Operation Iraqi Freedom – Iraq, 2003-2011

Letters of Appreciation


  1st Battalion, 10 th Marine Regiment, 2 nd Marine Division


    3rd Battalion,  1st Marine Regiment,  1st Marine Division  


   Detachment 3, 854th Engineer Battalion, USAR

  Iraqi Assistance Group, Phoenix Academy

    105th Engineer Battalion (Combat), NCARNG



Operation Iraqi Freedom – Iraq, 2003-2011


Certificates of Appreciation


  1149th Military Police Detachment, 136th Military Policy Battalion, TXARNG                                                                      



    557th (Red Horse) Civil Engineering Squadron




    1st Battalion, 107 th Armor Regiment (Cavalry), OHARNG



  1st Brigade Combat Team, 10 th Mountain Division



Operation Enduring Freedom – Afghanistan, 2001-2014


Certificates of Appreciation


  C Company, 1st Battalion, 182 nd Infantry Regiment, MAARNG



  C Company, 1st Battalion, 17 th Field Artillery Regiment


    557th (Red Horse) Civil Engineering Squadron



 2nd Battalion, 19 th Special Forces Group (Airborne), WVARNG


3rd Battalion, 9 th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division



Operation New Dawn – Iraq, 2010-2011

Certificates of Appreciation


  A Company, 345th Military Intelligence Battalion



Operation New Dawn – Iraq, 2010-2011


Special Recognition (Flag flown over Headquarters in Iraq)


US Air Force Central Command (USAFCENT)



Service Plaques



Since 1994, the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) has offered compassionate care to all those grieving the death of a loved one serving in our Armed Forces and has provided this support to over 50,000 surviving familiy members, Casualty Officers and caregivers.
As a result of MILITEC's support of troops in the field,TAPS presented the company with a mounted hand-embroidered version of their organizational logo. 




The NRA's Women on Target program sponsors a variety of instructional shooting clinics, women-only hunts, and their Refuse to Be A Victim personal safety program, among other activities.  The organization presented MILITEC with a plaque for our support of their annual event held in Pueblo, CO.  




The NRA's Bianchi Cup National Action Pistol Championship was held in Sydney, Australia. MILITEC served as an event Patron for the championship, which was won by Bruce Piatt.




For the second straight year, MILITEC served as a Gold Sponsor for the Virginia Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run. This year's annual event was run simultaneously at eight different venues throughout Virginia, as over 3,000 law enforcement officers carried the Special Olympics Flame of Hope on more than 2,000 miles of Virginia roads.




MILITEC was recognized as  a Gold Sponsor for the Virginia Special Olympics annual Law Enforcement Torch Run.  This annual run is the Special Olympics movement's largest grass-roots fundraiser and public awareness vehicle. Sta rted in 1981, the annual event involves more than 85,000 law enforcement members in all 50 US States, 12 Canadian  p rovinces, and 44 countries worldwide.




For his company's donations to the war effort, Russell Logan, right, Vice President of Waldorf-based MILITEC, received a hand-delivered award from Tom McKeon, President of the Army's 720th Military Police Battalion's reunion association. (Reported in the July 30, 2004 edition of the Maryland Independent, Charles County)





Defense Logistics Agency Gold Medal Award




Militec, Inc. was honored by the Defense Supply Center Richmond as one of the government's best suppliers at an Automated Best Value System award ceremony held during the center's annual business conference in June 2004.

Militec, Inc. accepted the gold medal form Michael J. Lyden, Rear Admiral, SC, USN, Commander, Defense Supply Center Richmond and Mary L. Saunders, Major General, USAF, Vice Director, Defense Logistics Agency.

The firm supplies MILITEC-1 Synthetic Weapons Lubricant to the Department of Defense and other government agencies.Firms that qualify as Automated Best Value System medalists have met stringent quality and delivery requirements established by the Defense Logistics Agency. The Automated Best Value System is computerized system which collects a vendor's past performance data and translates it into a numeric score, ranging from zero to a perfect 100.

To be eligible, vendors must have shipped 10 or more contract lines for Defense Supply Center Richmond during a twelve-month rating period. To qualify for a gold medal, the contractor must have had a perfect score of 100. A score of 99.0 through 99.9 earned a silver; and those vendors with scores ranging from 98.0 through 98.9 were awarded bronze medals. (Below, MG Mary Saunders [l], Brad Giordani [c], Rear Admiral Michael Lyden [r])