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The Department of Defense held the 37th Annual Department of Defense Disability Awards Ceremony Oct. 5 at the Pentagon. Among the 21 service members and civilians with disabilities nominated, Fort Riley was represented by Jeff Greer, equal employment opportunity specialist. The ceremony began with opening remarks by F. Michael Sena, deputy director of Office of Diversity Management and Equal Opportunity. He said, “to the service members and civilians being honored today, thank you for your service and to lending your talents to the DOD.” After opening remarks, the 2017 Secretary of Defense awards to outstanding service members and civilians with disabilities were announced. Greer was announced as the Department of the Army outstanding civilian with disability. Greer was recognized for the revitalization of Fort Riley’s special emphasis program committee and his contribution to the Employee Satisfaction Performance Resiliency Information team. Fort Riley garrison Command Sgt. Maj. James Collins joined Greer as he received the award. To watch ceremony’s video visit www.defense.gov/Videos/videoid/556281/.


The Department of Defense held the 37th Annual Department of Defense Disability Awards Ceremony Oct. 5 at the Pentagon. Among the 21 service members and civilians with disabilities nominated, Fort Riley was represented by Jeff Greer, equal employment opportunity specialist. The ceremony began with opening remarks by F. Michael Sena, deputy director of Office of Diversity Management and Equal Opportunity. He said, “to the service members and civilians being honored today, thank you for your service and to lending your talents to the DOD.” After opening remarks, the 2017 Secretary of Defense awards to outstanding service members and civilians with disabilities were announced. Greer was announced as the Department of the Army outstanding civilian with disability. Greer was recognized for the revitalization of Fort Riley’s special emphasis program committee and his contribution to the Employee Satisfaction Performance Resiliency Information team. Fort Riley garrison Command Sgt. Maj. James Collins joined Greer as he received the award. To watch ceremony’s video visit www.defense.gov/Videos/videoid/556281/.