
Returning to Coronado after retirement, Jack continued to bring out the best of society by reading to preschoolers, delivering Meals on Wheels, remaining an active lifetime member and Past President of the Coronado Optimist Club and a member of St Paul’s United Methodist Church.
Jack is survived by his wife Joan, and daughters, Jill Larison of Clear Lake Shores, Texas, and Jadon (Mitch) Calayo of Virginia Beach, Virginia. Jack “Poppy” had a great love for all of his grandchildren: James, Justin, Matthew and Michael and great grandchildren: Caleb and Arianna. He was predeceased by his son Jeffery Dean Larison, his father John Larison and step-mother Margarite Larison, his mother, Ruth Wooley and step-father Parker Wooley, his biological mother Leta Anderson and sister Geraldine Anderson.
Jack will be missed by everyone who had the pleasure of knowing him, as he possessed an innate ability to elevate any community or organization he dedicated his time towards. From his Naval brothers and sisters: Fair Winds and Following Seas. From his family and friends: we love and miss you, and will always carry you in our hearts.
January 15, 1927 - January 13, 2021 On Wednesday, January 13, 2021, Cdr. James Albert Moore, passed away in Reno, NV, at the age of 93. Jim was born on January 15, 1927, in Oakland, CA, to Albert Monroe and Mary Louise (Corica) Moore. He graduated from Point Loma H. S. in San Diego in 1944 and entered the Navy as an Apprentice Seaman that same year. In 1947, while stationed in San Diego, he met his future wife, Margaret Ann Drinkwater, of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Jim's unique breadth of US Navy service is worthy of a movie! His first tour of duty was aboard USS LST-1150, serving as a radar operator in the Pacific. Following World War II, he served in USS FRANK KNOX (DD742) where he sailed the Yangtze River on China Patrol. After two years was transferred to USS MANSFIELD (DD728) where his ship was subsequently struck by enemy mines during the Korean Conflict. Advancing in rate to Radarman First Class he applied for and changed his rating to Air Controlman in 1950, was assigned to GC A Unit 25, and advanced to Chief Petty Officer in 1953. Promoted to Warrant Officer, he was next assigned as Flight Deck Boatswain aboard USS LAKE CHAMPLAIN (CVA-39). Jim was promoted to the rank of Ensign in 1956 and assigned to Airborne Early Warning Squadron THREE. He was designated a Naval Flight Officer in November 1957. In January 1960 he received orders to Naval Air Station, Fallon Nevada as the Aviation Fuels Officer. Receiving orders to Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron TWELVE in January 1963, he deployed aboard USS FORRESTAL (CVA-59) and again aboard USS ENTERPRISE (CVN-65), where he participated in OPERATION SEA ORBIT in which Nuclear Task Force ONE comprised of USS ENTERPRISE, USS BAINBRIDGE and USS LONG BEACH sailed around the world to demonstrate U.S. Naval Nuclear capabilities. Commander MOORE received orders in March 1966 as Officer-in-Charge of Ground Control Approach Unit FIFTY-FIVE. In August 1968 he was assigned as CIC Officer and later Flag Secretary and Aide to Commander Carrier Division FOUR, where he deployed in USS INDEPENDENCE (CVA-62), USSA SARATOGA (CVA-60), and USS FORRESTAL (CVA-59). September of 1970 found Commander MOORE back at Naval Air Station Fallon, Nevada for a second tour, this time as Operations Officer and Executive Officer until receiving orders in August 1972 to Training Squadron Eighty-Six and Carrier Airborne Early Warning Training Squadron ONE HUNDRED TEN for E-2B "Hawkeye" training. On 14 April 1973 he reported as Executive Officer, Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron ONE HUNDRED SIXTEEN, embarked in USS CONSTELLATION (CVA-64). He took command of the "World Famous SUN KINGS" on 18 April 1974, and deployed to the Western Pacific, Indian Ocean and Persian Gulf as part of Attack Carrier Air Wing NINE embarked in USS CONSTELLATION (CVA-64) from June until December 1974. He completed his Commanding Officer tour of VAW-116 in May of 1975. In 1976 Commander MOORE returned to Naval Air Station Fallon, Nevada for his twilight Navy tour as base Executive Officer. Throughout the course of Jim's 34-year naval career, he advanced through every rate and rank, from Apprentice Seaman to Commander, including Warrant grades W1-W4. He was designated a Naval Flight Officer in 1957. Included in his many awards are service medals from WWII, Korea, and Vietnam
After retiring from the Navy, Jim went on to become the General Manager of the Nugget and Bonanza Casinos in Fallon. From there, he went into the real estate business before finally retiring for good in the early 1990s.
