2016 Copernicus Award (Accomplishments in 2015)

The 2016 Copernicus Award winners accepting at West 2016 are (back row, l-r) Lt. Jeremy E. Blanchette, USN, USS Preble (DDG-88); Chief Electrician’s Mate Clinton Anderson, USNR (Enlisted Prize Essay Winner); Cryptologic Technician 1st Class Paul J. Langreck, USN, Special Reconnaissance Team 2; Information Systems Technician 1st Class Valentine Yurievich Votinov, USCG, U.S. Coast Guard Cyber Command; Mary Ann (Annie) Brereton, Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division; Lt. Cmdr. Richard S. Slocum, USCG, U.S. Coast Guard Communications Command; Cmdr. Joseph G. Feltovic, USN, U.S. Pacific Fleet; Joseph M. Andrew, Naval Special Warfare Command; Tuan H. Nguyen, Space and Naval War Systems Center Pacific; Chief Information Systems Technician Robert A. Parthun, USN, Joint Communications Unit; Phillip. Williams, U.S. Coast Guard Telecommunication and Information Systems Command; Lance Corp. Kevin M. Murphy, USMC, Marine Wing Communications Group 28; (front row, l-r) Andrew B. Schrader Jr., Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station Far East; Cmdr. George Dewey Davis III, USN, Combined Joint Task Force–Horn of Africa; Capt. Andrew T. Rapisardo, USMC, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Cyberspace Command; Information Systems Technician 2nd Class Andrew P. Guthrie, USCG, U.S. Coast Guard C4IT Service Center; and Information Systems Technician Blake L. Wilson, USN, Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Station, Pacific.

The 2016 Copernicus Award winners accepting at the Defensive Cyber Operations Symposium are (l-r) Martin J. Pfeifle, Headquarters U.S. Marine Corps; Lt. Kirsten M. Ambors-Casey, USCG, Coast Guard Base New Orleans; Maj. Nathan D. Faught, USMC, Marine Air-Ground Task Force; and Beth Heiner, Headquarters U.S. Marine Corps.

 

Award Winners 

2016 Copernicus Winners (Accomplishments in 2015)

Lieutenant Kirsten M. Ambors-Casey, USCG
U.S. Coast Guard Base New Orleans

Mr. Joseph M. Andrew
Naval Special Warfare Command

Lieutenant Commander Daniel W. Berger, USN
U.S. Naval Forces Central Command

Lieutenant Jeremy E. Blanchette, USN
USS Preble (DDG-88)

Ms. Mary Ann (Annie) Brereton
Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division

Lieutenant Commander Terrell A. Burnett, USN
U.S. Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station Bahrain

Captain Richard S. Clay, USMC
U.S. Marine Corps Forces Europe and Africa

Lieutenant (junior grade) John J. Dannemiller, Jr., USN
Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron 125

Commander (Captain Select) George Dewey Davis III, USN
Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa

Major Nathan D. Faught, USMC
Marine Air Ground Task Force

Commander Joseph G. Feltovic, USN
U.S. Pacific Fleet

Chief Information Systems Technician Tammy S. Fields, USN
USS Chafee (DDG-90)

Information Systems Technician Second Class Andrew P. Guthrie, USCG
U.S. Coast Guard C4IT Service Center

Ms. Anne (Beth) Heine
Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps

Cryptologic Technician (Collection) First Class Paul J. Langreck, USN
Special Reconnaissance Team 2

Lance Corporal Kevin M. Murphy, USMC
Marine Wing Communications Group 28

Mr. Tuan H. Nguyen
SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific

Chief Information Systems Technician Robert A. Parthun, USN
Joint Communications Unit

Mr. Martin J. Pfeifle
Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps

Captain Andrew T. Rapisardo, USMC
U.S. Marine Corps Forces Cyberspace Command

Mr. Andrew B. Schrader, Jr.
Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station Far East

Lieutenant Commander Richard S. Slocum, USCG
U.S. Coast Guard Communications Command

Information Systems Technician First Class Valentine Yurievich Votinov, USCG
U.S. Coast Guard Cyber Command

Mr. Phillip M. Williams
U.S. Coast Guard Telecommunication and Information Systems Command

Information Systems Technician First Class Blake L. Wilson, USN
Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Station, Pacific

 

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