An award presentation ceremony happened on the CLDJ NEX, Jan. 11, to acknowledge the large achievement on the a part of all of the NEX associates and managers in addition to the bottom neighborhood; that is the best achievement a retailer can obtain as the perfect at school. There have been a complete of 9 gross sales class award winners introduced all through the Navy Alternate Command (NEXCOM) enterprise. Eight different NEX shops worldwide gained within the remaining gross sales classes, and 9 runner-ups had been additionally acknowledged.
NEX Director and Chief Government Officer, Protection Commissary Company, retired Rear Adm. Robert Bianchi, offered the award to Capt. Brian Iber, commanding officer of Camp Lemonnier, and Yvonne Parker, CLDJ NEX department change supervisor, with the 2021 Bingham Award in the course of the ceremony.
The award acknowledges excellent efficiency in operations, excellence in customer support and neighborhood assist. Established in 1979, the Bingham Award is known as after the late Capt. W.H. Bingham, who was a U.S. Navy Reserve Provide Corps officer and chief govt officer of the R.H. Macy’s firm. He was appointed by the Secretary of the Navy in 1946 to guide an advisory board for institution of what’s now the NEXCOM. “Every year, we acknowledge our ‘better of the perfect’ NEX places with the Bingham Award,” stated Bianchi.
In the course of the ceremony plaques are offered to each, the NEX and the native Navy command to acknowledge their partnership and dedication in supporting the standard of lifetime of our navy members. “The Navy Alternate does nice work world-wide, however particularly right here in Djibouti,” stated Iber. “The Bingham Award was created to acknowledge excellence in customer support, operations, and administration, and it’s no shock that our crew right here on Camp Lemonnier has gained this award.”
Camp Lemonnier has a long-standing dedication to partaking Djibouti in commerce. The U.S. Authorities, via the Embassy and CLDJ, is the second largest employer of Djiboutian nationals in Djibouti. Over 1,300 Djiboutian workers work at CLDJ.
Camp Lemonnier is a ahead working website supporting joint operations managed by the U.S. Navy and is the one enduring U.S. navy base on the African continent. Djibouti has been a companion of the U.S. navy since 2002 when the set up on the south aspect of the Djibouti-Ambouli Worldwide Airport was formally stood up because the headquarters for Mixed Joint Job Power, Horn of Africa (CJTF-HOA). Camp Lemonnier is now operated by Commander, Navy Area Europe, Africa, Central (EURAFCENT). Contracts awarded to enhance Camp Lemonnier present for enduring, but trendy services to assist improved high quality of life, mission readiness, and security of every day operations.