Donald Charles Dailey 12/08/1943 to 01/16/2021 Commander USN, retired
“What I know of the divine science and holy scripture, I learnt in the woods and fields.” ― St. Bernard of Clairvaux
Don was a wonderful Husband, Father, Grandfather, Brother, Aviator, Son, and Friend. He will be missed by so many for his quick wit, excellent character, and intelligence. Don was a blessing to all lucky enough to know and love him and adored by his wife, Julie, and his children. He was born in Lafayette, LA as the youngest son of Harold and Thelma (Muddie) Romero Dailey. His three passions in life were his family, the Navy, and his cabin in the woods of Virginia. Don met his wife Julie at college and they married in 1968. Their marriage involved many adven- tures, many moves, several Navy deployments away from the family, and lots of fun and laughter. Don and Julie welcomed three wonderful children into their family, who learned of other countries and cultures from living abroad, and are all now successful in their chosen fields. Shawn and his wife, Kiersta, live in Virginia Beach with three grandchildren: Rhys, Liam, and Erin. Patrick and his wife, Sue, live in San Diego, CA with their daughter So- phie. Katie lives in Bend Oregon and has her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. All three children have made their par- ents very proud of their accomplishments, their families, their character, and their love for each other and their parents which is in no small part because of the example their father gave them in the way he lived his life, and his willingness to let them choose their own paths with his support always there for them. He is greatly missed by all.
Don is also survived by his sister and her husband, Joan and Vernal Comeaux. He was predeceased by his brother Tom Dailey and two nieces: Millicent Moreau and Vicky Dailey. He has four nephews, Dirk and Dwayne Dailey and their wives Tina and Felicia and, Zach and Ben Comeaux and their wives Shann and Donna. He also has many cous- ins, nieces, and nephews whom he loved dearly.
His Navy career included flying in E-1B and E-2C aircraft as a NFO for the USN. He was on exchange duty with the Royal Navy in Lossiemouth, Scotland where he flew in Gannets and deployed with them on the Ark Royal. Don was the Liaison Officer between the USN and USAF at Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma and responsible for coordi- nating interaction between E-2C and AWACS for flight operations. He also served as part of the US NATO contin- gent in London, England involving aviators from several NATO nations. His final tour was as Executive Officer of the RAG in Norfolk, Virginia.
Interment will be at Calvary Cemetery in Lafayette, LA on October 23, 2021 at 12:00 noon.
Don had requested that any monetary donations after his death to be made in his name to the Salva- tion Army. No flowers please as there will be no funeral prior to interment.
On November 5, 2020, Captain Kenneth C. Petroske of Norfolk, Virginia took his final flight into the "Wild Blue Yonder". He was a highly decorated Naval officer and a great American Patriot. A native of Meriden, Ct., he was born in 1936 to Constantine and Mary Petroske.
He was a dedicated husband of 58 years to the former Sarah Jane Ward of North Haven CT. and a devoted father to Wm. Jason Petroske of San Diego, CA. He also leaves behind his sister, Barbara Jean Petroske of NYC; his daughter-in-law Bianca Petroske and granddaughters, Julianna and Alessandra Petroske of San Diego.
Captain Petroske graduated from Parks College of Aeronautical Engineering of St. Louis University. He was commissioned in 1958 and received his wings in 1960. Assigned to Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron TWELVE at NAS Quonset Pt., Rhode Island, he flew the E-1B Tracer deploying aboard the USS FORRESTAL, USS ESSEX, and USS CONSTELLATION to the Mediterranean, North Atlantic and Caribbean. In 1964 CDR Petroske returned to the Training Command as a flight instructor at NAS Pensacola, Florida. Following this tour, he attended Carrier Air Traffic Control Center School in Glynco, Georgia and then reported to USS INDEPENDENCE as Assistant Air Operations Officer in 1967. CDR Petroske reported to RVAW-120 and then to VAW-124 where he was Maintenance and Operations Officer. He deployed to WESTPAC and the Mediterranean aboard the USS America. Upon detachment from VAW-124 he attended Aviation Safety School in Monterey, CA and in 1972 reported to the staff of Commander Airborne Early Warning Wing TWELVE as staff Safety Officer and the Operations/Training Readiness Officer. He next served as the Commanding Officer of VAW-122 deploying to WESTPAC and Vietnam, flying the E-2C Hawkeye.
Ken began his flying career at age 15 on a canvas covered Piper; and in 1978 he left flying for his final military tour as Captain of the NATO SACCLANT North Atlantic VAW Fleet until retirement in 1984. He loved the many challenges of his Navy career and flying. He had remarkable courage, energy, generosity, and kindness.
Captain Petroske's decorations include two strike/flight Air Medals, the Navy Commendation Medal, the Navy Achievement Medal, the Meritorious Unit Commendation Award, the Navy Expeditionary Medal, the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, the Vietnam Service and Campaign Medals, and a Citation for Extraordinary aeriel performance in Cuba.
In retirement, Ken, an avid sailor and member of the Broad Bay Sailing Association, raced his 36 ft. Sloop, Sans Souci, to many victories in the Chesapeake Bay and off-shore. He frequently crewed for boat Captain Jon Scott delivering sailboats. Together they sailed a 68 ft. Schooner from Portugal to Florida in an exciting and perilous adventure. Ken could often be found sitting on his front porch spinning yarns of his Military days and sailing.
Capt. Jason Chuderewicz is a native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1997 with a bachelor's degree in history. He earned his wings of gold in May 1999. After completing his initial E-2 Hawkeye training, he reported to the "Seahawks" of Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron (VAW) 126, where he served as assistant aircraft division officer, aircraft division officer, and assistant operations officer. During this tour, he deployed onboard USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) in support of Operation Southern Watch.
After his initial tour, Chuderewicz joined the "Greyhawks" of VAW-120, as an E-2C Hawkeye weapons and tactics instructor. He was a subject matter expert in numerous systems, as well as the tactics phase head during his tour. His last billet was as the E-2C Hawkeye Group II Naval Flight Officer (NFO) training officer responsible for all Group II Student NFOs and their training syllabus.
Chuderewicz reported to the "Bear Aces" of VAW-124 in April 2005. The squadron deployed aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and he served as the training officer and administration officer.
In July 2006, Chuderewicz attended the United States Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island, where he earned his master's degree in national security and strategic studies. He also completed his Joint Professional Military Education (JPME) Phase One and was designated a joint qualified planning officer after completing the Naval Operational Planner Course.
Chuderewicz reported to the "Black Eagles" of VAW-113 for his department head tour and served as the safety officer, training officer, and operations officer from January 2008 until November 2010. The squadron deployed twice onboard USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) in support of Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom and won the coveted Battle 'E' Award three times.
In December 2010, Chuderewicz reported to NORAD-United States Northern Command in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He served in the J552 Special Plans branch as an action officer working on contingency and operational plans with both American and Canadian forces. He also served as the J551 Homeland Defense Plans Branch Chief responsible for national and bi-national plans for the defense of North America and its territories. He also attended the Joint and Combined Warfighting School at the Joint Forces Staff College in Norfolk completing his JPME Phase II qualification.
In April 2014, Chuderewicz reported to the "Screwtops" of VAW-123. He served as executive officer until August 2015 and then became the 41st commanding officer of the squadron. He led them through a challenging work up schedule and deployment participating in Operation Odyssey Dawn and Operation Inherent Resolve with Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 3 onboard the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CV 69), winning the coveted Battle 'E' Award.
In January 2017, Chuderewicz reported to Commander Carrier Strike Group Four (CSG) 4 as the N71 air defense lead responsible for air warfare evaluations and qualifications for carrier strike groups, amphibious ready groups and independent deployers preparing for deployment.
Chuderewicz has over 600 traps and over 3,100 flight hours in E-2C Hawkeye Group 0, Group II, and Hawkeye 2000 aircraft. His personal decorations include the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Air Medal (with five Strike/Flight awards), the Navy Commendation Medal (with three gold stars), the Navy Achievement Medal, as well as other individual, unit and campaign awards.